Travel to These 5 SANParks Camps Now and Pay Later with

Consider visit the following 5 SANParks using's new payment method.

With the rising cost of living and mounting financial pressure created by the pandemic, planning a holiday in 2021 requires more foresight and consideration. This can present an issue when you need to break away from the mundane and get a change of scenery. To make it easier for you to travel in 2021 and beyond, has introduced a new payment option that makes taking a much-needed break that much easier. has introduced PayU, which offers credit options through RCS and Mobicred, to help you pay your holiday off in installments over 12 months. This deal is only available for bookings at SANParks camps.

To help you get started on booking the safari getaway of your dreams, have a look at the top 5 SANParks restcamps you can consider paying for using PayU:

1. Skukuza Restcamp


Location: Kruger National Park

The largest restcamp in the Kruger National Park, Skukuza, finds itself on the southern side of the Sabie River. There is diverse plant life in and around the camp and it’s common to spot animals such as warthogs, fruit bats, spotted hyenas, thick-tailed bushbabies, and purple-crested louries. The restcamp is also within Big 5 territory, so it’s also common to spot any of the majestic 5.

Skukuza offers a broad range of accommodation for people of different tastes and budgets. This includes safari tents, guest houses, family and guest cottages, semi luxurious riverside bungalows, and camping and caravan sites. There is also a golf course, a luxury spa, a library, a shop, ATM, an internet cafe, and a restaurant on site.

At Skukuza, you can go for riverside walks, game drives, wilderness hikes, and more.

Book Skukuza Restcamp here.


2. Mata Mata Restcamp


Location: Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

The Mata Mata Restcamp is one of Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park’s first three restcamps. Mata Mata is great for true adventurers. It provides self-catering accommodation, along with cooking facilities and a shop on site. It’s the perfect safari spot for those who enjoy self-drives and exploring nature on their own.

Bordering Namibia, Mata Mata finds itself almost engulfed by the Kalahari bushveld which is thorny in nature. This attracts many giraffes who have adapted to the dry conditions, so be on the lookout for these incredible long-necked animals. There is hardly any telephone or cellphone reception here for South African networks, so expect to truly disconnect and commune with nature.

Accommodation at Mata Mata ranges from single and family chalets to campsites, allowing you to choose a self-catering option that works best for you.

Book Mata Mata Restcamp.

3. Augrabies Falls National Park


Location: Augrabies National Park

Augrabies Falls National Park offers bungalows, chalets, cottages, and campsites for accommodation. Its amenities include braai facilities, a picnic area, a swimming pool, a shop, a restaurant, public telephones, and conference facilities.

‘Augrabies,’ called Aukoerebis by the Khoi, loosely translates to ‘Place of Great Noise’. This refers to the sound the Augrabies Waterfall, which is 56 metres in height, makes when the water crashes on the rocky ground. Expect to be surrounded by vast nature, including rocky terrain and diverse foliage at Augrabies Falls National Park.

In addition to the diverse plant life, birds, reptiles, gemsbok, springbok, and even black rhinos can be spotted at Augrabies.

Book a safari holiday at Augrabies.

4. Mosu Lodge


Location: Mokala National Park

Mosu Lodge is equipped with 15 self-catering units which include 2 luxury bungalows, 4 family bungalows, 8 self-catering units, and 1 universal access unit. All accommodation is fitted with high-quality wooden furniture. On-site is a restaurant, swimming pool and guest parking which is offered in front of the reception.

Mosu Lodge is surrounded by hills, giving guests a panoramic view of the landscape. Across the hills lies a sandy plain where tributaries are formed during the rainy season. Mokala National Park is home to the Camel Thorn tree species, also known as Kameeldoring. ‘Mokala’ is also the Setswana name for Camel Thorn, a tree that is central to the survival of the people within the area.

Activities to do in the area include bird watching, fly-fishing, driving on 4×4 trails, star-gazing, game drives, picnics, boma dinners, and more. You’ll most likely spot buffalo, kudu, eland, tsessebe, and springbok while you’re here.

Book Mosu Lodge.

5. Letaba Restcamp


Location: Central Kruger

Letaba Restcamp is located in the heart of the Kruger National Park. This restcamp is close to 3 major dams, making it an ideal accommodation for those looking to see wildlife up-close-and-personal. Amenities here include first aid and banking facilities as well as a petrol station.

There are guest houses, safari tents, huts, bungalows, and cottages available for accommodation. There are also camping and caravan sites for those looking for a more authentic safari experience.

Bird watching, game drives, bush walks, and boma dinners are some activities you can engage in. Letaba is also renowned for being the perfect spot for night game drives and it is also the perfect spot to view elephants and other Big 5 animals.

Book Letaba Restcamp.


If you’re looking to travel in 2021 and beyond, consider booking through to reap the benefits of PayU, which allows you to travel now and pay off your holiday later over 12 months through RCS and Mobicred.

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