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Biyamiti Bushveld Camp is situated next to the Mbiyamiti River, from which it gets its name and provides the visitor with an Out of Africa camping experience.

It is in the ideal location for spotting game, reclining in the shade of one of the scenic Wild Fig or Jackalberry trees, or enjoying a braai amongst the Delgoa thickets which are so prolific in this area.

Biyamiti is an intimate and secluded bush camp with access restricted to those who have reserved accommodation. There is no shop, restaurant or petrol station. The restaurants and shops at Lower Sabie and Berg-en-dal provide a wide range of commodities. 

Each hut has its own barbecue facilities and open parking is available.

Solar panels generate electricity for lights and fans only. Refrigerators do not have freezing compartments, but a communal freezer is available in the camp. 

Bedding, towels and soap are provided and the units are serviced.

Night drives are offered.

Accommodation

Two-bedroom cottages

(5 persons per cottage). Both bedrooms have ceiling fans, one has three single beds and the other two single beds. 

One bedroom has a bathroom en suite (bath, toilet and washbasin). There is a separate toilet and a separate shower and washbasin. 

The kitchen has a gas stove (with oven), refrigerator, sink, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. The diningroom is on an open veranda. 

One-bedroom cottages

(4 persons per cottage). The bedroom has two single beds and a ceiling fan. There are two bench- beds in the livingroom and a ceiling fan. 

The bathroom has a bath, toilet and washbasin and interleading doors to the bedroom and livingroom. 

The kitchen/diningroom is on an open veranda and has a two- plate gas stove (without oven), sink, refrigerator, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. 

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