About Kruger National Park
The Kruger National Park is the flagship of South Africa’s national parks and rated as the ultimate safari experience.
By far the largest game reserve in South Africa, it is larger than Israel – nearly 2 million hectares of land that stretch for 352 kilometres (20 000 square kilometres) from north to south along the Mozambique border is given over to an almost indescribable wildlife experience. Certainly, it ranks as one of the best in Africa.
Safaris in the greater Kruger Park offers a unique range of luxury game lodges, activities and tours to make your wildlife experience nothing short of incredible.
From excellent opportunities for encounters with the Big 5 to the full diverse range of other indigenous wildlife, the area has it all.
Open vehicle game drives are the best way to get close to these majestic animals. Experienced rangers deliver once-in-a-lifetime moments.
Superb Safari Lodges
World-famous, highly rated private lodges abound in the area and the reserve, delivering the ultimate in luxury in a safari setting.
Night Game Drives
At night the bush comes alive once more as the nocturnal animals emerge. Vehicles are fitted with spotlights for optimal game viewing.
For complete convenience, most travel packages are all-inclusive and offers meals, drinks, activities and more as part of the price.
Explore Kruger Park AccommodationLuxurious Game Lodge accommodation in the greater Kruger National Park
Lion Sands Game Reserve
Lion Sands Game Reserve is a private game reserve situated within the greater Sabi Sand Game Reserve. It shares open borders with the famous Kruger National Park and is a...
Londolozi Game Reserve
Londolozi Game Reserve is a private game reserve situated within the greater Sabi Sand Game Reserve. It shares open borders with the famous Kruger National Park and is a prime...
Mala Mala Game Reserve
Mala Mala Game Reserve is a private game reserve situated within the greater Sabi Sand Game Reserve. It shares open borders with the famous Kruger National Park and is a...
Phinda Game Reserve
The Phinda Game Reserve and the 7 luxury safari lodges therein is widely regarded as the best game reserve in KwaZulu - Natal.
Sabi Sabi Game Reserve
The wildlife exploration at Sabi Sabi Game Reserve is authentic and luxurious. The private game reserve shares a fenceless border with Kruger National Park. The reserve offers comprehensive game viewing...
Sabi Sand Game Reserve
Sabi Sand shares a 50km unfenced border with Kruger National Park and offers the best wildlife viewing in South Africa. The area is divided into individual private game reserves, all...
Sanbona Wildlife Game Reserve
Sanbona Wildlife Game Reserve is blessed with many defining characteristics. You can still see rare examples of San rock art left behind by the area’s original inhabitants. Guests can experience...
Ulusaba Game Reserve
Located in the greater parts of Sabi Sand Game Reserve, Ulusaba Game Reserve is one of the private reserves in the region that shares borders with the infamous Kruger National...
Special offers on Game Lodges and Reserves that all offer excellent
game viewing opportunities. - the Big Five, the supporting cast of 137
other mammals and the plentiful varieties of birds for the serious bird
Rest your feet while going deeper and farther than you ever thought possible for up-close game encounters. The game drives leave just before sunrise, ensuring that you get to see the entire bush wake up. The feeling of excitement and being at one with nature is indescribable.
As the sun sets over the horizon, the African bush is awash with colours and sounds. The evening dawns and the nocturnal animals come out from their sleeping spots. Night time is when new adventures are to be had while on safari.
Booking a specialised photographic safari allows you the opportunity to concentrate on photographing the animals, comfortable in the knowledge that the other guests around you are as keen to capture the perfect shot as you are.
Healthy body; healthy mind. Of course, it means something different to each and every person, but at its core is the common desire to live a good life – physically, mentally and spiritually. Yoga sessions will take place on the yoga deck beside the people both at beginners and intermediate level.
What better way to work up a sweat on the various gym machines while looking over the bush below. A well-equipped gym caters to your need for physical exertion when the African pot begins to pad the hips and you have had adequate time relaxing on your deck.
Massages, skin & beauty Spa treatments, promises an aura cleanse, body balance & sensory experience. The perfect place to rest and relax, this haven of tranquillity offers the ultimate African Spa experience.
Returning to your camp after a successful evening game drive, you are greeted with the enticing sight of beautifully presented dining tables all encircling a roaring fire. Sitting down next to the crackling fire you are warmed by its dancing heat as the evening.
Dinner in the bush, is no ordinary experience and visitors are guaranteed to be blown away by the array of delicious meals, all of which are served to you in different locations. Delicious dinners eaten outside under gently lit trees are a wonderful experience loved by all.
The combination of wine tasting and safari could possibly be the match made in heaven we’ve all been dreaming about. Wine connoisseurs will appreciate the spectacular cellar wich collecting the finest South African wines and offering interactive wine tastings.
Wildlife of the Kruger National Park
In terms of wildlife, Kruger National Park is one of the world’s greatest national parks. The diversity, density and sheer numbers of animals are almost unparalleled, and all of Africa’s iconic safari species live out their dramatic days here, along with a supporting cast of 137 other mammals and over 500 varieties of birds. The only way you can experience the magnificence of the Kruger Park is to come and experience it for yourself.
The best time for wildlife viewing in Kruger Park is during the dry months of June to September when the vegetation is less thick. August to September is a recommended time as temperatures are higher than in mid-winter and the animals are concentrated around water sources, making for excellent game viewing.