Pafuri Border Camp is situated in the northernmost part of the Kruger National Park, near the confluence of the Luvuvhu and Limpopo rivers. It is close to Pafuri gate and the Zimbabwean and Mozambican borders. It is about 70 km from Punda Maria Camp Gate. The closest rest camp to stock up and refuel is Punda Mara.
Pafuri Border Camp has three types of accommodation; Mockford House (sleeps 8), Mockford Cottage (sleeps 4) and English/Drs House (sleeps 6).
Each house provides en-suite bedrooms and self-catering options such as a fully equipped kitchenette, a dining room as well as an outdoor braai area.
A small museum on the premises, was converted from what used to be called The Employment Bureau of Africa Ltd (TEBA).
There is a lovely communal swimming pool in park like gardens
The camp boasts an abundance of large trees due to its proximity to Luvuvhu and Limpopo Rivers, which will offer great birding opportunities to guests.
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There are a number of activities on offer from Pafuri Border camp: like guided game drives and guided walks, walking trails. Please ask at reception when you check in.
The Pafuri area is known for its many rare sightings of both birds, and mammals.....
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