Pretoriuskop Camp

Thatched rondavels at Pretoriuskop Rest Camp.

Pretoriuskop is one of the oldest rest camps in the majestic wilderness of the Kruger National Park.

Price From:
POA
Type:
Rest Camp
Level:
National Park
Star Rating:
N/A
Location:
Kruger National Park, South Africa
No of Units:
136

Pretoriuskop Camp offers a wide selection of accommodation. The selection consists of 30 rural rustic huts that sleep 2, 3, 5 or 6 guests respectively equipped with an overhead fan. The guests can make use of the communal kitchen and ablution facilities.

There are also 48 additional air-conditioned huts with mini fridges. The huts can sleep 2, 3, 5 or 6 guests. The guests can make use or the communal kitchen and ablution facilities. 52 air-conditioned bungalows are also available that sleep 2, 4 or 6 guests. Each of the bungalows has either a shower or bath. Some of the bungalows have a kitchenette and the guests who stay in bungalows without a kitchenette can make use of the communal kitchen facilities.

There are 5 cottages available. The one cottage has 4 beds, with 2 bathrooms, fridge, kitchenette and cooking utensils. The 6 bed cottage has 3 bedrooms, with 2 bathrooms, fridge and kitchenette with cooking utensils.

The finest accommodations available are the two guest houses. Pierre Joubert Guest House has 16 beds, with kitchens including a microwave. The bathrooms have either a shower and bath or just a bath. The Doherty Bryant Guest House has 9 beds, with kitchens including a microwave. The bathrooms have either a shower and bath or just a bath. The guest houses also have televisions with limited DSTV channels.

Riaan's Review

Pretoriuskop is one of the most basic of all the Kruger National Park's rest camps, and definitely not a favorite. It does offer the advantage of being fairly easily accessible from the southern gates of the Kruger Park.

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