KRUGER ACCOMMODATION

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OUR VOLUNTEERS HAVE SAID:

“Well organized and great structure of the programme. Loved the fact that the volunteering was combined with travelling”Anon

OUR VOLUNTEERS HAVE SAID:

“Very diverse range of activities, huge wealth of knowledge”Anon
ACCOMMODATION

All Out Africa has our own, dedicated campsite within the Lower Sabie site. Your accommodation is provided in two person dome tents, equipped with a mattress and pillow. You will need to bring a sleeping bag with you that is suitable for the season, it gets very cold during winter.

Lower Sabie has a shop, restaurant and swimming pool on site, which makes it a great location to relax in the hot summer afternoons or after a full day of game drives.

MEALS

Volunteers, interns and students receive 3 meals a day when joining an All Out Africa tour experience. These meals are provided by tour guides and are eaten together by the campfire in the evenings.

Breakfast is self-service from a selection of items including cereals, bread, fruit, yogurt, eggs and spreads. Lunch too is self-service from items such as bread, ham, cheese, salad and fruits. Dinner is a cooked meal which clients may assist with cooking on a rotational basis. Types of dishes served include pasta, stir-fry, braai (BBQ) and stew. Vegetarians and most food allergies can be catered for.

LOCATION

Kruger National Park is a world famous safari destination for good reasons! With an abundance of wildlife, the ability to see the Big 5 and great accommodation facilities it is a perfect choice for a true African experience. Kruger is nearly 2 million hectares in size and is home to an impressive number of species: 336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians – , 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 147 mammals.

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