Letaba Camp

Address: Kruger National Park, South Africa | Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLetaba Camp Kruger National Park

Reviewed by friendtheworld

I love all of the camps

Reviewed Apr 16, 2013
by (29 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

I would really recommend moving around from camp to camp. They're all great for their own unique reasons.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Letaba Camp Kruger National Park

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park


A travel blog entry by sajourneys14 on Oct 16, 2014

1 comment

... out in all directions on the small lakes, called dams here, that we stopped at. The sky was various shades of grey and at one point the yellow scrubby grasses and rocks alongside us picked up a greenish hue from the light in the sky. The gusts of wind grew stronger and there was an electric feeling in the air. Brie, who drove Sat afternoon, stopped the car so we could throw our rain gear on. When we saw the first jagged strike of lightening on the road in front of ...

Reptile Park

A travel blog entry by sajourneys14 on Sep 25, 2014


... of South Africa's snakes as well as snakes from other parts of the world. They also house several species of lizards, some crocodiles, tortoises, monkeys (not a reptile!) and a couple of large.colorful parrots. The parrots were the scariest animals there. They were the only ones who chased us! One of the best things about the whole experience was that I no longer feel as nervous about the snakes here, many of which are poisonous ...

On Safari in Kruger National Park

A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 19, 2014

2 comments, 98 photos

... left and right as we drove down the dirt trails until we encountered an animal. It was absolutely fascinating. The temperature would drop quickly once the sun went down, so we had to put all of our layers back on. We would make it back to camp around 7:30pm, enjoy a few drinks, and have a wonderful candlelight dinner which usually included some form of entertainment, including African dancers and a local choir.

This was my first safari, and I ...

Hamilton Tented Camps

A travel blog entry by roamed on Feb 19, 2014

2 photos

... and the air conditioning is good. There is mosquito netting rolled up around the bed which they take down at night.
Sean our safari guide is wonderful. Everyone is so nice but they don't understand our New York accents. At lunchtime I require cooked food. I had brought peanut butter and beef jerky if they couldn't make something hot for me but they managed to make me something each day. One day in trying to tell them what I wanted I said chicken would be ...

We're in the Wild Now! Safari in South Africa

A travel blog entry by swaynesworld on Oct 21, 2013

6 comments, 13 photos

... There were many baby and teenage elephants. The big momma of the herd was receptive to our intrusion. At one point we were surrounded on all four sides by elephants. The kids and I were initially a bit terrified but after 10 minutes or so it became surreal. As long as we didn't bother the elephants we could stay as long as we wanted. We really didn't want to leave but we were off to look for lions, hippos and leopards.

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Letaba Camp
Kruger National Park, South Africa