Explore the Wild: Discover the Beauty of the Kruger National Park
Camp George offers an oasis of tranquillity within the wilds of the Klaserie Game Reserve in the Greater Kruger Park.
It is a classic safari escape, set alongside a dry riverbed and within lush indigenous gardens Designed for couples, family and friends, this intimate lodge comprises eight luxury suites, each with its own private deck.
This elegant safari lodge is the perfect mix of authentic tradition with a modern twist. The convivial and art-filled living areas lead out to expansive terraces. Beyond lies the mature indigenous garden which naturally evoke a sense of tranquillity and relaxation. Enjoy the serenity of the many huge fever and baobab trees, read a book in the swing chair, or watch the game at the waterhole where animals come to drink through the day.
The Camp George team loves to share a 360° nature experience, from exploring the bush in search of wildlife, to learning and understanding the intricacies of the ecosystem, to the interactive culinary experience. It is an adventure you will never forget.
Offering a front-row seat to the Greater Kruger wilderness, you can immerse yourself in nature with game drives, guided bush walks and night drives all on offer in the exclusive Klaserie Private Nature Reserve. The Klaserie is known for a magnificent range of animals including leopard, elephant, rhino, lion, buffalo, hippo, wild dog and sightings of the rare Sharpe’s Grysbok.
Eight luxury suites with their own private deck overlook the dry riverbed. Each has a beautiful wall mural which adds a unique touch of style to the room. Each of the air-conditioned suites has a king-sized bed.
It is elegantly furnished with beautiful indigenous wood furniture. There’s a large and indulgent bathroom with deep soaking tub, indoor and outdoor shower and separate toilet.
Eight luxury suites, each with its own private deck, all overlook the dry riverbed. Each has a beautiful and unique wall mural which adds a unique touch of style to the room. Each of the air-conditioned suites has a king-sized bed (convertible to twin).
It is elegantly furnished with beautiful indigenous wood furniture. There’s a large and indulgent bathroom a deep soaking tub, indoor and outdoor shower and separate toilet. Two inter-leading units are available for families traveling together.
Game drives take place in the early morning and late afternoon when the animals are naturally most active. Key to the experience are your English-speaking local guide. They bring their knowledge, experience and fresh observations as you drive to maximise your wildlife sightings. And not only in terms of how much you see. But how rewarding, informative and fun the overall experience is. Your guide may be a keen photographer and will be conscious and considerate if your mission is to capture sightings on camera.
Your mode of transport is an open-sided 4×4 game vehicle with 3 rows of comfortable bucket seats in tiers. You generally head out with a maximum of 8 guests. This offers safe, yet close wildlife encounters. Guests sit up high for the best ‘spotting’ of birds and animals. There are no sides to inhibit your views and you naturally feel more in tune with nature. In the summer month, a shade top is added to protect against the African sun, but in winter it is open to the skies for the best bird-viewing and for stargazing.
Sunset drinks are an integral part to being on safari. Your guide chooses a suitable beautiful spot and you have time to climb off the vehicle to stretch your legs and enjoy a drink or two. Yes, it’s one of the iconic African memories of a safari. But that doesn’t mean that it won’t work its magic every time.