Klaserie Sands River Camp, Greater Kruger


Klaserie Sands River Camp, Greater Kruger


REDISCOVER AFRICA at Klaserie Sands River Camp! With magnificent game viewing in an open system to the Greater Kruger National Park, guests will enjoy unrivalled privacy in this luxurious and elegantly decorated camp, nestled between towering Jackalberry & Leadwood trees, on the banks of the Ntsiri River. Privately owned and intimately managed with a passion for wildlife & the service industry, the Klaserie Sands River Camp family strive to ensure that every guest depart from this special piece of Africa with treasured memories that last a lifetime. Bush Dinners and Breakfasts. Klaserie Sands River Camp hosts a unique open air, bush dining experience, where guests are treated to a fine meal and specially selected South African wines, while enjoying the sounds and excitement of nature's night life. Standard guest suites, with en-suite bathroom facilities, consisting of a shower, basin area and water closet. Rooms have mosquito nets, air conditioners, overhead fans and a private deck area complete with comfortable deck chairs, overlooking the African landscape.Included: Delectable breakfast, light luncheon and dinner daily. A fine selection of local wines, beers, spirits, soft drinks and hot beverages. Twice-daily game drives with expert rangers. Optional bush walk activities.


Game Drives, Klaserie Sands River Camp has magnificent game viewing in an open system to the Greater Kruger National Park and offers daily game drive activities, with a qualified & experienced ranger and tracker team. Game drives are scheduled for early mornings and later afternoons and include refreshments and snacks. Elephants, Rhino, Lion, Buffalo, Hyaena, Wild Dogs, Leopard, Impala, Kudu, Giraffe and Zebra are just a few of the wonderful wildlife to be seen on drive. Bush Walks, Klaserie Sands River Camp offers guided bush walks with a qualified and experienced ranger and tracker team. It's a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a more intimate experience with nature, learning about the tracks, sights and sounds of our fauna and flora.

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