Sirheni Camp is the most secluded bushveld camp in the Kruger Park. In addition it is the bushveld camp that contains the most bush and trees so the bungalows are very private.
This photograph shows the lounge area of one of the cottages with the kitchen in the background...
There is a resident leopard that is often seen patrolling the Mphongolo River from the bungalows and every bungalow can see some of the river and some bungalows have a view of the dam...
This page has been created to allow visitors to post their special stories and pictures for others to see.
When guests return home and they start getting withdrawal symptoms, they are now able to log on and see the latest sightings, posted by guests and game rangers, from guided bush walks, game drives and night drives.
Visitors to this page can then comment on, discuss and rate each picture and story.
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What Other Sirheni Visitors Have Said
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