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Geiger's Camp
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Geiger's Camp

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... is located in the Timbavati Reserve in the Kruger Private Reserves area in the Northeast of South Africa.

Set to the north of the reserve, this small camp is a satellite of the nearby Motswari Game Lodge. It consists of two stone houses with a large shared verandah, leading out to a small swimming pool. Guest accommodation is in five very comfortable rooms. The camp is a particularly attractive option for groups of 6 to 10 guests in search of a very private and exclusive safari experience. The service levels are very high and prices are really relatively keen

Activities are centred on vehicle safari and walking safari, with a marked leading towards the latter. Wildlife viewing in this Timbavati area is reliable year round. The level of guiding here is also very strong.

The main potential downside is the potential for adverse weather conditions Nov/Mar. Also, as with almost all the lodges in this area, different groups of guests are joined together on safari activities, unless you pre-book a private vehicle at significant additional cost.

In the Timbavati area the presence of fence lines, overhead telephone cables and road signs does detract significantly from the sense of wilderness, but that is true of almost all of Kruger.


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