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Buffalo Rock is set in an area of unspoiled natural beauty and is rich in bird and animal life. We assure our guests privacy here, other than of course the nocturnal visitors such as leopard and hyena who are often seen around the camp. We are situated in a game rich area of the Kruger National Park, which means that sighting of the Big 5 is highly possible. But, there is more to this Camp than just the sightings of the tremendous wildlife. It’s the totality of an experience that cannot be put into words. The experience of beautiful sunrises and the enjoyment of a sundowner with the African sunset, is truly spectacular. With wild animal sounds of the night and dinner under the stars around an open fire, you will take a part of Africa home with you.
Chris and his staff were very accommodating to our every need. The tented camp is small and cabins were all very close to the main building where we gathered for meals and conversation. The adjacent but outside bathroom was definitely chilly for early morning needs....More
Tented Safari is a superb luxury extention to any game drive safari. The tents are fantastic and service top class. The camp is small and you get all the attention they can offer. No fences just motion sensors to alert you of wildlife closeby. The...More
This is a tented camp that is rustic, but definitely not primitive. The framework for the tent is so solid that you barely know it’s a tent until it’s time to unzip the door. The central gathering area is very comfortable and our food was...More
This was one of our must do activities on our SA Tour and it definitely did not disappoint.
We where on a organised tour with Riviera Travel and this was an optional excursion. There were 13 of us on the trip, which started with a...More
I was here for three enjoyable nights. Keep in mind this is a tented bush camp...not a hotel. The tents are very nice and 'semi=permanent. It was furnished with a wardrobe to hang some garments...a stand for a piece of luggage,,,a couple of night stands...two...More