South Africa :: Northern Cape (Kgalagadi)
Category: Lodging :: Lodge
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Bitterpan Camp situated within the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park.
It is small and exclusive with elevated reed cabins on stilts above the red sand dunes and stunning desert surrounding.
Power is supplied by Solar and gas, and there is no conventional plug points.
This is an unfenced camp and can only be accessed by 4x4 vehicles. Please bring own water and firewood.
The nearest shop and fuel is at Nossob and Mata Mata.
The guests are assured of an enjoyable stay as they engage in activities such as game viewing and 4x4 trips.
Reservations are advisable.
|Address :||107km or 02h31min SSW of Nossob, Northern Cape, South Africa|
|Contact :||Kgalagadi Reception|
|Contact 2 :||Sanpark reservations|
|Tel :||+27(0)12 428 9111|
|Tel2 :||+27(0)12 428 9111|
|Fax :||+27(0)12 343 0905|
|Email :||Click Here|
|Website :||Click Here|
|Cellphone Reception :||Nothing|
|Reception Opening and Closing Times :||07:80 till sundown|
|Rates Quoted :||Per Unit|
|Base Currency :||ZAR|
|Minimum Rate :||1495.00|
|Maximum Rate :||1745.00|
|Updated for :||2017|
|Comments :||Park Entry Fees: Locals ZAR76pp/pd; SADC Nationals ZAR152pp/pd;International: ZAR304pp/pd. (Rate info updated Sep-2017).|
|Payment Methods Accepted :||Cash, Credit Card, Electronic Funds Transfer|
|Languages spoken :||English, Afrikaans|
|Nearby Facilities :||Shops in Mata Mata and Nossob.|
|Is water drinkable? :||No|
|Accomodate Large Overland Trucks :||No|
|Game Viewing, 4WD Trails, Bird Watching|
|Notes on Activities:||Waterhole. (Some activities may be offered nearby).|
|Closest Town :||Nossob|
Only guests staying at Bitterpan are allowed to make use of the 4X4 road to Bitterpan.
No children under 12.
Guests must take their own wood and drinking water.
Travelling from Bitterpan to Mata Mata is about 2 hours.
TRUCKS & TRAILERS:
No trailers allowed in the camp.
Please note: Unimogs and Overlander trucks may not travel to Bitterpan Camp.
You are not allowed to collect firewood in the Kgalagadi.
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