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We spent three nights in this nice camp, very well camouflaged in the surrounding landscape made of sandstone hills and baobabs. Our bungalow was quite big, with a separate space for living room+kitchen and another for bedroom+toilet (but shower is outdoor).
The only two things...More
The standard of accommodation was high, the park itself felt very calm and you can stay out on your own safaris a little later than in Kruger. Fire wood and fizzy drinks ware available in the shop and but you will need to bring everything...More
Set in a moon like surroundings of pinnacles of rocks and cliffs, this camp is open to animals. The chalets are comfortable and perfectly equipped with a large bedroom hosting two single beds, a bathroom and outside shower.
The more expensive chalets have DSTV (satellite...More
We stayed two nights in this camp before moving to the adjacent forest. The chalets were beautifully appointed and the surrounding hills were absolutely delightful. We watched klipspringers from our verandah in the morning, before driving to the Heritage Museum, where we also had breakfast....More
We spent three nights at Mapungubwe National Park. Think we went at the best time of the year. Weather was perfect. Luckily we did not need to use either fan or aircon as they were quite noisy. The braai is the best that we have...More
We stayed at Loekwe in July 2018. There is a double electric hob, double sink, microwave, electric kettle, toaster and full fridge/freezer. Outside you have a braai. There were plates, cutlery, saucepans and frying pans... More
We stayed at Loekwe in July 2018. There is a double electric hob, double sink, microwave, electric kettle, toaster and full fridge/freezer. Outside you have a braai. There were plates, cutlery, saucepans and frying pans but we missed a couple of items – 1 wine glass and 1 side plate (fortunately we had two apartments so we “Borrowed” them to make a full set). You can buy wood at the ‘tuck shop”’ but make sure you bring everything with you. I have just uploaded a photo of the kitchen onto the Leokwe Camp review page (it may take a couple of days for it to be processed). Have a great time, it is a wonderful park.