Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp is in the southwest corner of the Kruger and is surrounded by granite koppies. The camp has lots of well-established trees providing some shade and attracting bird life.
Located only 10 kilometres from Komatipoort on the banks of the Crocodile River. A good camp for those planning an early exit, or for those who arrive late when starting out on their adventure.
Letaba Rest Camp, which overlooks the large, sandy riverbed of the Letaba River, offers visitors the opportunity to explore both the mopane veld in the north and the game rich areas to the south.
Lower Sabie has a perfect location on the banks of the Sabie River and offers great game-viewing opportunities and a good chance of seeing the Big Five. The restaurant is a perfect place for a lazy lunch.
Mopani Rest Camp is located on a hillside overlooking the expansive Pioneer Dam. The surrounding mopane shrubveld is not the best area to find game in, but it does "force one" to do nothing.
Olifants Rest Camp has superb views and is worth visiting for that reason alone, but it is also close to the confluence of the Letaba and Olifants rivers, so offers some good game-viewing opportunities.
Orpen Rest Camp is a convenient starting point for those wanting to explore the north and central regions of the park. It is a good area to find cheetah, which hunt on the open plains near the camp.
Pretoriuskop Rest Camp, one of the oldest of the Kruger camps, is conveniently situated for those needing to catch an early flight back home. There are some nice scenic drives one can do from the camp.
Punda Maria is one of the smallest rest camps and has a unique charm. The waterhole next to the camp attracts elephants on a regular basis. A good base to explore the north of the Park.
Satara Rest Camp is one of the best camps for those wanting to see lions, which makes it a very popular choice camp-wise. The plains surrounding the camp attract buffalo, zebra and wildebeest.
Shingwedzi Rest Camp is in the very scenic northeast region of the Kruger. The camp is close to the Kanniedood Dam which attracts large herds of elephants and other game in the dry season.
Skukuza Rest Camp, also the administrative headquarters of the Kruger, is one of the busiest of the Kruger camps. It does, however, offer some of the best game-viewing opportunities for visitors.