Overlooking the beautiful Luvuvhu River in Northern Kruger National Park, Parfuri Camp provides both luxury and comfort in a region known for its regular sightings of leopards and Pel’s Fishing Owl.
Accommodations at the camp consist of nineteen designer tents and seven family tents. The thatched roof tents sit on raised wooden platforms and come with a king or two twin bed dressed in soft linens and big, fluffy pillows under a canopy of mosquito netting. The en suite bathrooms feature double vanities and both an indoor and outdoor shower. The family tents come with the same luxuries and sleep up to four people each. Every tent enjoys a small veranda for relaxing and viewing the wildlife and serenity of nature.
The camp is located in the northern most corner of world famous Kruger National Park in the Makuleke Concession. The remote location and absence of fences between the park and neighboring countries means there are less crowds to compete with and more wildlife to see than in other parts of Kruger. The lush floodplain between the Limpopo and Luvuvhu Rivers is home to a large concentration of elephants and buffalo during the dry season. One of Africa’s most well-known conservation areas, Kruger claims nearly 150 species of large mammals, more than any other African game reserve. The area is also rich in bird life with over 450 bird species found hereabouts including the Racket-tailed Roller and the Bohm’s spinetail.