Pafuri Camp has an excellent, remote location, set amongst the riverine forest along the banks of the Luvuhu River in the far northern section of the Kruger National Park. The camp is in the 24,000 hectare the Pafuri or Makuleke concession, which has the Limpopo River and Zimbabwe at its northern border. The concession is owned by the local community and is also close to the Mozambique border.
Accommodation & Facilities
Pafuri Camp has 20 large tented rooms, each with en-suite bathrooms, a large viewing deck, and fans in the bedrooms. The rooms are connected by raised walkways, are spread well apart and all look out over the Luvuvhu River. The furthest tents are some distance from the main lodge, where the dining area, bar and pool are situated. The camp has extensive outside eating and relaxing space on the large deck.
Wildlife & Activities
The diverse habitats in the Pafuri region include riparian forest, extensive fever tree forests, groves of towering baobabs, stands of large palms, mountains, floodplains, grassland, and mopane woodland. The area is famous for the large herds of elephant and buffalo that are resident most of the year round. Predators are also regularly seen here, and the varied habitat offers superb bird watching, particularly in summer. Guests can enjoy both day and night wildlife drives in open 4×4 vehicles as well as walking safaris. Multi day walking safaris are also an exhilarating way to explore this wonderfully remote and peaceful region.