You can have a meal in the restaurant of the Kruger Park (if attended) or do what most South Africans do: by your daily shopping like meat, bread, vegetables and wine in the rest camp, including some wood or charcoal and you can start ‘braaien’! Remember planning this, requires a bungalow with a kitchenette of kitchen.
Be aware: not all camps do have a restaurant. You can check this thoroughly on the website of SANParks. In case there is no restaurant on the camp, you can light a braai instead whilst there are always fireplaces available.
Depending on location and the type of accommodation in the Kruger Park, an overnight stay will cost an average of 30-60 euro per person.