Sirheni Camp forms part of a relatively new concept in bush lodging accommodation in the Kruger National Park. Smaller, more luxurious camps are built in the more remote areas of the park.
Each of these smaller camps in Kruger National Park are situated within easy reach of the larger rest camps so that guests can make use of the larger camps amenities if needed.
The family cottages, which are fully equipped with modern facilities, are self-catering. These accommodation cottages are spread out in a long, well spaced line along the bank of the Mphongolo River with a view of Sirheni Dam.
All accomodation and lodging units are serviced daily and supplied with bedding, towels and soap. There is only
Sirheni Camp in Kruger National Park has two superb hides positioned about 100 metres (328 feet) apart and connected by a trail which follows the length of the perimeter fence. Like the balconies of most of the cottages, they are raised quite high, giving views over the water and surroundings.
Perhaps you could catch a glimpse of Sirheni Camp's resident Leopard which is seen on a regular basis, often coming down to drink at the dam. Night drives enables the vacationer to take part in the nocturnal nightlife activities of Kruger's secretive creatures.
Sirheni Camp in Kruger National Park is private, which means that only residents are allowed in the camp and on the access roads to the camp.