We camped here in on our way home to South Africa. There are only two campsites and each one has its own ablution block and kitchen area. Very neat facilities and staff are all very friendly. The camp site has no view of the waterhole, but not a far walk to view the animals. When we arrived it was really cold so we booked for dinner. Dinner was good and waitress was very friendly and informative.
The chalet's look very nice and all within close proximity to the waterhole.
Its worth the visit.More
- Free parking