LATEST CAMP NEWS
25 NOV 2012
We have had a series of extremely hot days this month and we are desperately waiting for rain – the area is still very dry… READ MORE
The Limpopo based Makuleke Community were dispossessed of their land in 1969, which they then claimed back in the country’s change to democracy, becoming the first community to do so successfully within a formally protected park or reserve. The community then made the important decision not to resettle their land in the park, but rather let their ancestral land retain its conservation and protection status as part of the KNP, so that they could earn benefits from leasing their land out to safari operators dedicated to maintaining the land’s integrity.
Nestled in a riverine forest overlooking the Luvuvhu River, the 20 tented Pafuri Camp (including six family rooms) is aimed at both the international and traditional South African traveler. Each luxury tent comes complete with its own balcony, en-suite bathroom facilities and outdoor shower overlooking the river. Guests have the option of booking any one of the available activities during their stay, including game drives in open 4×4 vehicles, night drives throughout the concession, birding walks, walking safaris, sleep outs, paleo-anthropological activities, and mountain biking with an armed guide.
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Photos courtesy of Wilderness Safaris, Callum Sergeant, Caroline Culbert, Dana allen, Mike Myers and Simon Stobbs