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Biyamiti Rest Camp - Kruger National Park

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On the banks of the Biyamiti river, hidden by delagoa thickets, nestles one of the most beautiful bush camps in the Kruger National Park. The camp is ideally situated between huge wild fig and jackalberry trees with vast numbers of other fauna and flora species in abundance. The area is a game spotter's dream come true.
General Information
Climate: Kruger is in a summer rainfall area. Such precipitation is usually convectional and can result in heavy downpours.

The summer months (October to April) are hot and often balmy. Winters are warm and mild, although visitors going on night-drives will require warm clothing.

Day Visitors: Only residents are allowed in the camp and on the access roads to Biyamiti Bush Roads. Biyamiti Bush Camp can be booked through Central Reservations and is a wonderful bush experience for all. Biyamiti Bush Camp is situated within easy reach of the larger rest camps so that guests can make use of the larger camps amenities if needed.

Sightings
There are so many creatures to see and sightings of rare species can be the highlight of your trip! Keep up to date with the movements of the wildlife in the Kruger National Park by consulting the sightings map at reception, it is updated daily!

Flora and Fauna
Game: Some of the animals to be seen in the area are giraffe, kudu, duiker, impala, steenbok, elephant, rhino, buffalo, hippopotamus, lion, leopard and hyena. There is also the chance of seeing the elusive cheetah, or a pack of wild dogs.
Birding: The bush is fairly dense and bird watching from the car can be quite successful, including plum coloured starling, purple roller, and redbacked shrike.
Vegetation: The Biyamiti camp is situated within the typical fairly dense mixed Combretum Veld of the area. Tamboti, knob thorn, magic guarri, green thorn, sausage tree and marula can all be found in and around the Biyamiti region.

Accommodation
Guest cottages: Ten 2-bedroom units. Both bedrooms have ceiling fans; one has 3 single beds, and the other 2 single beds. One bedroom has a bathroom en-suite (bath, toilet, and washbasin), there is a separate toilet, shower and washbasin. The kitchen has a gas stove (with oven), fridge/freezer combination, sink, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. The dining room has a verandah.

Cottages: Five 1-bedroom units. The bedroom contains two single beds and has a ceiling fan. There are two bench-beds in the living room with a ceiling fan. The bathroom has a bath, shower, toilet and washbasin and interleading doors to the bedroom and living room. Meals can be taken on the open verandah. The kitchen has a two-plate electric stove (without oven), sink, fridge/freezer combination, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.

Activities:
• Morning, Sunset and Night Drives
• Photographic Drives
• Morning and Day Walks
• Guided bush walks – in the company of trained field guides.

These activities will ensure an exciting bush experience.

Facilities:
• Information at Reception
• Public Telephones
• Basic First Aid Assistance
• Mini Shop- stocks basic items such as firewood, ice and Telkom phone cards, there are no foodstuffs such as meat available.
• Each accommodation unit has it’s own braai (barbecue) facilities.

5 Things to See:
• White Rhino
• Duiker
• Plum Coloured Starling
• Buffalo
• Giraffe

Travel Routes and Times from JHB/PTA

Malelane Gate: Take the N4 to Nelspruit, head through Nelspruit to Malelane and head to gate. Allow between 4 to 5 hours for the trip to the gate. Biyamiti Bush Camp is 39km away from Malelane. Allow about 2 hours for the drive to the bush camp; however if you want to enjoy the game viewing possibilities give yourself more time!

 

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