Olifants was better than the two previous camps we stayed in (visited Jan 2013), the hut had a stunning view over the river (number 8, but 9 &12 are very good and if you are sharing 14). The hut like all of the parks is old fashioned and could do with a makeover, but it's adequate, AC worked, shower worked, clean, bed linen clean better stocked china, glass and cutlery than Skukuza and Pretoriaskop, but that's not saying much. Food in the restaurant was very unimaginative like all the other camps, but it was well cooked at least and the service was fine. We didn't see very much wildlife but that's the chance you take and we didn't take any tours as we were driving our own car around. This camp doesn't have a pool which is a shame but the shop was tidy and and good display of merchandise but almost exactly the same as all the other shops in the park - a bit boring. The temperature was over 40 degrees but there was no AC on in the restaurant only the fans and no food on the carvery or salad bar, they didn't appear to be used anymore. Like all the camps in the Krugar, they are not managed or maintained properly and are going downhill. A shame as in all other respects staying in the park is a unique and wonderful experience.
Huts 8,9,12 &14 are all very good and have a superb view of the river.
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