Satara Restcamp, Kruger National Park

  • Address: Kruger National Park, Satara Rd, South Africa
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About Satara Restcamp, Kruger National Park

Satara Restcamp, Kruger National Park offers a great diversity of various things to do in Kruger National Park all within close proximity from the various travel terminals. In case you are travelling by car, there are parking spots available for you. Also, if you want to travel using public transport, railway stations and bus stations will help you commute. One can explore significant culture, art and history throughout the museums, galleries and archives.

In this very modern, clean and cultural city of Kruger National Park, Satara Restcamp offers you a special treat bringing everyday objects to life.

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Grab a coffee and a quick bite from the wide range of Food trucks or from the gas station and continue to explore. Visit the Tourist Information centre or plan your trip using the city trip planner to learn more about the hidden gems.

Satara Restcamp, Kruger National Park has something to appeal to the adventurous, curious and foodie travellers. Kruger National Park attracts tourist through its amazing culture, infrastructure and attractions such as Satara Restcamp. You will find all that you might need, like Public safety station, Internet cafes, pharmacies, ATMs and banks.

Eat like a local by heading out to various speciality restaurants which offer wide range of cuisines, or opt for barbecues and buffets. You can also indulge in some fine dining and feast on International cuisines. Book a guided tour to learn more about the architecture and history of this amazing Kruger National Park. If you are traveling solo or you are on a budget trip, book Bnb or hostels near Satara Restcamp or look for a pocket friendly city vacation packages. A number of booking portals are available on this page, with some of the top accommodation options listed. You can book directly from here!

Kruger National Park offers a very energetic and passionate nightlife for the wide-awake youngsters. One can witness a wide range of Bars, lounges, Jazz and Blues cafes, Sports bars or clubs which has something special for everyone. Lounges and clubs near Satara Restcamp are well known for its charm and crazy nights.

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Things to Know Before Visiting Satara Restcamp

  • 6.12% of people who visit Kruger National Park include Satara Restcamp in their plan

  • 43.48% of people start their Satara Restcamp visit around 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Satara Restcamp

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Satara Restcamp

People normally club together Camp Shawu and Idube Game Reserve while planning their visit to Satara Restcamp.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Satara Restcamp, Kruger National Park Reviews

  • Maybe the best camp to visit for game spotting. The popular S100 route in my view the best in the Kruger. Start early and drive SLOWLY. Aim for a brunch (NO restaurants!!!) at NWANETSI and return via tarred road. Repeat this daily and reverse route every fourth day. Satara is the second largest camp of the Kruger and arranged in Circles (A to F) with bits of nature in the camp. Reservation/occupation of Satara is all year round close to 100%. This is especially evident in the Caravan park where grassy areas is absent. All because of popular demand.

  • I am most disappointed in Satara Rest Camp, located in the heart of the Kruger National Park this was always an essential stopover for tourists and visitors to the park, things have changed. To start off the gardens are no longer maintained, plants are dead and what used to be stunning parks are now overgrown and uncared for, what has happened? The restaurant that always served spectacular meals now serves food that tastes like it has been cooked by toddlers. Come on Satara, I know and many other people know that you can do much better! The shop is the camps only lifesaver now and as it is still well stocked with stunning curious. Overall, if I have to be honest I would say give Satara a skip, there are many camps in the southern Kruger that are much more maintained.

  • A large camp with many chalets but clustered in smaller circles so the "small and personal" feel is retained. The usual well stocked Parks Shop which can get busy near closing time at 7pm. The two restaurants in the main building are closed (?) but a new quaint "rustic kitchen " has opened at the day visitors area. Outdoor movies, a small environmental center and a pool/play area are welcome facilities. The campsite is large but scattered trees offer some seclusion.

  • Reali enjoyed my stay .....nice view from the restaurant and ppl were friendly ....wud definitely do this again

  • Satara is a new favorite camp of mine in the park. I absolutely love the new food options, as there is something for everyone in the family. Satara is also a great central location for exploring the park, and it lies in a location where large herds and cats are usually found.

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