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Overview

Located in the midst of striking prehistoric settlements on the Matjulu Spruit, Berg-en-Dal camp has been built with care and preservation for the surrounding area - original San rock paintings still clearly visible from the hill shelters along the Bushman trail. One of Kruger's newer facilities (established in 1984), the camp is flanked on the north and south by dry riverbeds and a dam, respectively, and trees alongside both, adding to the authentic wildlife ambience enjoyed by guests. It is one of the most popular camps for visitors making Kruger Park Reservations.

Accommodation

Below is an itemised inventory of the different classes of accommodation available at Berg-en-Dal.

• Campsites include seventy-two tent or caravan sites, all with electricity points, communal ablutions, and cooking facilities. Each site may host up to six people

• The bungalow area consists of sixty-nine three-bed units, all with air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms (only showers, no baths). Perimeter views from the kitchenettes are optional and need to be requested. All kitchenettes come standard with hotplates and sinks

• Twenty-three six-bed cottages are also available, (two of them being wheelchair accessible). The air conditioned rooms have one double bed, two single beds, and two bunk beds in the lounge area. There are separate showers, toilets and baths, and all units are equipped with open plan kitchen, dining room and lounge areas

• The camp's luxury units occupy prime positions on the grounds. The kitchens are equipped with microwave ovens, and the fully air-conditioned units multiple bedrooms and separate bathrooms. TVs are fitted with limited DSTV access. The J Le Roux unit sleeps six in three bedrooms. The Rhino unit sleeps eight in four bedrooms

Activities & Facilities

Berg-en-Dal Camp offers adventure in the form of guided bush walks and game drives, all under the supervision of well informed and keen professional field guides. Important to note is that children under the age of six are not permitted on game drives, and children under the age of twelve are restricted from game walks.

The Rhino perimeter trail camp walk is accessible to the blind with its Braille facilities, as well as being wheelchair accessible. Seasonal children’s educational programmes, nightly wildlife films and an eco-display in the reception all round off this holistic camping experience.

Facilities at the camp include information at the reception area, public telephones, a post box, restaurant, cafeteria, shops, an internet cafe, laundromat, filling station, communal kitchens and bathrooms, basic on-site first-aid assistance, auditorium and conference facilities, a day visitor picnic area in the camp, and a swimming pool (available to overnight residents only).

Cell phone reception is also fully available.

Important Information

Park officials warn that certain creatures which inhabit the park could prove dangerous if not approached or handled correctly. These may include bats, spiders, snakes, and scorpions.

A designated day visitor area is provided for Berg-en-Dal guests, where day visitors and visitors from other camps can braai (Barbecue) and picnic.

Conference Facilities

A convenient 500 km from Johannesburg and close to the town of Nelspruit, Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp is located in the far South of the Kruger Park. Its conference venue hosts up to 324 people, and is well equipped and dynamic, with the capacity to seat guests in a number of different seating styles. Additional equipment and services are arranged by staff with no trouble, and, while guests have the option of catering their own events, the restaurant can provide catering and refreshments. The camp itself is in a spectacular location surrounded by the mountains, providing a tranquil setting for any event.

Facilities and Services
• Overhead projector
• laser pointers,
• data projector
• DSTV, computer, VCR and DVD connectivity
• electronic and regular screens,
• slide projectors,
• roving and lapel microphones,
• wall mounted speakers,
• poster boards,
• a lockable safe,
• flip charts and stands,
• Mobile Video data / video projector.

Rates

• Conferencing rates vary seasonally and are dependent on the number of guests and other personalised requirements. Please contact us and our consultants will quote you on a package tailored to meet your particular needs.

Additional information
• Available at an additional cost are photocopying and fax services.
• Draping, flower, and photography services can be arranged through Berg-en-dal, and additional Sound Equipment can be hired in at an additional cost. (A 10% handling fee will be charged for services rendered.)
• Restaurant catering is available through Berg-en-Dal. Guests also have the option to cater for themselves.

Seating Arrangements

  School RoomBoardroomTheatre
Room 1363476
Room 1 and 29656216
Room 1, 2 and 3144 324

Wildlife

Berg-en-Dal is home to a variety of impressive indigenous wildlife, including white rhino, kudu, impala, giraffe, elephant, reedbuck, klipspringer, wild dog, grey rhebok and warthog. Leopard have been seen drinking water from the dam in front of the camp, or regularly spotted in various areas around the camp. Lion are found on the roads to Skukuza and Crocodile Bridge.

