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Over Krugerpark Satara Rest Camp
Het bekendste wildpark van Zuid-Afrika strekt zich uit over 400 kilometer van noord naar zuid. In het park liggen diverse ‘rest camps’ waarvan een van de bekendste Satara is. Het camp is omheind zodat u ‘s avonds vrij kunt rondlopen en bij het hek oog in oog kunt komen te staan met het wild. Satara in een heuvelachtig landschap en heeft mooi verzorgde tuinen; dit rest camp is de beste uitvalsbasis om luipaarden, cheeta's en leeuwen te zien. U kunt bij de receptie safari's reserveren. Uw verblijf is in een rondavel (bungalow) of cottage. 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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: Airco, koelkast, hotplate en douche en toilet
Zoals Bungalow, ruiemer, 2 slaapkamers, keuken.
Satara ligt in het zuiden van het Krugerpark, 48 kilometer van de Orpen Gate.
• Game drives
• Bushwandelingen met gids
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.
"Charming place to stay"
We spent two nights here. There were three of us sharing a bungalow. It was really comfortable, the beds great. We had everything we needed to self cater in the kitchen on the veranda, and a pleasant view of grass and trees from there. There were also restaurants, a pool and a well supplied gift/grocery shop. There is also a filling station. It was not too crowded and overrun the way Skukuza is, though it makes provision for day visitors. The night sky is outstanding.
"Frankel Guest House in serious need of maintenance!"
This could be a wonderful house!! If the house was maintained more frequently, and furniture and old fittings replaced this would be worth all the money you pay for the house. Unfortunately this is currently not the case and as a result way over priced for what you getting! For a house which needs to be booked a year in advance due to its popularity, you would think that it would be well looked after, but things are old and dirty and falling apart! In terms of position/location within the camp it is perfect. Its sits right up against the camp fence which allows great views to the private floodlit waterhole in front of the house. This means that game viewing can be done from the front patio of the house not only during the day but during the night as well due to the light. What an amazing feature. The rooms are tired and need work with holes in mosquito netting on the windows and mismatched tiles in the bathrooms due to breakages. Linen was clean and in good condition. They do however have en-suite bathrooms (4 full bathrooms and one with shower only). The rooms are built around an internal courtyard which keeps the courtyard enclosed and a safe space which is great for families with smaller children. All rooms and main living room can be accessed off the courtyard. The main living area has a large kitchen which is fully stocked with all the utensils and appliances you would need in the bush. There is an open plan living area with lounge and dining area with a small bar area between these two spaces. This all leads onto the best part of the house - a large covered patio from where you will spend most of your time in the house looking out past the camp fence. The house is set in its own private gardens and so no one else will be able to access the house or the view from the house which is special. The house has a designated cleaning lady who is amazing and does her best keeping the house look as good as it can considering the lack of maintenance. She really is a gem! If this house is is good condition i would HIGHLY recommend it, if it is in its current state, you will leave somewhat disappointed having paid money for this accommodation.
I loved the novelty of staying in our very first rondevel which was clean and well maintained. We stayed here because of its 'cat country' status. Unfortunately, we saw none despite going for a morning game drive as well. We were right on the perimeter fence also. I preferred the satellite camps better as there are less people. However, if you want all the conveniences then stay here as Skukuka was a circus with all the tourist compared to this place.
"Lodgings good, but terrain poorly maintained"
We visited KNP a week ago and stayed in Mopani, Shingwedzi and Satara. I was very disappointed with the condition of Satara's terrain. The bungalow was in fair condition, but the roads and gardens are neglected. Cleaning is not done - gravel and sand in the roads, dead trees are left to rot and dry leafs are not picked up. The lawns are more weeds and thorns than grass, even around the swimming pool. Walking past some of the staff houses, the level of neglect was even more apparent. There appears to be no sense of pride at this camp. After the lovely Shingwedzi, this camp was a shock. The camp manager must be fired.
Nice clean room in Circle A. We also visited the amphitheater for a quick look. Pizza oven was under maintenance so got takeaway from restaurant. Staff was pleasing and food was nothing to complain about.
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1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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