There are chalets as well as a lovely shady campsite. The restaurant is nicely situated, but if you prefer to relax outside your chalet, they also do great take-away burgers. This is also a super camp for the youngsters - lots of rocks and boulders around to play hide and seek, rock climb(not too high) or just explore. And lots of birdlife - we saw (apart from the usual bulbuls, starlings and weavers) an Acacia Pied Barbet, African Pied Wagtail, Southern Red Bishop and an African Hoopoe. And ....we must not forget the baboon troop! They are fast and quite brave, so you have to be alert when your chalet door and windows are open. Unfortunately they visited us when we were packing the car early the final morning - it was just getting light, so no pix!
They had really cute young ones with them, as well as a young adult who had half front limbs - must have been quite an old injury as this individual had learned to walk upright all the time!
Some pix from our last drive........
A blister beetle
According to Jakkalsbessie, the correct name is CMR Bean Beetle.(CMR - named after the Cape Mounted Rifle Corps as the beetle has the same colours as this corps)
At Ararat, a Klipspringer came to say farewell........
Late afternoon at Ararat!
A stormy landscape.
And a few more pix of stormy skies and changing colours (apologies, but my weakness!
In all, a lovely end to an awesome trip! If you haven’t managed to visit this park yet, make a plan and get there.
@annalie - this was our first trip that we did not see giraffes!