Pretoriuskop Rest Camp offers self-catering rustic safari cottages and guesthouses. In addition to wildlife viewing in open safari vehicles, walking safaris and bush breakfasts & braais, guests can make use of the camp's outdoor swimming pool, the on-site restaurant, and its shop.
The famous granite dome which is known as Shabeni is near the camp in the south-western corner of the National Park. The Pretoruiskop lodge is the Kruger National Park's oldest rest camp.
The thatched units are air-conditioned and provide bathrooms with either a shower or bath. Some of the units feature kitchenettes. There is a range of family units to accommodate larger families and groups of friends travelling together. For self-catering purposes, there is a communal kitchen area for guests to make use of during their stay.
Travellers enjoy convenient services and amenities at this rest camp. There is an inviting swimming pool at the edge of the lodge for guests to use. Exciting daily safari drives and walking safaris are on offer. The camp features communal kitchens, braais, and ablutions. A petrol station, laundromat, curio shop, post box, store and public telephones are also available.
A stay in the Kruger Park would not be complete without enjoying the thrill of adventurous safari drives and walking safaris through the untamed African bushveld. Early morning and late afternoon safari drives provide visitors with the opportunity to encounter the 'Big Five' and many of the other animals in their natural habitat.