Crocodile Bridge lies in the south-eastern corner of the Kruger National Park, and serves as both a park entrance gate and a camp. It is one of the smallest public camps in the park, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in game viewing! The road system around camp is extremely productive and very scenic.
Crocodile Bridge's small size and position right on the edge of the park means it doesn't have as much atmosphere as other camps, but it certainly has advantages. The camp is generally very quiet and you won't have to queue in front of the gate in the morning. Since there are a number of roads to drive near camp, you can drive for long stretches without seeing too many other vehicles, enjoying some of the sightings on your own.
Accommodation is limited – your options are bungalows, a handful of safari tents and a small campsite. The camp is very well looked after and provides ample shade.
To explore Crocodile Bridge, 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.
Click here to jump to the dynamic Crocodile Bridge game-viewing map with pop-up photographs and links
3 must-drive roads:
Look for these animals:
Wild dogs are often found in the vicinity of the camp.
White rhino sightings are virtually guaranteed on the roads around camp.
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