Pafuri Camp – A Wilderness Safaris Camp

Right up in the north of the Kruger, wedged between the Limpopo and Luvuvhu Rivers is Pafuri Camp, a Wilderness Safari’s lodge. Considered to be one of the most diverse for wildlife, the 24,000 hectare area known as the the Makuleke Concession is the ancestral home of the Makuleke people, as well as being home to some of the Kruger’s largest herds of elephant, big cats including leopard and prolific bird life.

This northen wetland area, also known as the Pafuri triangle should not be missed when visiting. A great contrast to the lower dryer areas of the southern Kruger, Pafuri camp is rich with game – over 100 mammal species and about 400 bird species populate the area.

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Pafuri Camp offers tented rooms with en-suite bathroom facilities and a private deck. Six tents have more bedding – for families or up to 4 people. Each tent has views of the Luvuvhu River where you can watch elephant, nyala, waterbuck and other large game coming for a drink

Morning and evening game drives are done in open top 4WD’s, while other great game viewing options include walks and set up hides, perfect for long waits to catch rare images.

The area Pafuri lies in is rich in palaeo-anthropological history, and areas around the camp have shown evidence of early human ancestor dating back 2 million years. Throughout the concession there is evidence of its historic human inhabitants: in the form of rock paintings and artefacts

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Pafuri Camp is featured on page 10 of our Africa brochure | 3 day / 2 night packages start from $650 per person in low season – and include all meals and 2 game drives daily

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