Overview

As the story goes, Satara Restcamp owes its name to an anonymous Indian surveyor who was sent by the citizens of the newly proclaimed Transvaal Republic, who split up the region for settlement. On his map, the surveyor marked the area that is present-day Satara with the Hindi word 'satra', which means 17. Satara’s bustling character comes from its ability to accommodate 200+ people and its central location, which hosts a community of campers set out in a series circles in the middle of the Kruger Park. Diverse and rich, the wildlife in the area is not difficult to spot and the landscape offers a myriad of sights and places to explore.

Rustic and communal, the camp borrows much of its ambience from the rugged and untamed bush in which it is located. The flat plains of Satara camp are scattered with large Marula and Knobthorn trees, and ambient nights are set to the restless noises of fruit bats, cicadas and crickets being met by owl calls and the roar of the lion. Some of the most popular animals to be seen in the area are giraffe, kudu, impala, waterbuck, zebra, warthog, wildebeest, buffalo, hippo, cheetah and hyena.

Satara camp has a firm reputation for being one of the best spots in the world for viewing large cats. Attracted by the herds of antelope that come to graze here on the fertile land of the plains, lion, leopard and cheetah are often spotted stalking their prey nearby the camp – a spectacular sight that you’re unlikely to forget. Expert guides and trackers are on-hand to take guests on game drives and walks, where they can spot the Big Five, learn about the intricacies of bushveld ecology and come to grips with nature at her finest.

Accommodation options include bungalows, guest cottages, guest houses and camp sites.

Accommodation

Below is an itemised inventory of accommodation at Satara Rest Camp.

• One hundred tent or caravan camp sites are available with electricity points, communal bathrooms, and cooking facilities with twenty-four hour boiling water, electric hotplates and washing up facilities. Sites accommodate a maximum of six persons per site.

• Seventy-five two or three-bed bungalow units are also offered, complete with communal kitchen, and bungalow ablutions including a shower, WC and wash basin, as well as air-conditioning in all the units. Utensil boxes (cutlery, crockery, frying pan etc) are available in limited supply from reception.

• Fifty-seven two or three-bed units are available with kitchens.

• One luxury bungalow is available with two beds and one sleeper couch. An open air kitchen is complete with a cooker plate, microwave oven and outside braai (barbeque) area, fridge/freezer combination, sink, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.

• Nineteen two-bedded bungalows are situated on the perimeter fence, and provide stunning views of the surrounding veld. En-suite bathrooms are complete with showers, WCs and wash basins, and the open air kitchen has its own cooker top, fridge/freezer combination,cutlery, crockery and utensils.

• One five-bed and nine six-bed guest cottages with en suite bathrooms are also available, the bathrooms complete with baths, WCs and washbasins. Kitchens have gas stoves with ovens, fridge/freezer combinations, sinks, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.

• Guest Houses are large, luxury units in prime positions around the camp. Kitchens are equipped with microwave ovens, and the unit itself has multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as limited channel DSTV televisions.
Wells House sleeps six people in three bedrooms, and Stanley, nine in three bedrooms. and Frankel House sleeps ten people in five bedrooms.

Activities & Facilities

Satara 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.

Guests can also take in the Sweni and Patel Bird Hides, the weather sensitive Mananga 4 x 4 Adventure Trail, and screenings of wildlife films every evening bar Sundays. Seasonal kids educational programs are also available.

Facilities at the camp include activity information at the reception area, public telephones, post box, a Wimpy restaurant, deli, shops, laundromat, filling station, communal kitchens and bathrooms, basic on-site first-aid assistance, cutlery and plate hampers available from reception, a day visitor picnic area and boma on the perimeter of the camp, an eco information centre and amphitheatre, and a swimming pool with a children's playground. Cell phone reception is also fully available, as well as limited channel access DSTV televisions in the guesthouse.

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.

Satara Campsite has a designated day visitor area where day visitors and visitors from other camps can braai (barbecue) and picnic. As one enters the gate, it is reached by turning to the left.

Wildlife

Particularly noted for its selection of the big cats (lion, leopard and cheetah) Satara also offers a view of more general game, including rhino, buffalo and elephant, blue wildebeest, zebra, waterbuck, giraffe and the ubiquitous impala. Night time residents on the camp's perimeter include spotted hyena, with fruit bat sonar and the chirp of cicada and cricket adding to the relaxing evening ambience.

