Of all the rest camps in Kruger National Park, the Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp is unique in that it is undoubtedly the easiest of them all to access. Located at the south western part of the park in a rugged mountainous region on the Matjulu Spruit bank, the 5 star camp is perhaps one of the most luxurious camps as well.
It is not only large but also ultra modern with beautiful lodging facilities, set within natural bush, which include 72 camping sites, 23 family cottages, 2 guest houses and 69 bungalows with kitchenette and shower. Each caravan or tent has a power point and braai (barbecue) stand, which allows for open air cooking. That’s not all, the camp as such facilities as a gas station, café, picnic facilities, cafeteria, conference facilities, swimming pool and a Laundromat making it ideal for families wanting to spend several days on the southern part of the park.
The park also has other attractions, which include a large swimming pool with water cascading into it, traditional dance groups from various neighboring cultural communities and San (bushman) paintings, which are the only remnants of the traditional Bushmen (the San people) who lived and hunted within the area at one point in history.
The park offers memorable game drives and bush walks, which offer great opportunities for seeing wild dogs, leopards, giraffes, rhinos (white and black), crocodiles, hippos, lions, scarlet-chested sunbird, klipspringer and heuglin’s robin just to mention but a few. You can book for an early morning or evening bush walk or a full day game drive to make your stay in the camp as memorable as possible.