The 2nd People Development in Africa conference will be held at Skukuza Rest Camp within the world famous Kruger National Park, South Africa. The Congress will take place onsite at the international conference facility within Skukuza Rest Camp; convenient and state-of-the-art. The conference centre was designed to blend with the existing safari theme, while still maintaining a high level of comfort, complimented by up-to-date equipment and amenities. The centre is a walk away from all accommodation.

JvR ACP Conference facilities

Skukuza Rest Camp is well situated in the heart of ‘Big 5’ territory. The Rest Camp is fenced-in, making it safe to move about freely. Game drives or safari walks into the park can be organised for those wanting to go in search of wildlife. The camp overlooks the Sabie River where big game such as elephants are often found; there is also a high concentration of predators like lion, hyena and leopard. There are a few food options available at Skukuza. You can easily self-cater in your chalet (making use of the camp grocery store) or you can get affordable meals at the quick service café or restaurant.


The Kruger National Park is one of the great wilderness areas in Southern Africa and protects roughly 3 million hectares (an area larger than Belgium). The extraordinary diversity of life here includes the Big Five (Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion, and Leopard) and many smaller mammal and bird species. During your stay you will be given the opportunity to head out and explore this unique environment.
South Africa is a country of contrasting landscapes and cultures. Its’ people are united under one “Rainbow Nation” and recent events such as the 2010 FIFA World Cup has meant an improvement in infrastructure and tourism. We so look forward to welcoming you to our little part of African paradise. The Kruger National park brings you back to basics and gives you a wonderful wilderness experience.



Accommodation in the Kruger Park is functional and comfortable. The emphasis is not on the accommodation, but on the incredible location. Accommodation types range from tents to bungalows. Accommodating 2 to three persons in a room.

The welcome function and gala dinner are included in your registration; however the Monday evening is to do with as you please. You can either join us at one of the two different locations for dinner, or you can choose to take the night off and self-cater in your chalet. There are also a limited number of self-service campsites available at Skukuza Rest Camp. Please contact us for more information regarding campsite accommodation.

Please note that all prices are per unit per night, not per person (with the exception of the campsite).


Tent or caravan sites, with power point, communal ablutions and cooking facilities. (24-hour boiling water, electric hotplates and washing-up facilities). A maximum of 6 people are permitted per site. All campers will need to bring ALL of their equipment with them.

Safari canvas tents


2-bed permanent furnished canvas tents which include a fridge, standing fan inside the tent and a small veranda. All beds are single beds. Communal ablutions and communal kitchens are available. Note: there are only 12 of these tents in the camp.

Rustic Bungalows


Round–walled, single-room African-style units with thatched roofs, 2 or 3 single beds per unit, equipped with en-suite bathrooms (most with showers, but some with baths).

Bungalows with a River view
1 bedroom units, with en-suite bathrooms. These are great for couples attending the conference. The units each have two single beds or a double bed (limited), air-conditioning, kitchenette and River view. Please note that there are just a handful of these units in camp.

Family cottages

The family cottages are 2 bedroom units (sleep 4 people) with well equipped kitchens, and sometimes more than one bathroom. These cottages are held specifically for families travelling to the conference. Therefore, if you wish to bring your family along with you, we can offer you comfortable, convenient accommodation for the duration of your stay. Please enquire on registration.

Guest houses
These are large luxury units in prime positions, all with river views. They have well-equipped kitchens (with microwave ovens), multiple bedrooms and bathrooms. Limited channel DSTV televisions are provided. These will be kept for large groups – please send through your requests when registering.

  • Moni:  Sleeps 8, with 4 bedrooms (2 single beds in each room) 
  • Nyathi:  Sleeps 8, with 4 bedrooms (2 single beds in each room) 
  • Waterkant 1:  Sleeps 8, with 4 bedrooms (2 single beds in each room) 
  • Wild Fig:  Sleeps 12, with 6 bedrooms (2 single beds in each room) 

Accommodation Types and Prices


Accommodation types Cost per room per night
Safari Tents

  • Rustic canvas tents with either 2 or 4 beds.
  • Like camping but with beds.
  • Communal ablutions, communal kitchen.
Standard Bungalow

  • A round basic bungalow with either 2 or 3 beds, bathroom en-suite.
  • Some have a kitchenette, others share a communal kitchen.
R 1 310.00
River View Bungalow

  • These are slightly more comfortable than your standard bungalows. The units have a bathroom on suite, air-conditioning and a kitchenette.
  • The big plus is that these units overlook the River. LIMITED SPACE
R 1 815.00