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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Was a day visitor. Shop was well stocked and there is a delicious Mugg & Bean onsite over looking a river with good sightings. There is also a large lake just outside the park (toward skukuza direction) with great sightings (definitely see crocodiles, hippos and...More

Thank pandora m
Reviewed 1 week ago

For a celiac visiting the Lower Sabie Rest Camp & inquiring about gluten-free (GF)options, direct your questions to the separate Mugg & Bean restaurant rather than the Camp Reception. Further, both the Mugg & Bean Camp restaurant & self-catering are good options. Over our 4...More

Thank KJMRS
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Camping again. The ablutions were in good order. The camping sites are not so hot, or shall I say are very hot because lack of enough trees. The electric points are not enough for all the campers and we have to piggy back each other....More

Thank heineraudrey
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you are debating as to which camp to stay in, in the southern KNP, then Lower Sabie is a good choice. It is not as busy as Skukuza, and quieter than noisy Crocodile Bridge. There are plenty of roads in the area to explore...More

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Reviewed 16 May 2018 via mobile

Lovely late breakfast at lower sabie. Far better than the last place. Efficient and friendly service good food lovely coffee. Thank you mugg and bean for being in the Kruger national park. We will be back again

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21 November 2017|
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Response from ofergal1131 | Reviewed this property |
We had great time in South Africa and love Kruger so much and were happy with all the rest camps and accommodations we stayed in. These are in the middle of a huge national park and far away from everything, you need to... More
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21 June 2017|
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Response from PicMorDaisies | Reviewed this property |
Yes our perimeter bungalow did have everything we needed including cutlery, pots, dishes, etc. From what I recall, our unit had 2 beds. As for the view, ours was great but probably all the perimeter ones are pretty good... More
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Response from kindredspirits | Reviewed this property |
I wouldn't plan as if you'll get much sleep after you return from your early hike and get ready for checkout. I'd expect that you can take a shower to wake up, but not much more than that. There's not a whole heck of a lot... More
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"Book a bungalow or luxury tent for more solitude"
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"Accommodation is individual bungalows with 2 rooms each. Check effectiveness of the A/C as soon as you check..."
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"River facing perimeter units and safari tents offer the best views but are more pricy."
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