Surrounding vegetation on the basalt soils around the camp includes knob thorn and marula savannah . Westlying intrusions of ecca shales soil host very sweet grass, as well as Delagoa thorn thickets. N’wanetsi in the east lies in Lebombo Mountain Bushveld, on rhyolite soils, with prevailing tree euphorbia and red bushwillow.

Particularly prominent birds in the area are Red-billed Buffalo Weaver, Burchell’s Starling and Mourning Dove, the nighttimet Verreaux’s (Giant) Eagle, Barn, Scops Owls and Pearl-spotted Owlet, as well as the Square-tailed ( Mo za mbique ) Nightjar . Northwards, the open plains offer premium opportunities to view Montagu's and Pallid Harrier.

Directions

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:

• The closest airport to Satara is Eastgate Airport that is situated in Hoedspruit. The airport is approximately 68 km from Orpen Gate.

By Road - Orpen Gate:

• Head toward Nelspruit on the N4 and take the R540 Belfast turn off.
• At Lydenburg turn left onto the R36 heading north.
• 30 km before Hoedspruit turn right onto the R531 and head to the gate. Allow between 4 to 5 hours for the trip to the gate.
• Satara camp is 48 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!

GPS :-24.3976800 (latitude), 31.7777800 (longitude)

Recommended game drives from this camp:

1. Driving south from Satara on the H1-3, continue past the S126 and pass the Nyika Pan to the right. Take the next right turn onto the S125, which passes a baobab and continues along the N’waswitsontso River, before reaching a loop around the dam, close to the S36. You can take the S36 right to return to the H7.

2. Take the S100, just south of the camp, off the H1-3. Passing the Nsasane waterhole, take the S41 right at the T-junction and then take the next right, onto the H6 just past the Singita lodges. This will return you to the H1-3 to Satara, via the Sonop Pan and Shihangani waterholes.

Reviews


To whom it may concern; We booked for 2 adults

P. Surber

Great, clean camp

Nico Smit

Everything ok at SATARA camp. A wonderful stay , we will return asap

Piero Ferrari

Again, a very pleasant stay in a clean and neat bungalow. All staff were always very helpful in a friendly manner. Look forward to another visit.

Brian Watson

Amazing

Elvene C

The accommodation was great and the camp is well look after.In fact , all the camps we visited was looking very good and all the Restaurant areas, is of high quality and a really plus for South African tourism.Thanks.

Hennie de Villiers

Bungalows need some maintenance but otherwise good.Restaurant OK.

MARIUS KUHN

Lovely location, wildlife close to river. Drought affecting wildlife away from water.

Gail Webster

This is our 4th visit to the park - first was 1996 - and we always stay at Satara and for the longest time if possible. It's our favorite place to stay.It's a wonderful very well run camp. It doesn't have the stunning views of Olifant, Letaba or Lower Sabie but inside the camp is very pleasant. The cottages are simple. spacious and extremely well designed - I would suggest the park use them as template.The shop is well stocked and well run and the restaurant - now a Mugg & Bean is nice and also well run.One of our favourite drives out of here is north to Olifants for lunch (another M&B with a stunning view) and the game viewing on the road never disappoints.Overall: Satara in excellent.

PETER MCGINLEY

Room was clean and nice.

Roberta DAngelo

As the story goes, Satara Restcamp owes its name to an anonymous Indian surveyor who was sent by the citizens of the newly proclaimed Transvaal Republic, who split up the region for settlement. On his map, the surveyor marked the area that is present-day Satara with the Hindi word 'satra', which means 17. Satara’s bustling character comes from its ability to accommodate 200+ people and its central location, which hosts a community of campers set out in a series circles in the middle of the Kruger Park. Diverse and rich, the wildlife in the area is not difficult to spot and the landscape offers a myriad of sights and places to explore.

Rustic and communal, the camp borrows much of its ambience from the rugged and untamed bush in which it is located. The flat plains of Satara camp are scattered with large Marula and Knobthorn trees, and ambient nights are set to the restless noises of fruit bats, cicadas and crickets being met by owl calls and the roar of the lion. Some of the most popular animals to be seen in the area are giraffe, kudu, impala, waterbuck, zebra, warthog, wildebeest, buffalo, hippo, cheetah and hyena.

