This small and delightful camp is situated in the south-eastern corner of the Kruger National Park, on the northern bank of the Crocodile River, from which it derives its name. Just a stone’s throw from the Mozambican border and Maputo, Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp in Kruger National Park is rich is local history.
The game viewing area is known as the ‘Southern Circle’ and is renowned for its concentration of different prides of lion with different hunting techniques and behaviour. It has an abundance of prides, herds, troops, packs and swarms. It is home to a larger percentage of the Kruger National Park‘s total rhino population.
Statistics taken from around the camp over a 6 month period have shown records of over 2000 lion sightings, just under 900 leopard sightings. Ample wild dog, cheetah and spotted hyena sightings have also been reported on an impressive scale!
The Crocodile Bridge Gate on the northern bank of the river is only 13 km from the town of Komatipoort, 12km from the Mozambican Border, and 77km from Skukuza Rest Camp.