Shimuwini Bush Camp - Kruger Park

Accommodation in Kruger National Park


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Shimuwini Bush Camp lies on the banks of the Letaba River, at the Shimuwini Dam. The surrounding vegetation is predominantly Mopane, but the Letaba River is lined with large trees, including the very large Baobab, after which Shimuwini was named.

Bush camps provide luxurious accommodation in smaller, more remote rest camps. One or more accommodation units may be reserved. Bush camps do not have shops or restaurants.

 Access to all bush camps is restricted to overnight visitors with reserved accommodation. Electrical equipment, such as hair dryers can be used. Open verandas serve as a kitchen/dining room. All units have a refrigerator, cooking utensils, crockery, cutlery and a stove, either a two-plate stove without an oven, or a four plate stove with an oven in the larger units. All units have private ablution facilities.

Room Description at :

Cottage GD4
- Base rate 4 people - Max 4 people
- 1 bedroom with 2 single beds
- 2 single beds in lounge
- Fan
- Kitchen - Well equipped
- Wc and bath

Guest Cottage GC5
- Base rate 4 people - Max 5 people
- 1 bedroom with 2 single beds
- 1 bedroom with 3 single beds
- Fan
- Kitchen - Well equipped
- Wc and bath
- Wc and shower

Guest Cottage GC6
- Base rate 4 people - Max 6 people
- 3 bedrooms, each with 2 single beds
- Fan
- Kitchen - Well equipped
- Wc and bath

- No restaurant facilities available in this camp

 

Inclusions / Exclusions

Rates Include:
Accommodation and 14% VAT.

Rates Exclude:
Optional extras

 

Extra information

Please take note
The speed limit is 50 km/h on tar and 40 km/h on gravel.
Visitors are not permitted to leave their vehicle other than at designated get-out points and rest camps.
Pets are not permitted in the National Park.
Firearms must be declared at the entrance gate and sealed. The seal will be broken upon departure. Open vehicles must obtain the necessary permit.
Feeding of the animals is strictly prohibited for yours and the animal’s safety and well-being.

Malaria
Kruger is a malaria zone. Consult your doctor before travel.

Daily Conservation Fees for 1 November 2014 to 31 October 2015

Members of SANParks’ loyalty programme WILD do not pay conservation fees provided that proof of Identity and their WILD card are shown on arrival

(See WILD details elsewhere on this site)

South African Citizens and Residents (with ID) .............. R66,00 per adult / R33 per child , per day

SADC Nationals (with passport) ................................. R132,00 per adult / R66,00 per child, per day

Standard Conservation Fee (Foreign Visitors) ........... R264,00 per adult / R132,00 per child, per day

A non-refundable fee, payable in advance, of R34.00 per adult and R17.00 per child is charged on all advance reservations for day visits. This is charged in addition to conservation fees and applies equally to WILD members.


Daily Conservation Fees for 1 November 2015 to 31 October 2016

Members of SANParks’ loyalty programme WILD do not pay conservation fees provided that proof of Identity and their WILD card are shown on arrival

(See WILD details elsewhere on this site)

South African Citizens and Residents (with ID) ......... R70,00 per adult / R35,00 per child , per day

SADC Nationals (with passport) ................................. R140,00 per adult / R70,00 per child, per day

Standard Conservation Fee (Foreign Visitors)............ R280,00 per adult / R140,00 per child, per day

A non-refundable fee, payable in advance, of aproximatey R40.00 per adult and R20.00 per child is charged on all advance reservations for day visits. This is charged in addition to conservation fees and applies equally to WILD members.