The Kruger National Park enjoys iconic status around the world as home to some of the best wildlife experiences in Africa. This is the Africa you always dreamt of, endless savannah, dense undergrowth, golden sunsets and an incredible abundance of game.
Stay in a game lodge in the Park or our hotels outside offer guided game drives daily and provides a great base for your own self drive safaris.
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South Africa's Kruger National Park is the size of a small country and has been widely acclaimed for its conservation work as well as its prolific wildlife. The southern part is the most popular due to easy access and its excellent game.
There is an excellent network of sealed roads throughout Kruger, 4WD tracks and even cycling and hiking trails. The sheer diversity of wildlife means that every day another adventure unfolds almost before your eyes. It's important to remember that the theatre of life and death is all part of the experience; you might see cheetah stalking prey, a new born springbok greeting daylight for the first time or a herd of elephant against a flaming sunset. The photo opportunities are seemingly endless and this is one of the rare places in the world where you can truly feel at one with nature.
By far the best way to enjoy your Kruger experience is to take an organised game drive. The expert rangers will delight in sharing their knowledge with you and are well versed in tracking down even the most elusive of creatures. Most of the lodges include game drives in the price of your stay and you will find details of what's included in the lodge description.
Whether you stay in a luxury game lodge or self drive from the more basic rest camps, you'll enjoy a truly wonderful and memorable African experience.