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About Skukuza Rest Camp Kruger National Park SANParks

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Skukuza is the Kruger National Park's largest rest camp and administrative headquarters. It is situated on the southern banks of the Sabie River. The camp is well foliaged and there are some lofty trees along the river’s edge. Activities and facilities are diverse, as are the animals and plants found both within the camp and in the surrounding areas.

PLEASE NOTE: the rates are subject to the number of adults and children staying. Quotes will include the 1% Community Levy, but will exclude daily conservation fees, which are to be paid directly to camp on arrival.

PLEASE NOTE: from 1 September 2017, all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce their identity document (ID), passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Park.

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Guided Safaris: We offer safari drives with experienced guides driving the groups, where you can enjoy spotting the various animals in the park and learn more about them.

Family Safaris: We offer units big enough for families to stay in, and children aged 6 and over are welcome to join the various game drives offered.

Camping Safaris: We offer camp sites with communal ablutions and cooking facilities, which can accommodate six guests per site.

Facilities

  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Braai/Barbecue
  • Swimming Pool
  • Satellite TV*
  • Hiking
  • Restaurant on Premises
  • Parking on Premises
  • Activities desk
  • ATM
  • Breakfast
  • Car rental service
  • Health Spa
  • Kitchen
  • Pets Not Allowed
  • Guided Safaris
  • Family Safaris
  • Camping Safaris
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Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Afrikaans
* Please enquire for further details.

Important Information

PLEASE NOTE: from 1 September 2017, all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce their identity document (ID), passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Park.

PLEASE NOTE: we are NOT able to provide any pensioner or other discount via the SANParks online...
PLEASE NOTE: from 1 September 2017, all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce their identity document (ID), passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Park.

PLEASE NOTE: we are NOT able to provide any pensioner or other discount via the SANParks online booking system.

Rates are subject to the number of adults and children staying. Adult rates apply to persons 12 years and older. Child rates apply to persons aged 2-11 years. Infants under 2 years stay free.

Rates do not include meals unless specifically indicated otherwise. Rates include 1% Community Levy, but exclude daily conservation fees. These are to be paid directly to camp on arrival.

SANParks have implemented a 1% Community Levy charge on all reservations (overnight and activity products) from 1 June 2012. This will be used to fund projects that support surrounding communities in bettering their livelihoods.

All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis unless specifically indicated otherwise.

Several parks and rest-camps have retail facilities and restaurants. Vehicle fuel is available in several parks (or is available on the park periphery) and in the main rest camps in Kruger and Kgalagadi.

Bedding is supplied in all accommodation unless specifically indicated otherwise. Cooking utensils and refrigeration are provided in most accommodation units, unless specifically indicated otherwise.
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Reviews for Skukuza Rest Camp Kruger National Park SANParks

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Monika Hart
02 April 2021

The general upkeep of Skukuza csmp was not what we have seen in the past. It was a bit rundown and general maintenance was poor. The bungalow was small but perfect for what we needed. Pity there was no hot plate. Would have been nice to know this beforehand. The communal kitchen hot plate stove did not work either. So we could not make anything in a pot or pan. The staff in the main reception were very grumpy. As if they were doing us a favour. Pity about that as this is the first impression that overseas tourists have of SA.

Louise Pretorius
07 March 2021

Die wooneenhede kan maar gerus bietjie opgegradeer word. Lyk al jare so en vir die prys wat mens betaal is dit swak.

Christel Coetzee
19 January 2021

The camp sites can be marked more clearly to see how many stands there is as people are battling to know the size of a stand. The braaier on the site near ablution block and swimming pool kept falling over stand B if I remember correctly. And some stands do not have a place to braai. Maybe ablution blocks sizes can be increased with more showers for ladies and men as the rush after six at night is hectic and this can be a big improvement.

ian Kirby
17 November 2020

Rooms were clean staff very friendly only find the shop very expensive but i guess it is still cheap for our overseas visotors.All in all a wonderful stay.

Winnie Pienaar
16 November 2020

The chalet was clean but rundown. The tariff p/n and not have a kettle or a hotplate is excessive. The electric fencing around the camp was not working as 3 hiënas raided our fridge at 1 in the morning. You expect small game like monkeys or baboons but not hiënas to enter the camp. We always love the Kruger but the tariffs does not equate to value for money.

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Skukuza Rest Camp Kruger National Park SANParks is 15.6km from the centre of South Kruger Park , the nearest airport 69.8km (Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling