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Berg en Dal Rest Camp
Het Krugerpark is het oudste wildpark van Zuid-Afrika. Het meet 380 bij 60 kilometer en heeft verschillende toegangspoorten. In dit nationale park, dat van staatswege wettelijk beschermd gebied is, zijn meerdere rest camps te vinden. Deze zijn eenvoudig van opzet, maar u verblijft wel midden in het Krugerpark. Berg en Dal Rest Camp is een van de grotere rest camps met uitgebreide faciliteiten.
Over Berg en Dal Rest Camp
Berg en Dal is omheind zodat u ‘s avonds vrij kunt rondlopen en bij het hek oog in oog kunt komen te staan met het wild. Hetl ligt in een heuvelachtig landschap en u vindt hier mooi verzorgde tuinen. U kunt bij de receptie safari's en wandelsafari's reserveren. Uw verblijf is in een van de rondavels (bungalow). Rondavels zijn stenen huisjes met rieten dak die van alle benodigde faciliteiten zijn voorzien. Veelal is er een koelkast en ook een barbecue zodat u een 'braai' (barbecue) kunt houden.
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Eenvoudige kamer met airco, koelkastje, badkamer met bad en douche en een kitchenette.
Zoals Bungalow Kitchenette, compleet ingerichte badkamer met douche en toilet en een veranda.
Rhino Guest House
Zoals Bungalow Kitchenette, ruimer, 2 slaapkamers.
Berg en Dal ligt in het zuidwesten van het Krugerpark, een half uur rijden van de Melalane Gate en 25 kilometer van Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport.
• Safariactiviteiten zoals game drives en begeleide wandeltochten
In dit zeer uitgestrekte en wereldberoemde nationale park, in het noordoosten van Zuid-Afrika, treft u een grote variëteit aan wild aan. In het park liggen asfaltwegen en verharde zandpaden. U kunt hier gemakkelijk zelf rijden, de bewegwijzering is er duidelijk. Bijna alle restcamps beschikken over een restaurant.
"Large camp close to entrance gate"
Large camp with fuel, shop, restaurant and a wide variety of accommodation (brick bungalows). The style of the bungalows is completly different from all the other large camps. Clean, however a renovation of the bungalow interior would help a lot, everything is working fine but worn out, especially doors and windows. One room bungalows (kitchen and bedroom together, however no living space interior). Beware of monkeys - they are sitting everythere and looking for a chance to grab anything from table, open cars or open doors (they will enter the kitchen in a second and grab all whats lying around).
"Well situated for game viewing."
We recently spent 2 nights at Berg en Dal as part of our trip to the Kruger National Park. The staff were all very polite and helpful. Our chalet although very basic, was positioned overlooking the dam, although dry it was still good not to have another chalet in front of you. The braai facility was convenient and easy to work on, not too far from the kitchen, just needs a light close by.The second evening we had a shower of rain which knocked the lights in our section out, making it a little difficult to navigate around the chalet, there were no candles or emergency lighting. The camp has a walking trail within the perimeter fence, great exercise having spent 10 hours driving. Berg en Dal is well situated, enabling us to drive a few routes without doubling back on oneself. A lot of game are located in this area due to the impact of the drought further north. I could recommend this camp if you are visiting the Kruger National Park
"Rustic Comfort with great views"
We spent 4 nights at the Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp in the Kruger National Park. The cabins are self catering. Each cabin has a braai for outdoor cooking. It was all the comforts one would hope for but in a natural setting in rustic cabins. One must be aware of the local animal life that is wild and lives on the premises. Monkeys and baboons will frequent the cabins looking for any thing let unattended. The cabins have thatched roofs and the monkeys have learned to pull the thach off to gain access to the inside of the cabins. A group of mongoose frequented our area but posed no problems. One can here many sounds during the night, hyenas, loins and other night predators. We enjoyed our stay there very much and recommend it highly. We were able to see 4 of the big five animals in the Kruger during our stay. Well worth the experience!