The camp also boasts a well rounded collection of bird species, including water birds like the African Fish Eagle, the Pennant-winged Nightjar (at night, in the summer), or the prominent Scarlet-chested Sunbird, as well as numerous others.

Malelane Mountain Bushveld wherein Berg-en-dal is situated, is home to many unusual plants. Prominent trees are the red bush-willow and the magic guarri.
Most Recent Sightings - Buffalo, Baboon, Elephant, Crocodile, Giraffe, Hippopotamus, Impala

Directions

View our comprehensive maps page to see the full range of printable and interactive maps.

Travel routes and times from central Gauteng are listed below. Travel by road requires entry through one of Kruger National Park's gates.

By Air:

Skukuza Airport (SZK), located in the Kruger National Park Southern area, is the closest airport to Berg-en-Dal Camp. There are daily scheduled flights between Skukuza Airport and OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg and Cape Town International Airport in Cape Town.

By Road - Malelane Gate:

• 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 gate. Allow between 4 to 5 hours for the trip to the gate
• Berg-en-Dal camp is 12 km away from the gate. Allow about 30 minutes for the drive to the camp, however if you want to enjoy the game viewing possibilities give yourself more time!
GPS: -25.4200(latitude), 31.4512 (longitude)

Recommended game drives from this camp:

1. Exiting Berg-en-Dal on the S110, head south to meet up with the H3, which runs 63 kilometres north to south between Skukuza and Malelane Gate. Exit the H3 left onto the S114, which crosses the Biyamiti River. You can continue on the S114 all the way to Malelane gate, or turn right onto the H2-2, S118, or S121 to get back to the main road.

2. From Berg-en-Dal, the S110 loops around the camp, leading to the Matjulu waterhole, to the north and connecting to the H3, which can either take you south, to Malelane Gate, or north, to Skukuza.

Reviews


Netjiese geriewe en heerlik gekuier--baie dankie!

Jacoba Badenhorst

Excellent campsites, good shade and top ablution facilities.

Pat Redman

Bungalow was very adequate for our purposes, clean bedding and towels, comfortable beds and a very efficient air conditioner. Although on very hot nights a ceiling fan would have been a welcome addition to the furnishings.

Ross Fyffe

It is a lovey camp to rest. Neat, clean and beautiful.

Kadirvelu Sathish

We have a nice stay at Berg-en-Dal Restcamp except for almost been carried away by ants. They have to do something to that please.But apart from that, very nice..

hennie steyn

Absolutely perfect! Thank you!

Alan Currin

Had a super trip. The bathrooms and washing up area should be cleaned twice a day

CAROLINE GRACE

It was a nice stay, we would recommend this camp to anyone. You will see us again.

PIENAAR DRY

We loved every minute of our trip and I would have rated it 5 except for one disappointment, when we arrived at camp reception we were told that we could not book a night drive etc., as we were only 2 people, in order to book you have to have a minimum of 4 people in your party. I asked why and got no response, the rule makes absolutely no sense to me.

Ann Hindle

Beautiful quiet and neat house......the linen and towels were fresh smelling as was all the kitchen utensils

petunia Mabuse

Located in the midst of striking prehistoric settlements on the Matjulu Spruit, Berg-en-Dal camp has been built with care and preservation for the surrounding area - original San rock paintings still clearly visible from the hill shelters along the Bushman trail. One of Kruger's newer facilities (established in 1984), the camp is flanked on the north and south by dry riverbeds and a dam, respectively, and trees alongside both, adding to the authentic wildlife ambience enjoyed by guests. It is one of the most popular camps for visitors making Kruger Park Reservations.

Below is an itemised inventory of the different classes of accommodation available at Berg-en-Dal.

• Campsites include seventy-two tent or caravan sites, all with electricity points, communal ablutions, and cooking facilities. Each site may host up to six people

• The bungalow area consists of sixty-nine three-bed units, all with air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms (only showers, no baths). Perimeter views from the kitchenettes are optional and need to be requested. All kitchenettes come standard with hotplates and sinks

• Twenty-three six-bed cottages are also available, (two of them being wheelchair accessible). The air conditioned rooms have one double bed, two single beds, and two bunk beds in the lounge area. There are separate showers, toilets and baths, and all units are equipped with open plan kitchen, dining room and lounge areas

• The camp's luxury units occupy prime positions on the grounds. The kitchens are equipped with microwave ovens, and the fully air-conditioned units multiple bedrooms and separate bathrooms. TVs are fitted with limited DSTV access. The J Le Roux unit sleeps six in three bedrooms. The Rhino unit sleeps eight in four bedrooms

Berg-en-Dal Camp offers adventure in the form of guided bush walks and game drives, all under the supervision of well informed and keen professional field guides. Important to note is that children under the age of six are not permitted on game drives, and children under the age of twelve are restricted from game walks.

