Return Africa Pafuri Camp

Wake up by the sound of roaring lions in the middle of South African nature
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“RETURN Africa’s origins lie at Pafuri in the far north of the Kruger National Park. It is there, on the ancestral land of the Makuleke people, they’ve build unique accommodation and a collection of superb safari experiences called Pafuri Camp… And I’ve experienced it. I’m in love with this place!”

The Makulekes lost their home under the apartheid, but they returned to this piece of the Kruger as the landlords, the business partners and the guides of the Pafuri Camp.

Pafuri Camp offers 19 luxury designer tents with en-suite bathrooms. The tents offer you an amazing view over the Luvuvhu River. To hot inside for a shower? Take the one on the outside and have a good shower while watching the elephants in the river in front of you. There’s a swimming pool for those incredibly hot days when you just need to cool off a bit.

Pafuri Camp is such an unique place. I couldn’t felt more at home so far away from home as I did here. Each day I woke up at 05:00 AM because of the singing birds or a roar of a group of lions. It sounds like a fairytale. The Pafuri camp is an unfenced camp. If you find it to scary to walk back to your tent at night, the guide will friendly assist you to your door.

How they see the world:
“REMEMBER: The land, the people, the wildlife, the things in life that matter.
RESTORE: The land, the natural balance, the dignity of people, our sense of self.
RENEW: Our minds, bodies and souls.”

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Anouk is a dreamer by day and night and forever on the search for lovely hidden gems, far away and nearby. She is still looking for the best pizza dough recipe & a killer Italian ragu sauce. She is in love with big cities and charming towns, but adores nature. You can find her food- and travel adventures on My Delicious Journey. For The Boho Guide she will explore the best boho food places and overnight stays.
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