Pafuri Camp lies along a bend of the Luvuvhu River shaded by enormous jackal berry and nyala berry trees. Its 20 tents are en-suite under thatch with indoor and outdoor showers. The main area, with its large decks, open-sided lounge and dining rooms and swimming pool, is perfect for relaxing and watching the wildlife drawn to the Luvuvhu to drink. The colourful fabrics reflect the culture of the Makuleke community with whom Wilderness Safaris has partnered at Pafuri. The camp and its walkways are raised off the ground, allowing wildlife to move undisturbed to and from the river.

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