Skukuza is the largest camp in the Kruger Park and is the administrative headquarters.

Some people don't like this camp as it can get busy and noisy but since the day visitors area was moved outside the camp the noise has decreased substantially.

We have a routine for game drives that allows us to get away from the crowds and see much game in this area - leave camp early!

The area is good for lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo and wild dogs.

The camp has two swimming pools, a large shop, large restaurant, museum, library, an ATM, a resident doctor and a vehicle workshop.

The accommodation is diverse from guesthouses and cottages to tents. Our favorites are the river-facing bungalows, and river-facing family cottages...

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Sitting Elephant 
Driving towards Tshokwane we decided to have a look at Leeupan. This young elephant was ambling across the well worn open turning circle so I chose a spot …

Hyena taking a walk 
We spotted this hyena early in the morning in December 2009 on our way to Lower Sabie Camp from Skukuza. We are planning to visit KNP again in August …

Menacing Monkey 
There are a few troops of vervet monkeys that pass through Skukuza camp. Sometimes we see them fighting or challenging each other, other time we see them …

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