Stretching along the northern bank of the Luvuvhu river, near its confluence with the Limpopo in the far north of the Kruger National Park, you will find Pafuri Camp. Sheltered under thatch, the en-suite luxury tents all have sweeping views over the Luvuvhu. The communal area offers al-fresco dining, a bush bar, a swimming pool and plenty of space to laze about in the shade of the giant trees that overhang the camp. Breakfast, high tea and dinner are served on decks above the river. At Pafuri Camp, we invite you to return to yourself and set your own pace. Lounge on your private deck and watch the ever-varying spectacle of life drawn to the riverbanks. Lie in bed and listen to the symphony of the bush, chat to our staff, who will tell you stories about the ancestors – some claim you can still hear them playing their ghostly drums on moonlit nights. Visit the Makuleke villages and let the community entertain you with food, dance and song. And, of course, join our master guides in open vehicles or on foot to explore the wilderness.