Explore the famous Kruger National park where world class game viewing and learning more about fascinating habitats is the way to go. You simply have to experience South Africa’s best and oldest park which also offers visitors a quality infrastructure of roads, waterholes, hides, picnic sites, shops and restaurants.
Book a combined beach-bush safari in Mozambique and South Africa on a Kruger and Bazaruto holiday, seeing pristine beaches and Kruger. South Africa is proud of her largest and most renowned game reserve, rated the best safari experience in the whole of Africa. And Mozambique is proud of her pristine white beaches, her island archipelagos and her smiling, welcoming people.
Experience Kruger National Park’s unforgettable wildlife and untouched wilderness. All of this on nearly two million hectares of land stretching an incredible 20 000 square kilometres along the Mozambique border. To crown it all, Kruger is now part of the Great Limpopo Peace Park linking three game parks without fences to enhance animal movements.
Explore Kruger’s six uniquely different ecosystems – Baobab sand veldt, Lebomboknobthorn, Marula bushveld, mixed acacia thicket, Combretun-silver cluster leaf, woodland on granite, and riverine forest! Is this bushveld or is this something else? You decide!
Self-drive – a great option for private visitors to Kruger despite the presence of experienced tour operators. You can go camping or be self-sufficient in self-catering cottages. Or stay in comfy rest camps with huts and bungalows, upmarket guest cottages and lodges. Exclusive, private game lodges are there for real pampering if you need it.
This piece of African paradise is world-renowned for some of the best game viewing in Africa. It’s especially famous for its regular and almost guaranteed leopard sightings for guests on safari in South Africa. And it consistently produces some unparalleled big five safari experiences that are very difficult to beat. There are over 300 bird species, incredible vegetation and high game density’s, and Sabi Sabi just has to be on your safari bucket list. With no fences along Kruger south-west border game roams freely as it used to do hundreds of years ago.
Bordering the western flank of Kruger National Park the Timbavati Game Reserve stretches for close to 600 square kilometres and hosts an abundance of wildlife including the big five and plains game like wildebeest, kudu, waterbuck and giraffe. The mammal’s list in the Timbavati Game Reserve is impressive with over 40 mammals to be seen. As it’s a private reserve your game viewing vehicles can go off-road – so expect to get close and personal with the wild animals of Africa.
The world-famous Kruger National Park is the oldest wildlife park in all of Africa and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Africa. With almost two million hectares of African bush to explore, this is the ultimate big five safari destination. There is a great range of safari accommodation ranging from budget South Africa National Parks camping and bungalows to private five star camps and lodges. It offers some of the best game viewing in Africa and is a must to be included as part of your holiday to South Africa.