Kruger National Park is a world-acclaimed safari tour destination and part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park between Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe – the world’s greatest animal kingdom. Game viewing’s best in winter (May to September) with mild temperatures and little rainfall; while in early spring (August to October) courtships duels, newborns and prolific birdlife can be seen.

There are rewarding self-drive routes to every corner of the park and twice-daily game drives from most camps, along with 7 guided wilderness trails, mountain biking and 4x4 routes from selected camps. Stay in a park-managed camp or one of the many luxury safari lodges on private game reserve concessions inside the reserve.

Besides the Big 5, lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino, see endangered African wild dogs; go on a bush walk – if you’re lucky you’ll meet the Little 5, leopard tortoise, buffalo weaver, ant lion, elephant shrew and rhinoceros beetle - or camp out in the bush; even be a ranger for a day, and discover the secrets of bush craft, animal tracking and game capture.

Kruger National Park Safaris
The Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s oldest and largest National Parks.  At least 147 mammals species, 507 bird, 336 trees, 114 reptiles, 49 fish and 34    amphibians have been recorded in Kruger, which is about 20 000 sq km – the size of Wales. Day trips or overnight trips can be arranged.

Hot Air Balloon Safari over Pristine “Big 5” Country
For a peaceful aerial perspective on the bush at sunrise, experience the magic of lighter-than-air flight over the private nature reserves
adjoining the Kruger National Park, or over the Lowveld section of the Blyde River.

Walking Safaris
Visitors are invited to get some African soil under their feet with a bush walk. This allows them to explore the environment with their ranger, learn about curative properties of plants and identify animals from their footprints and dung.

Elephant Back Safaris

Share in the ultimate African experience.  View tree tops, birds’ nests and giraffe almost face to face.  Sail high above the Bushveld and feel part of the environment, instead of being just a passive observer.  On elephant back, one is truly an integral part of the experience.

Horse Riding Safaris
The joy of riding a fine responsive horse through the African bush alongside a herd of impala or sitting in the saddle under the lofty stare of a giraffe bull is an exciting and memorable event.

Photographic Safaris
A unique opportunity to capture the beauty of Africa through a lens, in a country and area world renowned for its photographic prospects.  Your guide will introduce you to the Lowveld’s most breathtaking wildlife and scenery.



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