Why Kruger National Park?
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Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park

South Africa

What We Love
  1. South Africa’s most acclaimed safari destination
  2. Some of the best wildlife viewing in the world
  3. Phenomenal Big 5 sightings
  4. Game drives, night drives & walking safaris
  5. Off-road driving for close-up wildlife encounters
  6. Luxurious lodges in the Kruger’s private reserves

Why Kruger National Park?

The Kruger National Park is South Africa’s most acclaimed safari destination & consistently ranks among the best of Africa’s parks & reserves.

Experience Roughly the size of Israel or Wales – just under 20,000 square km - the Kruger National Park spans 2 of South Africa’s provinces & is home to an abundance of wildlife, including the coveted Big 5 – lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo & rhino.

The park itself is, however, just one of 2 elements that make up the Greater Kruger, which also consists of Kruger’s Private Reserves.

The Kruger National Park is managed by the government parastatal SANParks & is open to the public while the Kruger’s Private Reserves run along much of the Kruger’s western, unfenced boundary & are privately owned & run.

These conservation-minded private reserves include the Sabi Sand, Timbavati, Thornybush, Klaserie, Manyeleti, Kapama, Balule & the Kruger Concession which is contained within the park itself.

Home to some of the biggest brand names in safari travel, these Big 5 reserves offer the perfect blend between exceptional wildlife viewing & luxurious safari living. Unlike the National Park, off-road driving & night drives are permitted in the private reserves, so here safari enthusiasts can expect fantastic, close-up wildlife encounters.

Activities Visitors get the opportunity to observe Africa’s magnificent creatures in the wild with twice-daily open 4x4 game drives & nature walks with expert-led guides. Game drives take place twice daily - once in the morning & once in the afternoon & evening so that guests have an opportunity to search for nocturnal animals with a spotlight. Off-road driving will take you straight into the action & ensure wildlife encounters of the highest standard.

When To Travel Winter (May to September, also known as the dry season) is the best time for wildlife viewing throughout the region. Vegetation thins during this time, so wildlife spotting is easy.

April & October are considered shoulder months & are also good for game viewing. During the rainy season, December to March – the bush is lush & it turns into a birder’s paradise.

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