The Rhino perimeter trail camp walk is accessible to the blind with its Braille facilities, as well as being wheelchair accessible. Seasonal children’s educational programmes, nightly wildlife films and an eco-display in the reception all round off this holistic camping experience.

Facilities at the camp include information at the reception area, public telephones, a post box, restaurant, cafeteria, shops, an internet cafe, laundromat, filling station, communal kitchens and bathrooms, basic on-site first-aid assistance, auditorium and conference facilities, a day visitor picnic area in the camp, and a swimming pool (available to overnight residents only).

Cell phone reception is also fully available.

Park officials warn that certain creatures which inhabit the park could prove dangerous if not approached or handled correctly. These may include bats, spiders, snakes, and scorpions.

A designated day visitor area is provided for Berg-en-Dal guests, where day visitors and visitors from other camps can braai (Barbecue) and picnic.

A convenient 500 km from Johannesburg and close to the town of Nelspruit, Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp is located in the far South of the Kruger Park. Its conference venue hosts up to 324 people, and is well equipped and dynamic, with the capacity to seat guests in a number of different seating styles. Additional equipment and services are arranged by staff with no trouble, and, while guests have the option of catering their own events, the restaurant can provide catering and refreshments. The camp itself is in a spectacular location surrounded by the mountains, providing a tranquil setting for any event.

Facilities and Services
• Overhead projector
• laser pointers,
• data projector
• DSTV, computer, VCR and DVD connectivity
• electronic and regular screens,
• slide projectors,
• roving and lapel microphones,
• wall mounted speakers,
• poster boards,
• a lockable safe,
• flip charts and stands,
• Mobile Video data / video projector.

Rates

• Conferencing rates vary seasonally and are dependent on the number of guests and other personalised requirements. Please contact us and our consultants will quote you on a package tailored to meet your particular needs.

Additional information
• Available at an additional cost are photocopying and fax services.
• Draping, flower, and photography services can be arranged through Berg-en-dal, and additional Sound Equipment can be hired in at an additional cost. (A 10% handling fee will be charged for services rendered.)
• Restaurant catering is available through Berg-en-Dal. Guests also have the option to cater for themselves.

Seating Arrangements

  School RoomBoardroomTheatre
Room 1363476
Room 1 and 29656216
Room 1, 2 and 3144 324

Berg-en-Dal is home to a variety of impressive indigenous wildlife, including white rhino, kudu, impala, giraffe, elephant, reedbuck, klipspringer, wild dog, grey rhebok and warthog. Leopard have been seen drinking water from the dam in front of the camp, or regularly spotted in various areas around the camp. Lion are found on the roads to Skukuza and Crocodile Bridge.

The camp also boasts a well rounded collection of bird species, including water birds like the African Fish Eagle, the Pennant-winged Nightjar (at night, in the summer), or the prominent Scarlet-chested Sunbird, as well as numerous others.

Malelane Mountain Bushveld wherein Berg-en-dal is situated, is home to many unusual plants. Prominent trees are the red bush-willow and the magic guarri.
Most Recent Sightings - Buffalo, Baboon, Elephant, Crocodile, Giraffe, Hippopotamus, Impala

View our comprehensive maps page to see the full range of printable and interactive maps.

Travel routes and times from central Gauteng are listed below. Travel by road requires entry through one of Kruger National Park's gates.

By Air:

Skukuza Airport (SZK), located in the Kruger National Park Southern area, is the closest airport to Berg-en-Dal Camp. There are daily scheduled flights between Skukuza Airport and OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg and Cape Town International Airport in Cape Town.

By Road - Malelane Gate:

• 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 gate. Allow between 4 to 5 hours for the trip to the gate
• Berg-en-Dal camp is 12 km away from the gate. Allow about 30 minutes for the drive to the camp, however if you want to enjoy the game viewing possibilities give yourself more time!
GPS: -25.4200(latitude), 31.4512 (longitude)

Recommended game drives from this camp:

1. Exiting Berg-en-Dal on the S110, head south to meet up with the H3, which runs 63 kilometres north to south between Skukuza and Malelane Gate. Exit the H3 left onto the S114, which crosses the Biyamiti River. You can continue on the S114 all the way to Malelane gate, or turn right onto the H2-2, S118, or S121 to get back to the main road.

