Sharing a fenceless border with the Kruger National Park near the Pafuri Gate in the north, this awesome camp is located on a mountain top that offers a spectacular view of the permanent Levuvhu river and a baobab forest, where elephants, hippos and crocodiles roam freely 200 m below the camp.
As part of the Greater Kruger National Park, this reserve offers Big Five sightings as well as all other species of the region. The Luvuvhu-Pafuri region is also one of the birding hot-spots of South Africa. Other than the main camp, this reserve is also home to the Mutale Ivory Route Camp.
Highlights: Spectacular location and view, Baobab trees
Activities: Game viewing, Birding, 4x4 trail
Facilities: Tented camp with superb communal braai and kitchen area, with traditional ethnic decorations.
Log cabin suites for families with own kitchen.
How to get there: Please note: 4x4 only. Follow the N1 for approx. 60 km after Makhado, then turn right towards Tshipise; after 110 km turn right towards Mutale; pass through Mutale, then turn left towards Makuya Park; after 7 km a mining area is reached; turn left at traffic circle; follow this road past mining dams and dumps; turn right at filling station;
follow signs towards Mutale Camp and Makuya Nature Reserve for another 2 km; enter through gate and proceed to the main camp.
Singo Safari Lodge Rates
Accommodation: Two-person tents from R380.00 per night; four-person tents from R600.00 per night
Gate Fees: Adult R10.00; Vehicle R20.00
Activities: Game Drive: Adult R120.00 per drive; Children R60.00 per drive
Angling: R25.00 per person per day