The Kruger National Park features 9 distinct biomes for visitors to explore
With a well deserved reputation as Africa’s easiest and most rewarding safari destination, the Kruger National Park in South Africa is Africa’s second largest game reserve with a massive 22 000 square kilometers excluding the thousands of square kilometers of private game reserves bordering the park. The park itself is the size of modern day Israel and only slightly smaller than Belgium.
The Kruger National Park is home to 507 species of birds, 147 species of mammals, including the famous big 5, 49 species of fish and over three hundred species of trees.
Unlike other parks in Africa, the Kruger Park boasts with an astonishing array of accommodation options from exclusive, tailor-made honeymoon options with suites offering spectacular views over Africa’s plains to luxurious private camps offering exquisite cuisine and service to self catering accommodation and even tented accommodation with basic ablution facilities.
It is important to note that day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring in their own alcohol to be consumed in parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas, on the roads at the gates or other public areas. Alcohol can now only be purchased at one of the many camps situated throughout the park.
Visitors intending to cover as much of the park as possible are advised to break up their stay into two to tree day stopovers as the Kruger park is simply too large to cover in a day or two. Slow and steady travel especially in the mornings and late afternoon offer the best game view opportunities. In this regard, we advise that visitors book a series of multi day stays, being based at two or three camps in difference areas of the park.
In addition to a number of popular day safari packages, Inn Africa Safaris offers visitors to the Kruger Park a number accommodation options as well as accommodation/safari options. We also offer cultural enrichment experiences as well as much sought after Kruger Birding Safaris.