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Pretoriuskop Rest Camp

Pretoriuskop Rest Camp

Kruger National Park


Pretoriuskop Rest Camp Location Map

One of the oldest camps in the Park, this large camp lies in the south-western corner of Kruger in a high rainfall zone, and is an excellent base for viewing rhino.

Recommended accommodation is in bungalows which sleep between 2 and 6, family cottages which can sleep up to 6, and 2 guest houses which sleep 8 and 9 respectively.

The camp has a small restaurant, swimming pool, shop, fuel station, cafeteria and launderette.

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Our standard rates for a Bungalow BD2
DatesPriceBasisTypeNights
20 March 2024 to 31 October 2024 GBP 141 USD 181 ZAR 3,352 EUR 167 per roomT00006 - Contracted Rate1+ nights

Prices are on a per room basis.

Special offers for longer stays or when booked as part of a longer itinerary may apply - details on request.

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Rates Include

Accommodation only basis. PLEASE NOTE: The daily Conservation Fee is NOT included - this is payable at the Park gate on arrival.


Children Policy

Children of any age are welcome. Rates available on request.



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Pretoriuskop Rest Camp Location.

Directions For Drivers

If you are entering the Park for the first time, the best gate to enter through is the Numbi Gate. If you are driving to the camp from within the Park, please use the 'South African National Parks Visitors Guide to the Kruger National Park' which contains detailed road maps.

From Hazyview: Take the R538 out of the town and follow the signs to the Numbi Gate. Once inside the Park, follow the signs to the camp through the Park. Pretoriuskop camp is 9 km away from the gate. Allow about 20 minutes for the drive to the camp, however if you want to enjoy the game viewing possibilities give yourself more time.

From the Nelspruit/Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport: Follow the airport signs toward the exit. At the T-junction/stop street, turn right onto the R538 and follow the signs to the Numbi Gate.

From Johannesburg/Pretoria: Take the N12 or N4 highway to Witbank/eMalahleni and then follow N4 highway past Middleburg (Toll Plaza), Belfast/eMakhazeni, Machadodorp (Toll Plaza), Waterval Boven and continue towards Nelspruit. On entering Nelspruit, turn left onto the R40 to White River (Witrivier). When you reach White River, follow the signs for the R538 and the Numbi Gate.

From Johannesburg/Pretoria via Scenic Route: Take the N12 or N4 highway to Witbank/eMalahleni and then follow N4 highway to the Belfast turn-off. Take the off-ramp and head into Belfast/eMakhazeni, following signs to Dullstroom. Go through Dullstroom and carry on to the T-junction, and turn left to Lydenburg/Mashishing. In Lydenburg/Mashishing, follow the signs to Sabie over the Long Tom Pass (the highest tar road in South Africa). In Sabie, take the R536 to Hazyview. Just before Hazyview you will reach a T-junction. Turn right onto the R40 towards Hazyview, drive through the town. Take the R538 and follow the signs to the Numbi Gate.

Once inside the Park, do not get out of your car until you reach the camp. You may see some wildlife on your way - if you do, slow down and maintain a good distance. Do not drive off-road in any circumstances.

PLEASE NOTE: The Kruger National Park prohibits the use of roads within the Park before the gates are open and once the gates are closed, therefore guests need to plan their arrival and departure times carefully. You cannot arrange to leave the Park before the gates are open, and you must ensure that you arrive at the entrance gate with sufficient time to drive through the Park to reach your destination by the time the gate closes, otherwise you may not be permitted to enter.

January/February: Open 05:30, Close 18:30 March: Open 05:30, Close 18:00 April: Open 06:00; Close 18:00 May/June/July: Open 06:00, Close 17:30 August/September: Open 06:00, Close 18:00 October: Open 05:30, Close 18:00 November/December: Open 05:30, Close 18:30

Please note that the maximum speed limit in the Park is 50 km/h for tar roads and 40 km/h for gravel roads.



General Information For Guests

The Bungalow units (BG2/4/6 and BD2) are equipped with bathrooms (most with showers, but some with baths) and air conditioning. Some have both hotplates and sinks. You have a choice of kitchenette or communal kitchen, as well as with or without perimeter view. A limited number of fully equipped utensil boxes (cutlery, crockery, glasses and frying pan) are available for hire.

The Family Cottages (FF6) have well equipped kitchens, air conditioning and living rooms. One bedroom has a bathroom en-suite (bath, toilet and washbasin) and there is a separate toilet, shower and washbasin for communal use. The kitchen has a gas stove (with oven), fridge/freezer combination, sink, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.

The Guest Houses (GH9B/16) are well-equipped kitchens (with microwave ovens) and multiple bedrooms and bathrooms (some with showers and baths, others with baths only). Bedrooms are housed in separate units from the main living area. TVs with limited DSTV channels are provided.

All units are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Bedding is supplied.

Facilities at the camp include a public telephone, post box, restaurant, cafeteria, shop, laundromat, filling station, communal kitchens and bathrooms, a swimming pool, mobile phone reception, and basic on-site first-aid assistance. Cutlery and plate hampers are available at reception. There are no ATM facilities.

Guided morning walks, sunrise and sunset game drives can be arranged from the camp at an additional cost - rates on request.


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