When one thinks of a safari in South Africa the Kruger National Park would certainly spring to mind. This is South Africa’s largest game reserve extending approximately 360 km (224 miles) north to south across the Tropic of Capricorn and averages 60km (37 miles) in an east/west direction. The Kruger National Park is renowned for sightings of the “Big 5” (Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino, and Buffalo). Although the main attraction of the area is the “Big 5” the Kruger National Park has a high biodiversity of fauna (animals) and flora (plants). The area is home to 53 fish species including 3 exotic, 120 reptile species, 151 mammal species, 2000 plant species, 520 bird species, over 50 000 insect species, 23 Spider species, 28 scorpion species, 23 tick species, 22 centipede & 22 millipede species, 85 mollusc (snails, slugs etc) species and 9 crustacean (crabs etc) including 1 exotic.
Accommodation in the Kruger National Park ranges from basic camping facilities to luxury lodges. Although the history of the Kruger National park dates back to 1898, in more recent times the fences between the Kruger National Park and the private game reserves on its western border have been removed. This plus the incorporation of Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park and Zimbabwe’s Gonarezhou have given rise to an area known as the Greater Kruger National Park. Tourism infrastructure in the Mozambique and Zimbabwe sections is still under development, but the private game reserves to the west offer some of the most luxurious and game-rich safari experiences on the African continent.
Please join us on one of our Greater Kruger National Park Safaris. You won’t be disappointed.

The Kruger Park and surrounding areas are high risk malaria areas.

All our Tours can be taken as a self drive option. Please contact us for a quote on a self drive option on any of our tours. Transport and guide related costs would not be included.