Access to Kings Camp in Timbavati
Your African safari lodge, King's Camp is situated in the Timbavati Nature Reserve, which forms part of the greater Kruger National Park in South Africa. This camp traverses on 17 000 hectares of prime game viewing.
This area is home to an abundance of wildlife, including 250 species of bird and 24 species of larger mammal. Enjoy frequent sightings of Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant, Cheetah and the rare Wild Dog.
How to get there:
Directions from Gauteng to Kings Camp:
Travel along the N12-N4. Turn left in Belfast on the R33/R540. Travel straight through the town. Take the R540/R36/R37 to Lyndenburg until you reach the town. Turn left into Potgieter Street, then continue straight. Take the R36 to Orighstad and pass the town. Continue on the R36 until it turns left into Tzaneen. Don't not turn, continue straight on the R527.
Travel to Hoedspruit. At the second stop street, turn right on the R40. Follow the R40 for approximately 7 kilometres (4.3 miles). Turn left at the Kings Camp sign. Continue straight for 18-19 kilometres (11.8 miles). The tar road becomes a gravel road after 7 kilometres (4.3 miles).
Travel until you reach the entrance gate to the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve. Entrance fee at this gate is R65.00 per vehicle (please retain permit issued) and R90.00 per person. Continue straight for 8 kilometres (5 miles) until you get to the Kings Camp sign on the left side of the road. Turn right and follow the Kings Camp signs until you reach your Africa lodging.
Fly SA Express to Eastgate Airport from Johannesburg or Cape Town. The camp will arrange transfers from the airport to the camp.
There is a preferred tarred landing strip at King's Camp.
24 18m 07sec S/31 17m 48sec ELength: 900m
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