Pafuri Collection. – A bridge over the Luvuvhu River, en route to Pafuri Camp. There were plenty of giant crocs in that river, let it be known. Read about my Pafuri Walking Trail experience here.
Pafuri Collection. – As seen on the top of the koppie at the Baobab Hill Bush House. I’m wasn’t sure what it was, but loved it. Since I’ve learnt that it’s an Adenium multiflorum, or
Pafuri Collection. – There’s one more accommodation option I’d like to introduce you to while we’re speaking about the Pafuri Collection. Rob Hicks, one of the consultants working at the Pafuri Camp, took me
Pafuri Collection. – I spent a night at the newly reopened Pafuri Camp. Situated in the Makuleke Concession of the Northern Kruger National Park, Pafuri Camp was previously managed by Wilderness Safaris, but after the
Pafuri Collection. – There’s something very humbling about being in an area that belongs to the wild. It’s more than just insight into how things were, even more than how they are meant to