The camp is named after the beautiful Bateleur eagle...
Bateleur Camp is the smallest and oldest of the five Kruger bushveld camps.
It has seven fully equipped cottages that are similar to the old white-washed bungalows in Punda Maria and Shingwedzi camps, adding to Bateleur's charm.
Each cottage has has its own electricity with plug points, en-suite bathrooms and the bedrooms have either an air-conditioner or ceiling fan. The cottages are serviced daily and bedding, towels and soap are supplied.
There are braai (barbecue) facilities at each cottage and you can buy firewood at reception.
If you are a birder this camp is ideal for you. Most of the cottages have a bird bath in front of them that attracts many different birds and even squirrels.
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Bateleur Bushveld Camp offers many attractions such as a bird and game viewing hide that overlooks an elevated waterhole.
Bateleur bush camp offers guided game drives and guided walks, please ask at reception when you check in.
Two private dams Silvervis and Rooibosrand which are within close range of Bateleur Camp and are restricted to Bateleur the residents only. Silvervis boasts a large variety of birdlife, as well as other wildlife such as Hippopotamus, Crocodiles, Bushbuck and Nyala.
There are some good waterholes and a few nice viewpoints like Tshanga and Red Rocks.
We saw this Crocodile from the low level bridge and stopped to take pics, just before the flash flood come and nearly washed us off the bridge...
The area is good for lion, leopard, zebra, giraffe and hyena and buffalo.
This page has been created to allow visitors to post their special stories and pictures for others to see.
When guests return home and they start getting withdrawal symptoms, they are now able to log on and see the latest sightings, posted by guests and game rangers, from guided bush walks, game drives and night drives.
Visitors to this page can then comment on, discuss and rate each picture and story.
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Woodland Kingfisher singing his wonderful song
The spring and summer months in the Kruger are wonderful as the migrant Woodland Kingfisher returns and his song can be heard throughout the Kruger. We …
Magnificent View from Tshanga Lookout
There are a few places in the Kruger park with great views of the veld and plains below, such as Nkumbe, Olifants and Shirimantanga. These are all in the …
Male Lion Not rated yet
We were staying at Bateleur bush camp and had not seen any cats on our four day stay. On the day we left we travelled along the S52 (on the northern bank …
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