Satara camp has a firm reputation for being one of the best spots in the world for viewing large cats. Attracted by the herds of antelope that come to graze here on the fertile land of the plains, lion, leopard and cheetah are often spotted stalking their prey nearby the camp – a spectacular sight that you’re unlikely to forget. Expert guides and trackers are on-hand to take guests on game drives and walks, where they can spot the Big Five, learn about the intricacies of bushveld ecology and come to grips with nature at her finest.

Accommodation options include bungalows, guest cottages, guest houses and camp sites.

Below is an itemised inventory of accommodation at Satara Rest Camp.

• One hundred tent or caravan camp sites are available with electricity points, communal bathrooms, and cooking facilities with twenty-four hour boiling water, electric hotplates and washing up facilities. Sites accommodate a maximum of six persons per site.

• Seventy-five two or three-bed bungalow units are also offered, complete with communal kitchen, and bungalow ablutions including a shower, WC and wash basin, as well as air-conditioning in all the units. Utensil boxes (cutlery, crockery, frying pan etc) are available in limited supply from reception.

• Fifty-seven two or three-bed units are available with kitchens.

• One luxury bungalow is available with two beds and one sleeper couch. An open air kitchen is complete with a cooker plate, microwave oven and outside braai (barbeque) area, fridge/freezer combination, sink, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.

• Nineteen two-bedded bungalows are situated on the perimeter fence, and provide stunning views of the surrounding veld. En-suite bathrooms are complete with showers, WCs and wash basins, and the open air kitchen has its own cooker top, fridge/freezer combination,cutlery, crockery and utensils.

• One five-bed and nine six-bed guest cottages with en suite bathrooms are also available, the bathrooms complete with baths, WCs and washbasins. Kitchens have gas stoves with ovens, fridge/freezer combinations, sinks, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.

• Guest Houses are large, luxury units in prime positions around the camp. Kitchens are equipped with microwave ovens, and the unit itself has multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as limited channel DSTV televisions.
Wells House sleeps six people in three bedrooms, and Stanley, nine in three bedrooms. and Frankel House sleeps ten people in five bedrooms.

Satara 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.

Guests can also take in the Sweni and Patel Bird Hides, the weather sensitive Mananga 4 x 4 Adventure Trail, and screenings of wildlife films every evening bar Sundays. Seasonal kids educational programs are also available.

Facilities at the camp include activity information at the reception area, public telephones, post box, a Wimpy restaurant, deli, shops, laundromat, filling station, communal kitchens and bathrooms, basic on-site first-aid assistance, cutlery and plate hampers available from reception, a day visitor picnic area and boma on the perimeter of the camp, an eco information centre and amphitheatre, and a swimming pool with a children's playground. Cell phone reception is also fully available, as well as limited channel access DSTV televisions in the guesthouse.

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.

Satara Campsite has a designated day visitor area where day visitors and visitors from other camps can braai (barbecue) and picnic. As one enters the gate, it is reached by turning to the left.

Particularly noted for its selection of the big cats (lion, leopard and cheetah) Satara also offers a view of more general game, including rhino, buffalo and elephant, blue wildebeest, zebra, waterbuck, giraffe and the ubiquitous impala. Night time residents on the camp's perimeter include spotted hyena, with fruit bat sonar and the chirp of cicada and cricket adding to the relaxing evening ambience.

Surrounding vegetation on the basalt soils around the camp includes knob thorn and marula savannah . Westlying intrusions of ecca shales soil host very sweet grass, as well as Delagoa thorn thickets. N’wanetsi in the east lies in Lebombo Mountain Bushveld, on rhyolite soils, with prevailing tree euphorbia and red bushwillow.

Particularly prominent birds in the area are Red-billed Buffalo Weaver, Burchell’s Starling and Mourning Dove, the nighttimet Verreaux’s (Giant) Eagle, Barn, Scops Owls and Pearl-spotted Owlet, as well as the Square-tailed ( Mo za mbique ) Nightjar . Northwards, the open plains offer premium opportunities to view Montagu's and Pallid Harrier.

