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Pafuri Camp Blog - Page 13

A collection of blog posts inspired by the Northern Kruger.

Baobab Hill Bush House Review by Alexander Matthews

Posted on Mon February 29, 2016.

Alexander Matthews experiences the Kruger as only a lucky few get to do
Sunday Times
28 Feb 2016

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My Pafuri Experience

Posted on Thu January 21, 2016.

Melissa Baumann Siebert, a freelance journalist, travel writer and author, recently visited all of RETURNAfrica's products in the Makuleke Concession: Pafuri Camp, Pafuri Walking Trails and Baobab Hill Bush House.

After having visited and the area several years earlier to interview the section Ranger at the time, Melissa was eager to return to what she found to be the most beautiful section of the Kruger National Park, to see the changes after the devastating flood of 2013 and experience Pafuri from a different perspective.

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The Incidental Tourist: The Pafuri Walking Trails

Posted on Fri January 8, 2016.

The Incidental Tourist travelled to the Kruger National Park's Northern Makuleke Concession, visiting Pafuri Camp before doing the four day Pafuri Walking Trail which brought the wonders of the bush, the details and life that it holds to the fore.

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Pafuri Camp: Far from the madding crowd

Posted on Thu December 10, 2015.

A few kilometres along the dirt road which leads to Pafuri Camp in Northern Kruger we were directed through a craggy detour where the original road had been washed away. This was the first evidence that the flood damage of January 2013 had left its mark.  As we bumped back onto the old road my thoughts turned to Pafuri Camp and how it had also been ravaged by the raging waters.  This was the first time it was open again and I was eager to see the transformation by new owners -Return Africa.

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The Gutsy Girl Guide

Posted on Tue December 1, 2015.

Elizabeth the Aussie didn’t seem like much, but boy did Biff deliver

HERE were no kangaroos; not a kookaburra in sight — I was in the Kruger National Park, for crying out loud, so why did I feel like I was in the Australian Outback?

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