Our group stayed in one of the permanent tents and in one of the two large guest houses. Both are modern and spacious and of far higher quality than most of the accommodation in this camp, which is generally old and cramped. Both had decks with views, and the kitchen in the guest house is large and well equipped, the bedrooms quite stylish and luxurious by KNP standards. The camp feels deep in the bush, with a lot of small wildlife in camp, and while the game viewing in the surrounding area is not always the best, it is scenic and fun to drive through. Pafuri picnic spot, 90 minutes to the north, is well worth a visit. The camp has nicely designed swimming pool, and lots of space to walk around. The campsite looks one of the nicest in KNP. The laundry room, with only one functioning washer and one drier, could do with enlargement. The shop is standard for the park, well stocked with basics, dry goods and camping items, less so for fresh things. The cleaning staff were friendly and hard working, just such a pity that the unfriendly and unhelpful lady on reception displayed such a bureaucratic and poor attitude.