Olifants Rest Camp

Address: 83 km from Phalaborwa Gate, Kruger National Park, South Africa | 2 star campground
 
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This 2 star campground is located on 83 km from Phalaborwa Gate, Kruger National Park.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsOlifants Rest Camp Kruger National Park

      Reviewed by friendtheworld

      Great view

      Reviewed Apr 19, 2013
      by (29 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      We really liked the views of this rest camp & the animal sounds in the night.

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

      Reviewed by hayley.hikes

      Now, I can see forever

      Reviewed Jan 23, 2009
      by (3 reviews) Teasdale , United States Flag of United States

      Great camp! The overlook was breathtaking, we loved it after a long day. The Olifants camp was clean, well kept and the location was amazing.

      Olifants River overlook
      Kruger National Park, South Africa

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Olifants Rest Camp Kruger National Park

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park

      Satara Day 1

      A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Mar 02, 2015

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... a watchful eye and shepherd them out safely. Returning to camp five giraffe were running alongside, including two tiny ones frolicking and looking like they were having such fun. Made us laugh! We had booked a sunset drive with a field guide. The drive goes out at 4.30 and returns three hours later in the dark. This time frame gives you a chance to see the predators that are starting to prepare for the evening's hunt and possibly some nocturnal ...

      Little Notes

      A travel blog entry by sajourneys14 on Nov 06, 2014

      ... watching a baby rhino and his mama bathing by moonlight. We were driving along yet another bumpy dirt road, full moon in a cloudless sky over our left shoulder, when we heard loud splashing sounds. At night we usually use a hand held spotlight to view nocturnal animals, but we don't shine it on diurnal animals as it upsets their normal rhythm. Rhinos are diurnal. At first it was difficult to see them, but when I peered thru my binoculars and shielded my eyes ...

      Week 2 Karongwe

      A travel blog entry by sajourneys14 on Oct 05, 2014

      5 comments

      ... a few baboon squabbles during the night and could see.them in the trees. We also heard the hyenas call during the night but we.saw none. We paired up and took turns keeping watch for an hour long shift during the night. We kept the fire.going, spotlighted the perimeter of the area every 10-15.minutes and also did radio telemetry on the lions and elephants every fifteen minutes to make sure we stayed safe. After the 3/4 moon set there were lots of stars out on the clear night. ...

      4th of July in South Africa

      A travel blog entry by kristendoberer on Jul 04, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... movement after the apartheid. We got to take a group picture with him after the service which was so cool! This evening our team facilitated a youth group in Ocean View about dealing with insecurities. Even though it was raining there were high school youth that showed up and it was really nice getting to know them more and hearing them open up about their lives. It was a great time and we hope that the youth had just as great take always from the ...

      Fun in the sun

      A travel blog entry by kathgunningham on Jul 04, 2013

      ... The girls have captured the hearts of guests and staff alike and as we walk around we or rather the girls are greeted by name and a happy jumbo is chanted. Layla takes a moment to relax on the sun deck chair next to the pool and promptly falls into a deep sleep in the shade oblivious to everything going on around her. Madi although in disagreement swims with her arm bands on and literally spends almost the whole day in the pool. At times when mom and dad are in the pool she requests to ...

      Traveler Photos Olifants Rest Camp Kruger National Park

      Olifants River overlook
      Kruger National Park, South Africa
      Our 'hotel'
      Olifants Rest Camp, South Africa
      Cold beer
      Kruger National Park, South Africa