Punda Maria


The camp is the northern-most camp and is situated just eight kilometers from the Punda Maria gate.

This camp still has the old white-washed bungalows, built in the 1930's. At night the lanterns are lit providing the 'old-time' atmosphere..

The interiors, however, have been renovated...

The seven tents are superb. They are large and secluded from the rest of the camp...

The camp has a shop, swimming pool, restaurant, hide and short walking trail within the camp.

The area is very good for regular sightings of lion, buffalo, kudu, and even the occasional wild dog. This page has been created to allow visitors to post their special stories and pictures for others to see.

The photographs should be taken near the camp such as the Mahonie loop, S59, S60, S61, H13-2, the Punda gate road or even the Pafuri area.

Visitors to this page can then comment on, discuss and rate each picture and story.

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Birding is my passion & I just love to go birding in the Kruger National Park. As any birder would know, the best birding in Kruger is in the far North …

Pafuri Palms 
We stay at Punda Maria for a variety of reasons - one of them being the easy access to Pafuri. For landscapes it is hard to beat. There are fever tree …

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