Malelane Camp

Malelane entrance gate in the south of the Kruger National ParkMalelane entrance gate in the south of the Kruger
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Malelane camp is very close to Malelane Entrance Gate, the small town of Malelane and the N4 / Maputo Corridor so very convenient for travelers.

It is a satellite camp and you need to check in at Malelane gate before heading the camp. 

Malelane camp is unique as it's situated on a park boundary; namely the southern border of the Kruger National Park and is situated on the Crocodile River.

It is also one of the smallest camps so has fewer guests, thereby providing a more intimate bush experience.

Malelane camp entrance just off the H110 near Malelane Gate in the Kruger National ParkMalelane camp entrance just off the H110 near Malelane Gate

Accommodation

Malelane camp provides both classic Kruger self catering accommodation (Bungalows) and camping facilities. There are 15 campsites with communal ablutions, power and communal kitchen area.

Only 5 bungalows each are equipped with ablutions, air-conditioning, fridge, cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils, with a communal kitchen area.

Malelane camp Bungalows in the Kruger National ParkMalelane camp Bungalows
Malelane camp Bungalow under shady trees in the Kruger National ParkMalelane camp Bungalow under shady trees
Arrowmarked babbler in Malelane camp in the Kruger National ParkArrowmarked babbler in Malelane camp, they are found throughout the park

Activities

Malelane camp offers guided game drives and guided walks. Please ask at Berg en Dal camp reception when you check in.

This area is good for game viewing, we have seen Leopard, Lion, Rhino, plans came and Wild dog.

Sleeping White Rhino in the Kruger National ParkSleeping White Rhino
Impala mega herd in the Kruger National ParkImpala mega herd

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White rhino and calf standoff with elephantWhite rhino and calf standoff with elephant
Lion cub walking on the H110 near Malelane camp in the Kruger National ParkLion cub walking on the H110 near Malelane camp
Grey Lourie or Go-away bird is found throughout the KrugerGrey Lourie or Go-away bird is found throughout the Kruger
Lion cub in tree on the H110 between Berg en Dal and Malelane camp in the Kruger National ParkLion cub in tree on the H110 between Berg en Dal and Malelane camp

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