SA: Kruger National Park – Biyamiti Camp

Wooded, cosy and luxurious, Biyamiti lies close to the old trade-route where Ox-wagons once cut their way through the bushveld on their way to the coast. Comprising of family and guest cottages and situated along the Biyamiti River, the Biyamiti Camp in Kruger Park has been developed within the natural bush, for a comfortable wildlife vacation.Biyamiti Camp in Kruger Park offers ample opportunity to witness game with various suggested itineraries including game drives, bush walks and night drives. Some of the animals to be seen in the area are Giraffe, Kudu, Duiker, Impala, Steenbok, Elephant, Black and White Rhino, Buffalo, Hippopotamus, Lion, Leopard, Wild Dog and Hyena. There is also the chance of seeing the elusive Cheetah, or a pack of Wild Dog. Be sure to book these activities when confirming accommodation and lodging booking. Access to Biyamiti Camp is along a 'private-residents only' road that follows the Biyamiti River, which means that it is restricted to holiday visitors who have reserved accomodation in Biyamiti safari camp in Kruger Park, ensuring you an opportunity to enjoy relaxed privacy and safety.

🙂 Resident Leopard. Private road for residents only. No.6 was great.

Camp Layout

Biyamiti is a small camp is a firm favourite and offers exceptional game viewing along the Biyamiti River. It is easily booked via SANParks on line. The accommodation is fenced and is rustic and comfortable with a braai area. We heard lions roaring and hyenas cackling. We loved Unit 6.

We had an elephant around camp most of the day and the resident pride of lions did not disappoint. We also had a lovely white rhino sighting. We have had regular sightings of the residential Biyamiti Male leopard too.

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