Berg-en-Dal

Malelane Gate, Kruger National Park, South Africa | 2 star lodge
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This 2 star lodge is located on Malelane Gate, Kruger National Park.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBerg-en-Dal Kruger National Park

Reviewed by friendtheworld

I loved the building styles of this rest camp.

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

I loved the building styles of this rest camp. Very clean with good working heaters in the winter.

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Reviewed by oneluckygirl

Nice-would reccomend

Reviewed Jun 30, 2012
by (10 reviews) Oregon , United States Flag of United States

This is probably the nicest rest camp to stay in Kruger Park. I would only recommend staying 1 or 2 nights, not your whole stay (just to get variety). It has an indoor kitchen and hot plates.

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Reviewed by bridgetsblog

berg an dal camp site

Reviewed Oct 16, 2011
by (6 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

berg en dal camp site is well situated in the park and has some good routes for game viewing. The ablutions were clean althhough somewhat run down, but over all a good experience

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Reviewed by purplebuggy

Berg-en-dal Campsite Review

Reviewed Mar 31, 2011
by (4 reviews) Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

A very nice and spread out campsite. Plenty of room to keep to yourself but still near enough to ask you "neighbours" for guidance if needed. The ablusions are very nicely maintained.
The shop doesn't have as much as some of the bigger camps but you should find everything you need (unless you tent breaks... like me. Try medical tape becasue they don't sell strong tape if you need that!) The staff are all friendly and willing to help if they can.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Berg-en-Dal Kruger National Park

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Kruger National Park

Day 5 - Killing Fields.

A travel blog entry by simonannals on Oct 08, 2013

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... particularly as I had my window fully open) at me to reverse back. As I did, mother elephant rushed into the road to it's baby and flapped it's ears at us before they both wandered off in to undergrowth. Thankful that it hadn't charged us, we drove on back to Skukusa. After checking-in, we had a chili chicken pizza, beer and wine then called it a night, shattered. Just leopard to complete the set of the Big 5! Song Of The Day - Carcass by Siouxsie & The ...

Safari in Kruger Park

A travel blog entry by benbackpacker on Jul 08, 2011

32 photos

... drove out at dusk. Once it got dark, spotlights aided us in spotting some nocturnal animals. Before it got dark we saw a huge herd of buffalo, and were very close to them for a while. We watched some male kudu fighting with their big horns, giraffes enjoying some spiky bushes with their long tongues, large groups of impala grazing, elephants crossing the road, and plenty of zebra right near the truck.

Once it was dark we looked for the bright red ...

The Kruger safari experience

A travel blog entry by nando64 on Nov 03, 2009

40 photos

... Albasini, became the first white settler in this area, settling between 2 rivers, where remains of his home can be seen.

Paul Kruger for whom the park is named, was born in the Cape in 1825,and he settled with his family and farmed the area around Rustenberg. After the first Boer war Kruger became ...

Locked in Swaziland

A travel blog entry by woolly on Mar 19, 2007

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Well we almost got locked down overnight in Swaziland, but they couldn't keep us down.  Road construction, detours and nightime driving hazards be damned!  As long as they keep the border open an extra hour for us we can do anything!  We will always have ...