'Balule' is the Tsonga word for the Olifants River, as the camp is situated right on the Olifants River just south of Olifants rest camp.
Balule camp is very rustic with no electricity and the 6 rondavels (chalets) have no windows, making it one of the best places for you to experience nature first hand!
Balule camp has communal ablutions and kitchen area with a closed off area that houses a few deep freezers. You will need to take all you own cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils.
The campsite has a seperate side which is fenced off from the bungalows; there is a communal Kitchen, freezers and albutions for the campers.
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Each camp in the Kruger is unique, there is always something to see. We found these Red winged Starlings nesting in the communal kitchen area. We watched as the parents went back and fro to feed their young.
Balule camp offers a range of activities: guided game drives, guided walks and bush braais, just ask at Olifants camp reception when you check in or you can do self drives.
Trevor the co author of our e-Book has had some interesting sightings while staying at Balule camp; he found a dead baby elephant and a young leopard and Wild dogs trying to cross the Olifants river.
The Low level bridge right outside camp gives you great photographic opportunities to get both sunrise and sunset photographs as well as seeing hippos and crocodiles.
There are a couple of good waterholes near by....
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