Ecotraining Bush Getaway

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Room types

  • Canvas Tents

    Canvas Tents

    The camp consists of 10 simple dome tents, each with two mattresses and single pillows (two guests per tent). There are shared bathroom facilities and a central communal area.

    We provide bedding and towels for the guests.

    Not Available. Restrictions may apply.
    Sleep: 2
    Extra: 0

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Description

Situated in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, north of the Hoedspruit Airforce base, Pridelands Conservancy
presents a magnificent example of intact vegetation of Combretum woodland. In September 2017, the fences between
Pridelands and the Greater Kruger National Park (GKNP) have been dropped making Pridelands part of the GKNP (KNP)
with an additional 2000 ha of land which extends the habitat for animals. The camp is located next to a beautiful dam
that boasts with daily visits from an array of wildlife. The chances are good that you see elephants and buffalo wallowing
and lapping up the cool water in the dam. The camp consists of Dome tents (guests share tents). There are also shared
ablution facilities with bucket showers and a central communal area giving you an authentic wilderness experience.

Check-in/Check-out

Check In After: 14:00

Check Out Before: 10:00

Children Policy

Children welcome

Credit Cards Accepted

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Situated in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, north of the Hoedspruit Airforce base, Pridelands Conservancy presents a magnificent example of intact vegetation of Combretum woodland. In September 2017, the fences between Pridelands and the Greater Kruger National Park (GKNP) have been dropped making Pridelands part of the GKNP (KNP) with an additional 2000 ha of land which extends the habitat for animals. The camp is located next to a beautiful dam that boasts with daily visits from an array of wildlife. The chances are good that you see elephants and buffalo wallowing and lapping up the cool water in the dam. The camp consists of Dome tents (guests share tents). There are also shared ablution facilities with bucket showers and a central communal area giving you an authentic wilderness experience.