One of the best-known and largest game parks in South Africa, Kruger National Park offers superb wildlife viewing opportunities. It’s a public park, so you can drive yourself in there. The private reserves adjacent to the Kruger extend the range of the wildlife and offer less crowded game drives, combined with upmarket accommodation.
Reasons to visit Kruger National Park & Private Reserves include:
Wildlife viewing in this region is at its best from May to October as it is dry so wildlife is easier to spot as the grasses die down.
Luxurious accommodation in the private Sabi Sands Reserve. Wonderful game viewing, great food & friendly service making it a perfect safari destination.
A small lodge overlooking plains in Sabi Sands Wildtuin, Kruger
Hippo Hollow Country Estate is set in lovely lush gardens just 10 minutes from Kruger National Park.
A luxury lodge in the southern Kruger Park.
Little Garonga offers spacious and exclusive accommodation in just 3 suites in a peaceful setting in Makalali Conservancy.
Fantastic game viewing on private land bordering Kruger. 3 camps to suit all guest requirments.
Motswari is a traditional bush lodge offering twice daily game drives and comfortable en-suite accommodation in the Greater Kruger Park.
Ngala Safari Lodge, in Kruger National Park, offers guests superb game viewing and creature comforts in a secluded setting.
Ngala Tented Camp is located just 2 miles from Kruger National Park and combines luxury accommodation with wonderful game viewing.
Exclusive game lodge in Sabi Sands Game Reserve, Greater Kruger.
Rhino Post Safari Lodge offers luxury accommodation in the heart of Kruger National Park for a maximum of just 16 guests.
Rhino Walking Safaris' Plains Camp and Sleep Out are excellent for anyone wanting a walking safari in Kruger.
Rissington Inn is ideal for touring the Panorama Route. An attractive location with large gardens and pool.
Time: GMT +2 hours
Flight time: There are daily flights from Europe to Johannesburg (about 10 ½ hours direct) and Cape Town (about 11 hours). There is also a good network of domestic flights connecting all main towns.
Language: English is South Africa's main administrative language and is widely spoken. There are also 11 official tribal languages.
Visas: Visas are not required for British passport holders.
Health: No vaccinations are compulsory. Malaria is found in certain areas (mainly Kruger and the east coast towards Mozambique), but not throughout the country.
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