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Such a pity that the accommodation is run down and PLEASE note the camp ran out of Diesel fuel which could spoil someones trip and leave people stranded. KEEP YOUR VEHICLE TANKS FULL ALL THE TIME. FILL UP EVERY DAY.
Stayed for 2 nights. Had to book 2 two bed units. Kitchenette is not enclosed which is
a problem for me as bats are very active at night and sleep at the pitches of the thatchroof chalets and droppings fall all over the area beneath...More
Stopped in chalet by the perimeter fence which is worth the little extra to get a view out into the bush. We have stopped here before and whilst the chalets are adequate for a couple of nights they could do with a little updating.
As with all the SANPARKS camps SATARA has simple but acceptable accommodation. However there aren't the nice views at SATARA that there are at many other SANPARK camps.
Also because you are "locked-in" from 18:00 you spend a LOT of time sitting at your hut...More
We stopped over at the Satara Rest Camp during a day visit to the KNP. The curio shop is well stocked and also offers a wide selection of groceries for those staying in the self catering options or for those looking to stock up for...More
The two sleeper bungalows are arranged in large circles with grassed areas and trees in the middle of each circle. Satara is situated on a flat plain and therefore the views are not as good as in other rest camps and nor is... More
The two sleeper bungalows are arranged in large circles with grassed areas and trees in the middle of each circle. Satara is situated on a flat plain and therefore the views are not as good as in other rest camps and nor is it on a river. For this reason I'd not worry too much about which bungalow you hire. The main attraction is the predators in the area and I can highly recommend a morning walk in the veld with two rangers. A great experience!