Book your next holiday safari to South Africa’s largest and most renowned game reserve, Kruger National Park. You will get world class independent wildlife viewing and facilities, a range of quality accommodation to suit all pockets and untouched wilderness on nearly two million hectares of land stretching an incredible 20 000 square kilometres along the Mozambique border.
Best Safari in Africa
South Africa is proud of Kruger, larger than Israel and rated the best safari experience in the whole of Africa. Join visitors from all around the world who flock to the Kruger, in the Mpumalanga and Limpopo Provinces, all year round to see wild animals in their real habitats.
Find out more about how Kruger National Park became part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a peace park that links game parks in Zimbabwe and Mozambique with Kruger. See how fences have been removed to allow freedom of animal movement.
Luxury Private Lodges or Camping
Choose an upmarket, exclusive private game lodge if you want to be pampered and indulged in luxury while you game view. Or take a self-drive through the park over many days, stopping along the way to camp, book self-catering cottages or the comfy rest camps with their huts, bungalows, chic guest cottages and guest houses.
Great Infrastructure in Nature
You won’t be disappointed by the quality infrastructure of roads, water holes, hides, picnic sites, shops and restaurants for your entertainment and well-being. But the focus is on game watching and learning more about a disappearing habitat, on finding the trees, the insects, reptiles, birds and mammals.
In fact, Kruger consists of six uniquely different ecosystems – baobab sandveld, Lebombo knobthorn-marula bushveld, mixed acacia thicket, combretun-silver clusterleaf, woodland on granite, and riverine forest! The four regions (far north, north, central and south) are completely unique and don’t seem to fit under the label of ‘bushveld’ for their extreme contrasts.
Book your package tour to Kruger National Park, almost a country on its own and a must-visit for every South African and international traveller. Take only photographs, leave only footprints and respect what is left for the children.