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- 98%Budget Travelers
Member Reviews (3)
- Berg-en-DalJul 05, 2012
Berg-en-Dal is a quite restcamp in the very south of the park. It is one of the most accessible as its only a few minutes drive from Berg-en-Dal gate. We only stayed here for one night, to cut down the driving time to another camp further into the Kruger, but wish we'd had more time here. The accommodation here is rustic but has everything you need. We had a bungalow with 3 single beds, bathroom and kitchenette. The game drive from the camp that I took was fantastic and getting there early bagged me a seat in the passenger seat of the truck's cab (had to look after the gun, but was a great seat). Had some amazing sightings, including three lions. Also on the way to the camp we saw a leopard in daylight, which was really lucky. Berg-en-Dal has a lovely restaurant where we were welcomed warmly and then allowed to help ourselves to the delicious buffet (for dinner then breakfast). Berg-en-Dal is a great camp and would definitely go again. (soon I hope!)
- Berg-en-DalMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsLuxury TravelersFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
We had never been to Kruger National Park before and had no idea what a "rest camp" was. Expecting the worst, we found the chalets to be an absolute delight. They are very roomy brick cabins with en suite bath and kitchen facilities and a brai. The property is entirely fenced, so that the wildlife that roams the surrounding area and the watering hole are safely outside in the bush. There is a food store with basic items and a cafe/bar and also a take-out stand.