Urikaruus Wilderness Camp

Reviews of Urikaruus Wilderness Camp

Excellent(92%) From 5 travellers
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Below are independent comments from 5 of our travellers who have visited Urikaruus Wilderness Camp, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Mr & Mrs VanZylrus
Arrived on: 18-Sep-2016 Stayed for: 4 nights
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Great camp

Really lovely camp. Staying here gives one the opportunity to drive up to Mata Mata and down to Twee Riveren along the Auob valley stopping at various waterholes along the way.

The waterhole in front of the camp attracts various inhabitants of the area. We were lucky to see the lion and leopard come to drink water from our deck.
We loved this camp and would definitely stay here again!

Food / activities not applicable.

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Mr M from Toronto
Arrived on: 10-Sep-2016 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Excellent
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Best area for game viewing

Urikaruus is situated in the best area for game viewing.

The accommodation is rustic but excellent value.

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Mr & Mrs T - Glasgow
Arrived on: 14-Dec-2013 Stayed for: 1 nights
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This was excellent!

the camp warden Eric was attentive, proud of his accommodation and kept the place beautifully
superb situation despite that we saw very few animals here we would return at the drop of a hat!

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Mr F and party - Portugal
Arrived on: 19-Oct-2011 Stayed for: 1 nights
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Urikaruus - an alternative to South Aoab

We stayed just one night at Urikaruus which served us to explore the south part of the Aoab river bed. This part of the river bed (from Kamqua to Houmoed) is extremely arid which means that the populations of water dependent antelopes and thus, carnivores, are sparse. Nevertheless we were privileged to watch two different troops of Meerkats, both on different days and at early morning hours.

The camp itself is very well located, with cabins overlooking a waterhole on the Aoab riverbed. Yellow mongoose was seen actively hunting.
The guard was helpful and attentive. The rooms were comfortable and clean, the kitchen very well equipped, and both with a nice balcony to the waterhole.

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Mr M & Ms O from Kidderminster
Arrived on: 13-Jul-2008 Stayed for: 1 nights
Overall:
Good
Good

Urikaruus Wilderness Camp review

NICE PLACE, GOOD LOCATION FOR MATA-TWIN RIVERS GAME DRIVES SUPPOSEDLY THE BEST IN THE PARK (NOT MY EXPERIANCE)

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