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Napi Wilderness Trail

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Napi Wilderness Trail in Kruger Park

We went on an amazing safari trail walk through the Napi trails in the wilderness in Kruger... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Michelle C
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The Napi Wilderness Trail is the fourth of Kruger's seven Wilderness Trails we have been on and the... read more

Reviewed 21 January 2018
Joe J
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We went on an amazing safari trail walk through the Napi trails in the wilderness in Kruger Park. The guides (Raymond and Philemon) were outstanding. Despite negative reviews I’ve seen on TripAdvisor about Raymond all 6 of our party have nothing negative to say about...More

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Reviewed 19 August 2018

Fantastic concept, site camp, accommodation and food with a friendly and helpful cook. Spoiled by the guide (Raymond Khoza) who was disinterested, disengaged and rude. He ignored questions and requests and his appalling attitude really impacted on enjoyment of the trip. The website for booking...More

1  Thank palauka
Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

Having done 5 of these walking trails (= huge fan!) and always giving them 5 stars, it really pains me to rate this one with only 2 stars. First star is for the location and accommodation, and the sightings, which were superb. Second star to...More

8  Thank Miriam L
Reviewed 21 January 2018

The Napi Wilderness Trail is the fourth of Kruger's seven Wilderness Trails we have been on and the second in 2017. For the more adventurous travelers who want to have a true African wilderness experience the Wilderness Trails in Kruger simply cannot be beaten. Unlike...More

2  Thank Joe J
Reviewed 28 August 2017

Congratulations to the rangers for making this a memorable trip, sightings of Lions, leopards Hyenas, Jackal in addition to a great variety of buck and birds made for a wonderful 3 days. And the astronomy class in the evening by Julius, complimented by the good...More

2  Thank Flip v
Reviewed 15 August 2017

During our 3 week stay at KNP, this was our 2nd Wilderness Trail of the trip (our first was Sweni Trail). These wilderness trails were the highlights of our KNP experience and I would highly recommend doing at least one of them if you can....More

6  Thank ET78
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

We were lucky enough to spend three nights at Napi and to enjoy long walks in the bush expertly guided by Julius and Philemon. The walks are for a few hours but not strenuous and the experience of walking alongside the animals is remarkable. If...More

Thank Les055
Reviewed 5 April 2017

The Napi camp (max 8 people) is in a beautiful, secluded location and very comfortable. Tents have proper beds, hot showers and flushing toilets. The views from the tent balcony and the eating area are brilliant. The food was plentiful and really good. Julius and...More

2  Thank Diane B
Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

My favourite place by far in Kruger Park. Great rangers. Beautifully set out camp. Tents on-suite with great views. Wonderful birding and night sounds considering drought and season. Camp very clean and neat. Even in extreme drought we saw and learnt lots. We were all...More

1  Thank cloudcisticola
Reviewed 7 July 2016

This is a 3 nights stay in a very small, secluded camp not far from Pretriuskop rest camp with only 4 tents, 8 guests max with ensuite shower and toilet. Electricity is provided by solar panels, catering is fullboard and rather basic (prepared on open...More

2  Thank Klaus F
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In the afternoons there are mostly short walks like an hour. In the mornings our walks were very long (Sweni Wilderness trail), but I believe she can stay in the camp, because the cook always stays in the camp, so she won't... More
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