Shingwedzi Camp

This camp is one of the oldest in the Kruger Park.

It still has the old white-washed bungalows with thatch roofs...

and it has new renovated bungalows...

The camp is situated along the banks of the Shingwedzi River but only the restaurant, day visitors area and the guest house face the river. All the bungalows are built in two large circles facing each other.

The camp is very dry but is scenic as there are palm trees as well as fever trees in the area.

This area is good for leopards, lion, elephants, buffalo and hundreds of birds that are attracted to the water and riverine vegetation. 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 in 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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Love at first bite 
We saw these two hippos interacting near Shingwedzi camp. eidelmanphoto.com

Saddle Billed Stork 
The birdlife around Shingwedzi is superb. In the wet season the river at the low-level bridge, just 100-meters from the camp, teems with birds like this …

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