Olifants camp was named after the Olifants River that runs past it. The camp is situated on a hilltop overlooking the impressive river, making it one of the most popular camps in the whole of the Kruger National Park. Make sure you book well in advance if you want to stay here.
Olifants does not have a campsite, but its small sister camp, Balule, does cater for campers. The Olifants restaurant and cafeteria both overlook the river. There's also a thatched viewing area with benches where visitors can scan the river and bushveld below.
Few other camps offer as many guided activities as Olifants! Apart from the general morning and evening game drives, you can go mountain biking or walking on the bank of the Olifants River. You can even do a multi-day backpacking trail from Olifants.
To explore Olifants, 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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