2. From Berg-en-Dal, the S110 loops around the camp, leading to the Matjulu waterhole, to the north and connecting to the H3, which can either take you south, to Malelane Gate, or north, to Skukuza.

Netjiese geriewe en heerlik gekuier--baie dankie!

Jacoba Badenhorst

Excellent campsites, good shade and top ablution facilities.

Pat Redman

Bungalow was very adequate for our purposes, clean bedding and towels, comfortable beds and a very efficient air conditioner. Although on very hot nights a ceiling fan would have been a welcome addition to the furnishings.

Ross Fyffe

It is a lovey camp to rest. Neat, clean and beautiful.

Kadirvelu Sathish

We have a nice stay at Berg-en-Dal Restcamp except for almost been carried away by ants. They have to do something to that please.But apart from that, very nice..

hennie steyn

Absolutely perfect! Thank you!

Alan Currin

Had a super trip. The bathrooms and washing up area should be cleaned twice a day

CAROLINE GRACE

It was a nice stay, we would recommend this camp to anyone. You will see us again.

PIENAAR DRY

We loved every minute of our trip and I would have rated it 5 except for one disappointment, when we arrived at camp reception we were told that we could not book a night drive etc., as we were only 2 people, in order to book you have to have a minimum of 4 people in your party. I asked why and got no response, the rule makes absolutely no sense to me.

Ann Hindle

Beautiful quiet and neat house......the linen and towels were fresh smelling as was all the kitchen utensils

petunia Mabuse

Accommodation options

Camp Site (CK6P)

DatesBase rateExtra adultExtra childUnit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 16 Mar 2017R 265R 82R 416 people
17 Mar 2017 — 31 Oct 2017R 305R 82R 416 people
From R 265

For 2 people

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- Extra vehicles pay additional rate - Powerpoint

Bungalow (BA3)

DatesBase rateExtra adultExtra childUnit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 16 Mar 2017R 1,075R 240R 1203 people
17 Mar 2017 — 31 Oct 2017R 1,240R 240R 1203 people
From R 1,075

For 2 people

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- 3 single beds - Aircon - Fridge - Hotplate - No Smoking - Sink - Utensils - Wc and shower

Bungalow (BA3U)

DatesBase rateExtra adultExtra childUnit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 16 Mar 2017R 1,150R 240R 1203 people
17 Mar 2017 — 31 Oct 2017R 1,350R 240R 1203 people
From R 1,150

For 2 people

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- 3 single beds - Aircon - Fridge - Hotplate - No Smoking - Perimeter - Sink - Utensils - Wc and shower

Bungalow (BA3UZ)

DatesBase rateExtra adultExtra childUnit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 16 Mar 2017R 1,150R 240R 1203 people
17 Mar 2017 — 31 Oct 2017R 1,350R 240R 1203 people
From R 1,150

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Unit accessible to the mobility challenged.

Family Cottage (FA6)

DatesBase rateExtra adultExtra childUnit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 16 Mar 2017R 1,960R 410R 2056 people
17 Mar 2017 — 31 Oct 2017R 2,320R 410R 2056 people
From R 1,960

For 4 people

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- 1 bedroom with 2 single beds - 1 bedroom with double bed - 2 bench beds in lounge - Aircon - Kitchen - No Smoking - Wc,showerand bath

Family Cottage (FA6ZS)

DatesBase rateExtra adultExtra childUnit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 16 Mar 2017R 1,960R 410R 2056 people
17 Mar 2017 — 31 Oct 2017R 2,320R 410R 2056 people
From R 1,960

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- 1 bedroom with 2 single beds - 1 bedroom with double bed - 2 bench beds in lounge - Aircon - Kitchen - No Smoking - Unit accessible to the mobility challenged - Wc and shower

J. Le Roux Guest House (GH6D)

DatesBase rateExtra adultExtra childUnit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 16 Mar 2017R 3,775R 690R 3456 people
17 Mar 2017 — 31 Oct 2017R 4,310R 690R 3456 people
From R 3,775

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- 1 bedroom with double bed - 2 bedrooms, each with 2 single beds - Aircon - Kitchen - No Smoking - Shower - Wc and bath

Rhino Guest House (GH8B)

DatesBase rateExtra adultExtra childUnit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 16 Mar 2017R 3,775R 690R 3458 people
17 Mar 2017 — 31 Oct 2017R 4,310R 690R 3458 people
From R 3,775

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- 2 bedrooms, each with 1 double bed - 2 bedrooms, each with 2 single beds - 3 bathrooms, each with w/c, basin and bath - Aircon - Kitchen - No Smoking - Shower

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