Written by Otto Saayman
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Berg-en-Dal is situated on the bank of the Matjulu Spruit with a view of softly undulating hills to the east. On the northern and southern sides dry riverbeds and a dam border the camp. There are large trees along the streams and dry riverbeds. Special care has been taken to preserve the natural vegetation in the camp.
Contact Information
Tel 013 735 6106
Tel 013 735 6107

Areas of special interest
In camp:
Rhino Perimeter Trail
The first section of the Rhino Trail in the camp is wheelchair friendly and accessible to all with very interesting stops along the way. Part of the trail also caters for the visually impaired with interesting Braille boards and other information.

Berg-en-Dal Restaurant The Restaurant is situated in the main complex over looking the dam. The Restaurant has large windows allowing the guests to enjoy the view whilst relaxing in an air-conditioned atmosphere. In the evenings guests may sit outside and enjoy the night sounds and the cooler fresh air. There is also a large boma which can be booked for braais (barbecue), private parties, and special events such as weddings and conferences.

Bush Braai A unique experience where guests are taken on an evening drive to a venue in the bush, away from all modern conveniences. Here they are treated to a traditional braai with the opportunity to play the African Drums.

The Rhino Shop Berg-en-Dal has a curio shop available in the camp that also has a supply of essential items for sale. All major credit cards are welcome.

Out of camp There are some very interesting rock art sites in and around the camp.
Berg-en-Dal is the only camp set in a rugged mountain environment and is built on the site of a prehistoric settlement

5 Things to seek White Rhino; Klipspringer; Leopard; Scarlet-chested Sunbird; Heuglin's Robin.

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