Fully equipped self-catering chalets situated on the Crocodile River on a tranquil estate at the Crocodile Bridge entrance gate to the Kruger National Park no more than 50m from the gate this superb little retreat caters for the discerning tourist and business traveller.
Delight in the peace and tranquillity of the African bush in a small and intimate setting, ideal for families, and friends, Elephant Walk is also the perfect spot for a romantic getaway for couples. Enjoy fantastic wildlife sightings from the comfort of your patio or deck. The big 5 as well as an array of other wildlife, and birdlife frequent the area. Elephant Walk Retreat lives up to its namesake with the huge herds of elephant that visit on a regular basis. It is a wonderful and exhilarating experience to be able to safely view these magnificent giants, as they stroll along the fence line.
Elephant Walk Retreat boasts some of the most spectacular sunsets, sip on a glass of crisp wine, as the last rays of sunlight disappear behind the horizon and listen to the bushveld choir come alive at night, with lions roaring, hyenas giggling and hippo’s groaning.
SELF DRIVE PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Pricing: (2 Night) R1,101 per person sharing
Valid For Travel Dates: 16 JUL 2023 – 14 December 2023
Book by: 12 Dec 2023
Exclusions: All Items of a personal nature. Meals not mentioned.
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