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The Makuleke Concession, is a 24 000 hectare area in the extreme northern most sector of the Kruger National Park and is located on the banks of the Luvuvhu River. Mozambique and Zimbabwe lie to the north and east of this area which is also known as the Pafuri region. It is the larges concession in the Kruger National Park.
The Makuleke Concession, also known as Pafuri, is diverse area with breathtaking mountains, scenic and deep gorges, forests of Fever Trees and Baobabs, rivers, springs and open savannah. The Makuleke community who live just outside of the Kruger Park benefits directly from the Pafuri Camp's activities.
This area is well-known for the large concentrations of Elephant and Buffalo that are resident most of the year round. There are also resident prides of Lion and a healthy population of Leopard to look forward to. Elusive species such as Sharpe's Grysbok, Yellow-spotted Rock Hyrax and Sable Antelope are also found here.
Pafuri Camp offers safari camp lodging in 20 Meru style tents. These tents have en-suite bathrooms and are raised one metre off the ground. Pafuri Camp's dining and bar area are under a canopy of Ebony trees. The camp also has a large swimming pool and fully stocked bar with a good selection of South African wines. Dinners are served in a boma under the stars, on wooden decks overlooking the river or indoors under thatch.