Access to Biyamiti Bushveld Camp is along a 'private-residents only' road that follows the Biyamiti River, this means that guests who have reserved accomodation in Biyamiti Bushveld camp are the only visitors driving this stretch of road ensuring an enjoyable and relaxed drive to camp.
Biyamiti Bushveld Camp offers 15 self-catering chalets that are spread out in a long well spaced line along the Biyamiti River.
The surrounding vegetation is mixed woodland and large trees along the river.
The chalets are serviced daily and supplied with bedding, towels and soap.
Each chalet has an en suite bathroom, kitchen with cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils.
The small lounge provides an ideal spot to relax when you are not outside braaing or admiring the view.
Biyamiti has a hide that provides a good place to view animals walking by or waterbirds during the wet season because it overlook the Biyamiti riverbed...
The hide faces north so the lighting is not ideal for photography but the area is very good for big-5 sightings (leopard, buffalo, lion, elephant and rhino).
Biyamiti Bush camp has guided game drives and guided walks. Please ask at reception when you check in.
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The S139 private road to Biyamiti Bushveld camp has two waterholes along the way, Biyamiti and Blinkwater waterholes and is a great place to see plans game like giraffe, waterbuck and zebra.
This page has been created to allow visitors to post their special stories and pictures for others to see.
The photographs should be taken in the camp or within the Biyamiti area.
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Kudu at Biyamiti
We were sitting at the hide admiring the view with no animals in sight when suddenly this kudu popped its head up and stared at us.
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