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On the banks of the Mbiyamiti river, hidden by Delagoa thickets, nestles one of the most beautiful bushveld 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.
5 Things to Seek
1. Wild Dog
2. White Tailed Mongoose
3. Orange Breasted Bush Shrike
- Tel. and Fax: +27 (0)13 735 6171
- 10 x 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) and 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. An open veranda serves as both dining room and lounge.
- 5 x 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 inter-leading doors to the bedroom and living room. Meals can be taken on the open veranda. The kitchen has a two-plate electric stove (without oven), sink, fridge / freezer combination, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.
Accommodation at Biyamiti Bushveld Camp caters to a variety of guest requirements and is well suited for those Guests who are looking for a self-catering bushveld experience.
To view the accommodation prices, refer to Tariffs
Activities & Facilities
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- Information at Reception
- Public telephone
- Basic First Aid assistance
- Electricity (plug points) for appliances in units
- Mini Shop at reception stocks basic items such as firewood, ice and Telkom phone cards and there are no foodstuffs such as meat available.
- No ATM facility available.
- Each accommodation unit has it's own braai (barbecue) facilities
How to get there
Travel routes and times from central Gauteng
Take the N4 to Nelspruit and head through Nelspruit to Malelane. Then turn left at the Kruger National Park sign just outside Malelane and head to the gate. Allow between 4 to 5 hours for the trip to the gate. Biyamiti Bushveld Camp is 39 km away from the gate. Allow about 2 hours for the drive to the camp, however if you want to enjoy the game viewing possibilities give yourself more time!
- General tariffs information
- 2014/2015 Tariffs
- Pensioners' discount
- Daily conservation fee
- Pre-booked/Advanced Reservations for Day Visits
- Tariffs for Kruger outdoor activities and guided game walks / drives
- View pictures of Biyamiti Bushveld Camp accommodation and availability
Please ensure that your stay is happy and safe by taking note of a few simple warnings. You will be sharing your stay with many exciting and unusual creatures but without knowledge some of them could be dangerous:
- Bats, Spiders, Snakes, Scorpions, Malaria Zone
If you must walk around at night please DO NOT DO SO WITHOUT A TORCH.
Remember: by feeding any wildlife, you are signing their death warrant as they become aggressive!
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.
Only residents are allowed in the camp and on the access roads to Biyamiti Bush Camp. 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.
Flora and Fauna
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.
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.
(For more birding information and park bird checklist, go to Information for Birders)
Birding in Biyamiti
The parks’ 5 bushveld camps all offer superb birding opportunity. Camps in general attract a boon of birds.
They are all well foliaged and usually next to water-courses. The advantage of the bushveld camps is that there are less other visitors to scare things off. All of these camps have hides or viewing platforms that further enhance birding. Some of the specials associated with this camp are:
Biyamiti: Great for Woodland birds – good place to see African Barred Owlet and Retz’s (Red-billed) Helmet-shrike.
People with disabilities
Please see additional information on Wheelchair Accessibility
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