Letaba Camp

Letaba camp is a very lush camp - when you drive in the entrance gate the foliage tends to envelope you, making it a very shady and welcoming camp.

The camp has an elephant museum that is well worth a visit. You can see first hand just how large the tusks are of the Kruger's 'magnificent-seven' elephants.

Letaba elephant museum

If you would like to read more about the Kruger Park's big tuskers please download the PDF document here It describes all the known elephants that carried big ivory tusks, including the famous Magnificent Seven who all died in the 1980's.

The document contains detailed descriptions of the elephnats, their territories and photographs of these impressive animals.

The retaurant overlooks the river...

Letaba restaurant overlooking the river

and there are many bungalows that also overlook the river...

Letaba bungalows with river view

The bungalows were renovated in 2009/2010 and privacy has been enhanced by the addition of these staggered walls on each bungalow...

Letaba camp new bungalow

The area is good for elephants, buffalo, leopard and lion. Bird-life is prolific here due to the river and dense bush. 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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Lion under the Mopani's 
We photographed this lion lying under the Mopani trees just south of Letaba camp on the dirt road between Letaba and Olifants.

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