If national parks were animals, Kruger National Park would be the elephant grande dame - the matriarch that all the herds across the land look up to. From the point of view of its size, stature, age, and conservation efforts, Kruger National Park has few rivals. It’s also unique in the range of experiences and offerings it encapsulates as it harbours many of the most renowned game reserves in the country. Here, the Big 5 roam free, with a pride of lion slumbering beneath anthills, sleek leopards secreted in Marula trees, and stocky rhinos grazing in the grasslands. Birds delight birders in every corner, with 58 of the 83 southern African raptor species living within the park’s boundaries, along with a number of rare and endangered species. It’s Africa at her most beautiful and most diverse.
The problem will not be a lack of choice in Kruger – it will be an over-abundance of it. Enjoy extraordinary encounters with the elusive leopards of Sabi Sand Region, admire the ghostly presence of Timbavati’s rare white lions, recognise the brassy bushveld of Thornybush Game Reserve where many a wildlife documentary has been filmed, tread gently through the river-rich lushness of Singita’s wondrous woodlands, snake along the banks of the Sabie River in Lion Sands, and look through the window of god along the Panorama Route. Let us plan you the holiday of a lifetime in Africa’s most prestigious park. Get free, no-obligation advice and we’ll tailor-make your trip.
Sabi Sand Region
Sabi Sand is the Rolls Royce of Game Reserves. The Big 5 game viewing is second to none and the accommodation is some of the most awe inspiring around.
Timbavati Game Reserve
Within the borders of the Timbavati are some of the most luxurious lodges and some of the best game viewing in the country - oh, and it's famous for white lions - need I say more.
Kruger Private Concessions
Within the Kruger National Park large sections of land are leased to private operators that have created a few exclusive, luxury lodges that are managed in a similar way to the private reserves on the western boundary of the park.
Thornybush Game Reserve
At Thornybush Game Reserve your safari will be a life changing experience. With 11,500 hectares of pristine African bush teeming with bird and mammal species, including the Big Five, you'll be heading home with a grin broader than a Rhino's lip.
Balule Nature Reserve
Balule Nature Reserve offers a range of accommodation options to suit every need and every budget. The reserve can be accessed from three nearby airports or otherwise via a six-hour car ride from Johannesburg.
Manyeleti Game Reserve
Manyeleti Game Reserve is situated between the Timbavati Private Reserve, the Kruger National Park and the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.
Klaserie Private Nature Reserve
Amazing exploration and discovery awaits those who enter the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve. Experience the mystery and character associated with the wondering majesty of its daily animal visitors at some of the luxury lodges located within this great reserve.
Kapama Private Game Reserve
Kapama Private Game Reserve occupies a vast area between the northern Drakensberg mountains and the Greater Kruger National Park. It is the largest single-owner game reserve in the region.
Kruger Surrounds and Panorama Route
God's Window, the Three Rondawels, Blyde River Canyon, Pilgrim's Rest and Bourke's Luck Potholes are just some of the spectacular wonders in the surrounds of the Kruger National Park - a superbly scenic destination ideal for self-drive.
Singita in Kruger Park
Singita has long been revered as one of the leading forces in environmentally-conscious and sustainable conservation tourism. The two lodges at Singita ensure that they leave minimal impact on the surrounding habitats without compromising on luxury
Cradled by the Lebombo Mountains, Komatipoort sits at the confluence of the Crocodile and Komati Rivers, which forms a natural barrier between South Africa and Mozambique
Makalali Game Reserve
Makalali Game Reserve offers a safari experience away from the crowds of nearby Kruger National Park. The reserve is home to the Big 5 and an abundance of other animals. An array of activities is on offer, from game drives to hot-air-balloon rides.
Family-run and passed down through four generations, a visit to the Lion Sands Private Reserve is a delectable treat as the More family - after decades of first-hand experience - show visitors the African bush as they experience it.
South Africa’s Mpumalanga Province is home to the Panorama Route, aptly named for its endless number of stunning vistas and otherworldly splendour, a wonderful trail to take when making your way to the Kruger National Park
The Kruger National Park is the epitome of the African safari experience. Its high population of wildlife and incredible wildlife diversity is unparalleled elsewhere in the country. What better way to experience the African wilderness, than by spending a night in one of the park’s Rest Camps?
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