Arguably the wildest and most biologically diverse part of Kruger National Park, South Africa, the Makuleke Concession in the far north is a walking paradise. This area, with scenery ranging from fever tree forests, palm-fringed wetlands and rocky outcrops with thousand year old baobab trees, is home to an extensive range of large and small mammals, antelope, feline predators and over 350 species of birds.
Trails run seasonally and are geared to those wanting a closer to nature type of bush experience. Accommodation is provided in a rustic, unfenced tented camp with bucket showers which allows for a true wilderness experience.
Meet the camp rangers early afternoon on the Pafuri Bridge in the far north of Kruger Park for transfer to the fly camp.
Day 02 & Day 03:
A typical day consists of an early morning walk that commences at first light , walking either from camp or from a specified drop off point. Brunch is served on return to camp followed by relaxation in camp before the afternoon/early evening walk or drive. A hot shower followed by cold drinks and dinner ends another amazing day in one of Southern Africa’s best kept secrets.
Time permitting, another early morning walk before transfer back to the drop off point.