Satara Cam

Satara waterhole live cam

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South Africa is an unbelievable safari destination, known and loved all around the world. From luxury safaris along the garden route to day trips in the bush, travelers come from far and wide to explore the natural wonderland.

While each experience is magical and unique, there’s nothing that can quite compare to a trip to the Kruger National Park.

Boasting incredible sunsets, impressive biodiversity, and unbeatable wildlife, Kruger Park is one of the largest preserves in Africa.

Nestled in the center of the reserve is Satara Camp.

Earning itself the reputation as the Kruger’s ‘cat camp’, visitors can expect exciting sightings on a daily basis.

However, even when you’re not out on a game drive, you can still enjoy the beauty of the wildlife by watching the SANParks webcam.

What to Expect From the Webcams at SANParks

Spotted hyena portrait, photographed near Satara, Kruger

There are two wild cams in Kruger National Park. The cam in Satara is positioned just outside the camp, at the waterhole. This gives people an opportunity to watch the teeming wildlife from wherever they are in the world.

Throughout all hours of the day and night, local animals saunter up to the watering hole to quench their thirst – providing wonderful sighting opportunities.

The park is best known for its impressive sighting opportunities of various cats. Including lion, leopard, and cheetah (if you’re lucky).

The grazing land in Satara is particularly fertile, as a result the area attracts large herds of antelope.

But that’s not all.

The Kruger webcam has also provided live streams of big buffalo herds drinking water and other wildlife happenings.

The following mammals roam Satara. So, regardless of where you’re tuning in from, keep your eyes peeled for:

Stay tuned on the watering hole and you may find a few feathered friends fluttering by. Or perched on a nearby branch.

The following birds are regularly sighted in Satara and could make their debut (or recurring) appearance on the park’s live stream.

  • Red-billed buffalo weaver
  • Cape glossy starling
  • Greater blue-eared starling
  • Burchell’s starling
  • Mourning dove
  • Martial eagle
  • Pearl-spotted owlet

The second Kruger National Park live cam is near Orpen Rest Camp. With another SANParks webcam in Addo National Park

Tell Us About Your Sightings

Satara means “lasting impression”.

As the third-largest rest camp in Kruger National Park, it’s no wonder that visitors keep returning to enjoy the wildlife and restful ambiance the park provides.

With so many wonderful camps in the Kruger perfect for exploring, the Satara webcam gives a sneak preview of what to expect.

If the live cam stream tickles your fancy, then you should book a custom safari experience to enjoy it first-hand.

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