Skukuza Rest Camp
Kruger National Park

©Roger de la Harpe
©Roger de la Harpe

Skukuza Rest Camp in Kruger Park is an iconic South African safari destination offering travellers high-calibre bird watching and immersive game viewing. Skukuza is the biggest rest camp in Kruger Park.

Unique Features

High density of big game animals
Guided game drives & walks available
Close to the wildlife-rich Sabie River
Diverse range of Skukuza accommodation options
9-hole Skukuza golf course
 

Your Experience

Skukuza Rest Camp in Kruger Park is well-known amongst khaki-clad safari enthusiasts. The property is regarded as one of the ‘it’ places to stay in Kruger National Park, not only because it’s the biggest rest camp in Kruger Park, but because it serves as the official headquarters of the Park.

If you’re thinking this place draws in the crowds, it does, but it there is so much space that you’ll still have your own space and feel connected to nature without interruptions. Most guests also venture off on self-drive safaris throughout the day, or head out to Skukuza golf course.

Overall, Skukuza Rest Camp in Kruger Park has also got a great buzz - an atmosphere of excitement as eager guests arrive ready to explore and seek out wild and untamed animals. This is probably what makes it so special. It lures in like-minded individuals who are there for one thing and one thing only: great game viewing.

The region surrounding Skukuza Rest Camp is incredibly well-stocked with a selection of wildlife. The sightings here is so good in fact, it’s one of the reasons that the camp has expanded over the years.