The Outpost’s eco-
This exclusive use camp, perched along the Luvuvhu river bank, offers unparalleled views of the vast remote wilderness and river below. Cycle safaris are undertaken in what is arguably one of the most scenically beautiful and diverse wilderness areas in the Kruger National Park.
Ideal for small groups and families looking to indulge in their own private bush getaway.
The lodge is built with a contemporary and tasteful design that is emphasized by the beauty of the surrounding bush. The use of clean symmetrical lines and the lightest environmental footprint create a unique and environmentally friendly lodge of the highest standards.
On arrival guests are welcomed into the main building and are treated to the openness and extensive views that embody Pel’s Post. The modern bar is a focal point and defines the lounge and dining areas, which offer a cool relaxing alternative to the daybeds and chairs on the terrace overlooking the swimming pool.
The main building is connected to 4 stand-
Pel’s Post offers a variety of places to dine. Breakfast and lunch is served under cover in the dining area in the main building with views of the Luvuvhu River. Lunch may be served as a picnic out on safari (requested on arrival or upon reservation), under Baobabs or on the river banks.
Dinner is enjoyed either under the stars at the main lodge or on the deck next to the pool.
With almost 80% of Kruger Parks diversity , the Makuleke region, renowned for its birding, boasts abundant wildlife and unique topography
One of the few true wilderness areas left in South Africa, The Makuleke Contractual Park (Pafuri) is steeped in history and boasts vegetation so different to anything else within Kruger that one might be forgiven for thinking they were in central Africa!
The large trees in this area are often almost 50% taller than most baobabs, and, scenically, the area is diverse: with stunning mountains, shady, deep gorges, forests of yellow-
Scenery ranges from the beautiful, quietly-
The area is a favourite winter grazing ground for elephant from Mozambique, Zimbabwe and elsewhere in Kruger. Leopard love the thick bush environment and prey on the nyala and impala that feed close to the river. There is a large population of hippos and crocs at the confluence of the Limpopo and Luvuvhu rivers at Crooks’ Corner. Among the more unusual sightings in the Makuleke are the eland and Sharpe’s grysbok. The birding in the whole area is exceptional, with specialities being the Pel’s fishing-
Reserve: Makuleke Concession in the Kruger National Park
Cycling Info: The Malukeke Concession in the very north of the Kruger has to be one of the most beautiful areas in the entire National Park. Cycling in this area will take you through expansive Fever Tree Forests, along the Levhuvhu and the Limpopo rivers and up to Lanner Gorge. All of these offer mind blowing vistas and scenery. This is the epitome of the cycling experience.
Age limits: 12 years and up
Booking Basis: Booked on a per camp/ Per tour basis up to a minimum 2 and maximum 8 cyclists
Costs: Pels post is an excclusive use camp and as such as sold at a per camp rate regardless of how many guests are booked (guests accommodated can vary from 2-
What you get for your “Moola”: Not only is Pels Post a private camp, giving you total privacy and flexibility to decide how you want your day to run. The rates include full board and lodging as well as all drinks exception for premium wines and liquers. The lodge itself is fully staffed and as with all Ride Wild Tours you will also have 2 fully qualified cycling guides, and an additional ranger or tracker, accompanying you. You will also receive 2 funky Ride Wild cycling shirts each. Basic bicyle repair kits and spares, bicycle foot pumps etc will be available for you should you need them.. Not included in the rates are the Kruger Park Entrance/ Conservation Fees, transfers to and from the camp, bicycle hire, additional cycle equipment hire..
Accommodation Info: this exclusive use camp, perched along the Luvuvhu river bank, offers unparalleled views of the vast remote wilderness and river below. Ideal for small groups and families looking to indulge in their own private bush getaway.