Berg-en-Dal is a ‘rest camp’ in the south-western region of the Kruger National Park. It’s a hilly and mountainous region of Kruger and a favourite for many. Dry river beds and a dam border the camp on the northern and southern sides. Large trees border these waterways and also occur inside the camp.
Facilities and activities include a small convenience store, filling station, a restaurant, a cafeteria, a swimming pool and a bush trail, the Rhino Trail, inside the camp’s perimeter fence. Day and night game drives and guided walks are operated by the Parks Board. A catered breakfast and/or braai may be enjoyed in the bush by prior arrangement.
The camping area feature communal ablutions (showers, basins, etc.), a laundromat and communal open kitchens with hot plates, boiling water and wash-up facilities.
Bungalows: 69 x 3-bed units, equipped with en-suite bathrooms (showers, no baths) and air-conditioning - kitchenettes have hotplates and sinks.
Family Cottages: 23 x 6 bed units, (two of which are accessible to wheelchairs) with 2 rooms (1 double bed, 2 single beds and 2 bunk beds in lounge) with separate shower, toilet and bath. Units equipped with open plan kitchen/dining room/lounge and bedrooms are air-conditioned.
Guest Houses: Two large luxury units in prime positions in the camp, featuring well-equipped kitchens (with microwave ovens), multiple bedrooms and bathrooms. Fully air-conditioned. Limited channel DSTV televisions are provided. J Le Roux sleeps 6 and Rhino sleeps 8.
The 3-Day Kruger National Park Safari departs Johannesburg on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. It includes two nights in the Kruger National Park (Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp) and various game drives in your tour vehicle. There’s also an option of joining an ‘open’ 4x4 full-day game drive in the Park (own account).
Highlights: Kruger National Park .
The Lowveld was previously known as the Eastern Transvaal Lowveld. Following the end of Apartheid in 1994 the province's name was changed to Mpumalanga and the area is simply called The Lowveld. The Lowveld section of the province is part of the coastal plane and is more or less 200m above sea-level.
The Kruger National Park in South Africa is internationally renowned as a world leader in conservation policies, practices and techniques. This Park stretches over 20 000 square kilometers (2 million hectares) and is home to an incredible variety of plant, bird and animal species, including the “big five” (elephant, lion, rhinoceros, leopard and buffalo).
Pretoriuskop Rest Camp is in the famous Kruger National Park in South Africa. It is one of the oldest camps, situated in the southeastern part of the Park. The camp offers a variety of self catering huts, chalets, family units and a guest house. It has a licensed restaurant and cafeteria and a natural rock swimming pool.