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The ultimate safari experience has got to be discovering nature on a walking trail. Plains Camp @ Rhino Walking Safaris, on the only officially declared wilderness concession in the Kruger National Park was established specifically to provide this unique and exciting experience. Plains Camp’s focus is on exploring the 12 000 hectares of unspoilt reserve allocated for our exclusive use on foot, with short game drives to finish off afternoon walks. Our trails’ guides are highly qualified and experienced conservationists.
This respect is reflected in the camp itself, a shady tented haven which nestles under a thicket of knobthorn trees, overlooking the Timbetene Plain and waterhole. The décor is reminiscent of a bygone era of luxury, with authentic antiques and the finest white linens. With only four en-suite tents, the ambience and service is personal and intimate.
For the adventurous, a walk to the Sleepout Decks can be booked, where the guide cooks a traditional South African “braai” over an open fire, and the night is spent under the stars listening to the night sounds so far removed from civilisation.
ACCESSIBLE WITH 2X4 SEDAN VEHICLE
GUIDED WALKING TRAILS
GUIDED GAME DRIVES
FIELD GUIDE BOOKS
INFORMATION FOR BIRDERS
Countless visitors to the Kruger National Park frequent the Seolo Plains Camp, featuring a cluster of stylish en-suite tents nestled in the shade of towering Knobthorn trees. Plains Camp is one of only a handful of Kruger Park accommodation venues that offers an authentic African wilderness experience like no other – the famous Rhino Walking Safaris! Take to the surrounding bushveld on foot, accompanied by armed Plains Camp safari guides, and witness wild African fauna and flora up close and in their natural habitats. If you’re into eco-tourism and would prefer not to safari in a vehicle, add Plains Camp to your list of Kruger Park safari camps to visit
African Finfoot, Bateleur, Broad-billed Roller, Crowned Hornbill, Thick-billed Cuckoo, Southern Ground Hornbill, Terrestrial Brownbul, White-headed Vulture, Lappet-faced Vulture, Bearded Scrub Robin, African Cuckoo-Hawk, Yellow-billed Oxpecker, Dusky Lark, African Goshawk