Kruger Camps according to the The Daily Telegraph

Royal MalewaneProviding 7,500 square miles of wilderness and reachable within 45 minutes of flying time from Johannesburg, Kruger is one of the world’s best-known game reserves. To help safari-seekers and well-heeled guests pick the very best of the five-star lodges out there, The Daily Telegraph has listed their top five:

Singita Lebombo – style and design make this lodge the most sought after in Kruger, lying on Lebombo hills, in the game-rich southeast of the reserve.

Parfuri Camp – owned by Wilderness Safaris and not as ostentatious as some of their others, this camp has 20 thatch-covered tented rooms, all facing the Luvuvu River.

Rattray’s Camp – a new addition in exclusive Mala Mala and located in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, this luxurious camp has award-winning chefs and infinity plunge-pools.

Ivory Camp – on the banks of the Sabie River in the Sabi Sand reserve, this camp has a proper spa and an exclusive, seductive location.

Royal Malewane – situated in the private Thornybush reserve where the Big Five can be spotted, this celebrity-sought after lodge is considered one of the most luxurious in Kruger.

Andrea Wren is a freelance journalist and owner of Luxury Worldwide Tours.

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