Pafuri Walking Safaris
Our walking safaris explore arguably the most beautiful area and certainly the most biologically diverse corner of the Greater Kruger National Park, a corner that promises to become the centre of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area.
With low road density guests can walk for hours without seeing any sign of humanity … unless your guide happens to point out a stone age hand axe, a one thousand year old pot shard or a Makuleke era ash midden.
On our walking safaris you can expect to encounter an array of changing landscapes, from bushveld to riverine forests, mountains to floodplains, as well as perennial and seasonal pans which attract a spectacular variety of animals and birds. Discover forests of fever trees, groves of baobabs and palm fringed wetlands, all falling within this extraordinary RAMSAR site. You will be likely to encounter large and potentially dangerous animals, whilst having the opportunity to appreciate many of the smaller hidden secrets of the African bush.
You’ll call our seasonal bush camps home, at one with nature’s sounds and smells, a place to recharge and refuel. A hot shower, delicious food, fireside stories and starry nights before surrendering to sleep in comfort serenaded by whooping hyenas and stirring leaves.
Throughout your stay our professional Field Guides will share their intimate knowledge of Pafuri, all of its inhabitants and its history.
Open from April – October
4 x two man tents with en-suite bathrooms and outside showers
16 years and older
Minimum 2 nights stay
Limited solar power for lights and recharging
Off the grid, wifi free camp
CHECK IN/CHECK OUT
13:30/11:00 (check in at Pafuri Camp reception)
Bar, coffee & tea table, fire pit & lounge area
Moderate Malaria Area
Each tent furnished with twin or king beds, charging facilities and clothes racks. Ensuite bathroom equipped with a flush toilet and wash basin, with direct access to a private outdoor hot bush shower.
- Afternoon tea
- Snacks & all beverages
- Morning and afternoon bush walks (5-10km long depending on fitness level of the guests)