Satara Camp

This camp is the only one in the Kruger that is not situated near a river or mountains / hills. It is the only 'plains camp'.

The camp area is famous for its predator sightings and we have seen cheetah, lions and leopards here.

The S100 is a very popular road and each morning many cars rush down this route to see if this is their lucky day!

The camp bungalows are built in circles looking onto each other. The bungalows were not very private but in 2009 reed fences were erected between the bungalows allowing for more privacy.

This page has been created to allow visitors to post their special stories and pictures for others to see.

The photographs should be taken from the camp or close to the camp area.

Visitors to this page can then comment on, discuss and rate each picture and story.

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Satara sightings 
We stayed at Satara last week and had some great sightings around the camp - these are some of them

Hyena in a hurry 
This hyena came galloping past our car on the dirt road behind Satara. It was most probably going to join its mates at a kill!

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