We may be living in Pretoria for most of the time, but in the Kruger National Park our souls are at home!

(This photograph was taken on the verandah of unit 14 at Olifants Rest Camp – the unit has a fantastic view over the Olifants River in the valley below. You can click on the image for a clearer view)

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      The Kalahari is a beautiful place Lisa! That much open space around you definitely allows the soul to soar! Sitting at Kwang Pan watching lions quench their thirst in the golden light of sunrise or sunset is absolute magic! It’s been a while since we travelled there and you’ve made so many great memories flood back now… Thanks for paying de Wets Wild a visit!


  6. Lu

    The Oliphants Rest Camp is a brilliant place – great views from the main visitor centre – we’ve never quite been so lucky as to have our own stoep view though 🙂 I can see how this would feel like home for you guys!


    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Olifants certainly has the most magnificent setting of any Kruger camp! To have a chance to get one of the most popular units, those right on the cliff edge, you have to make your booking a year in advance! But then when you finally arrive the view that welcomes you makes the long wait all worth it!



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