"Very 1970's; Good for Walking Tour; Bring Your Flip Flops"
I recommend this place if you want to do a walking tour but it's not somewhere I would want to stay at for more than 1 night. Be clear when you book this place that you're paying for location, not quality. It reminded me of a place my middle school class would stay at when on a class trip. All it was missing was the bunk beds. The unit we rented had 2 bedrooms, a kitchenette, and a bathroom. The bathroom was gross and it was separated into 3 small rooms: a sink/tub room, a shower room, and a toilet room. The toilet room has a small window but your unit is going to stink for a while after someone uses the toilet. I recommend wearing flip flops when using the shower. It looks like the interiors and exteriors haven't been updated since the 1970's. We left an orange on the counter for 3 hours. When we returned, a monkey had eaten part of it and left the rest on the counter. With all that said, the restaurant was fantastic and the location was great. We saw 3 large lions resting a few hundred feet from the entry. The two armed guards picked us up at the hotel and took us on a walking tour through the park where we encountered elephants and rhinos a stone's throw away.
"Fantastic experience in Kruger "
We have just returned from 5 nights at Berg en Dal with our two sons, aged 7 and 3. The camp is well situated in the south and I assume one of the most accessible from Johannesburg in terms of drive time as its only 12km from the Malalane gate. Having not been to Kruger for over 13 years, I had forgotten about the facilities and accommodations and being the analytical type, I found the amount of detail available online a little lacking as well as many of the trip advisor reviews quite general. We stayed in one of the family bungalows which has two bedrooms, one with a double bed (not a queen) and the other with 2 single beds. There is one toilet, a shower and bath with one basin. There is a small kitchenette in a separate room that also contains 2 additional single beds with 4 arm chairs and a small coffee table. There is no dining table inside, but rather a 6 seater on the outside patio where the braai area is. The fridge in the kitchenette is not very big, so it was useful that we had brought a camping fridge with us that we used as a drinks fridge. If you're like us and plan on brining most of your food from Johannesburg , then it's likely that the fridge will be a little tight for all the food and drinks if you're staying for longer than 4 days then you could use a regular cooler box and buy ice from the shop in the camp site. There is sufficient cutlery and crockery for 6 people and there are basic utensils such as tongs, lifters as well as some pots and pans that were in good condition. We were unsure about their quality so had brought some of our own, which proved useful, but certainly wasn't essential. There is also a two plate electric stove which seemed quite new and worked brilliantly. There is no oven but there is a large efficient microwave. They also provide a kettle. The braai area has a grid so there's no need to bring your own. It's worth commenting that all of the kitchen utensils, braai grid, glasses etc are well maintained, clean and in very good condition. The unit was cleaned everyday by very friendly staff. They also remove all the ash from the previous nights braai. Value wise, we felt that the family bungalows provided the exact setting for an authentic bush experience at great value for money. The chalet is quaint, simple and we thoroughly enjoyed the accommodation. If one had to find room for improvement, it is that the double bed was a little soft. I had called in advance requesting a unit overlooking the dam, but with the current drought, the dam is dry. That said, we had regular visits by herds of elephant walking past the fence line as well as buffalo, bush buck and waterbuck and a hippo late one night. The camp site has an enormous pool and we were fortunate with amazing warm weather and the boys swam everyday. The pool was clean and well looked after. We didn't eat at the restaurant but did use the shop which is exceptionally well equipped. They don't have a huge range of fruit and fresh vegetables but they certainly cater for everything else. They stock a range of wines, spirits and beers, all spices, many condiments as well as the obvious snacks, wood, fire lighters and ice. They keep milk and bread as well as a small selection of braai meat which we didn't use as we had brought from Johannesburg. Also, keep in mind that Malalane is only a 25 minute drive from the camp and is a well equipped town with an amazing Spar supermarket and obviously any other shops or services that you may need as we did when I needed some urgent medicine from a pharmacy. In the 5 days we were there, we had terrific game viewing. We saw all big 5 and even with the current prevailing drought, the general game viewing was fantastic. You never drive for long periods of time without seeing something. The only thing we didn't see much of was zebra and wildebeest as they seemed to have moved more north where there was apparently more water. There is very little water around at the moment but there is a small pumped watering hole near the camp which often had good game. Otherwise we often drove the crocodile river loop which was close to the river where game viewing was also very fruitful. We visited the Afsaal picnic stop twice. We didn't use the restaurant there but it looked fantastic! You can hire skottels for R25 to cook your own breakfast. They also provide spray and cook! We had a terrific Kruger self drive experience and are already looking at booking the next one!
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