Pretoriuskop is one of the oldest camps in the Kruger National Park but doesn't have the best reputation for wildlife. Although it’s not the best game-viewing area, it has delivered many surprises over the years. Because the camp is located at a higher altitude than most others in Kruger, it’s also a few degrees cooler in the hot summer months.
The surrounding vegetation is unique to the park and is home to a large variety of rare antelope like sable, tsessebe, Lichtenstein's hartebeest and reedbuck.
The camp itself is known for its beautiful swimming pool, set among flat slabs of rock. The bungalows and huts are arranged in large circles and have a lot of atmosphere. The campsite, on the other hand, feels a bit cramped and is not the most level or shady. Birding in Pretoriuskop is excellent!
To explore Pretoriuskop, scroll over the map below to view different areas of the camp. For more information and photos of specific facilities, just click on the respective icon. To explore the road system around camp, follow the game-viewing link on the right.
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