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:

• The closest airport to Satara is Eastgate Airport that is situated in Hoedspruit. The airport is approximately 68 km from Orpen Gate.

By Road - Orpen Gate:

• Head toward Nelspruit on the N4 and take the R540 Belfast turn off.
• At Lydenburg turn left onto the R36 heading north.
• 30 km before Hoedspruit turn right onto the R531 and head to the gate. Allow between 4 to 5 hours for the trip to the gate.
• Satara camp is 48 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!

GPS :-24.3976800 (latitude), 31.7777800 (longitude)

Recommended game drives from this camp:

1. Driving south from Satara on the H1-3, continue past the S126 and pass the Nyika Pan to the right. Take the next right turn onto the S125, which passes a baobab and continues along the N’waswitsontso River, before reaching a loop around the dam, close to the S36. You can take the S36 right to return to the H7.

2. Take the S100, just south of the camp, off the H1-3. Passing the Nsasane waterhole, take the S41 right at the T-junction and then take the next right, onto the H6 just past the Singita lodges. This will return you to the H1-3 to Satara, via the Sonop Pan and Shihangani waterholes.

To whom it may concern; We booked for 2 adults

P. Surber

Great, clean camp

Nico Smit

Everything ok at SATARA camp. A wonderful stay , we will return asap

Piero Ferrari

Again, a very pleasant stay in a clean and neat bungalow. All staff were always very helpful in a friendly manner. Look forward to another visit.

Brian Watson

Amazing

Elvene C

The accommodation was great and the camp is well look after.In fact , all the camps we visited was looking very good and all the Restaurant areas, is of high quality and a really plus for South African tourism.Thanks.

Hennie de Villiers

Bungalows need some maintenance but otherwise good.Restaurant OK.

MARIUS KUHN

Lovely location, wildlife close to river. Drought affecting wildlife away from water.

Gail Webster

This is our 4th visit to the park - first was 1996 - and we always stay at Satara and for the longest time if possible. It's our favorite place to stay.It's a wonderful very well run camp. It doesn't have the stunning views of Olifant, Letaba or Lower Sabie but inside the camp is very pleasant. The cottages are simple. spacious and extremely well designed - I would suggest the park use them as template.The shop is well stocked and well run and the restaurant - now a Mugg & Bean is nice and also well run.One of our favourite drives out of here is north to Olifants for lunch (another M&B with a stunning view) and the game viewing on the road never disappoints.Overall: Satara in excellent.

PETER MCGINLEY

Room was clean and nice.

Roberta DAngelo

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Camping (CK6)

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17 Mar 2017 — 31 Oct 2017 R 265 R 82 R 41 6 people
01 Nov 2017 — 05 Dec 2017 R 285 R 88 R 44 6 people
06 Dec 2017 — 15 Jan 2018 R 285 R 88 R 44 6 people
16 Jan 2018 — 27 Mar 2018 R 240 R 88 R 44 6 people
28 Mar 2018 — 31 Oct 2018 R 285 R 88 R 44 6 people
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01 Nov 2017 — 05 Dec 2017 R 330 R 88 R 44 6 people
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16 Jan 2018 — 27 Mar 2018 R 285 R 88 R 44 6 people
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17 Mar 2017 — 31 Oct 2017 R 1,220 - - 2 people
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- 2 single beds - Aircon - Communal Kitchen - Fridge - No Smoking - No utensils - Wc and shower

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01 Nov 2017 — 05 Dec 2017 R 1,310 - - 2 people
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01 Nov 2016 — 31 Oct 2017 R 1,355 R 240 R 120 3 people
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Bungalow (BD3E)

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Bungalow (BD2V)

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01 Nov 2016 — 31 Oct 2017 R 1,395 - - 2 people
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Guest Cottage (GC5)

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01 Nov 2016 — 31 Oct 2017 R 2,320 R 410 R 205 5 people
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Guest Cottage (GC6B)

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Stanley Guest House (GH9)

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01 Nov 2016 — 31 Oct 2017 R 4,310 R 690 R 345 9 people
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Wells Guest House (GH6)

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Frankel Guest House (GH10)

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- 5 En-Suite Bedrooms, each with 2 single beds - Aircon - Four bathrooms with wc, bath and shower - Kitchen - No Smoking - One bathroom with wc and shower

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