Whether you plan to stay in an intimate private, luxury safari lodge on the periphery of the Kruger National Park or one of the many overnight rest camps situated within the park, the consensus is clear that South Africa’s Kruger National Park easily earns its rightful place as Africa’s top safari destination affording it’s 1.8 million annual visitors easy viewing of it’s abundant wildlife.
Whether your objective is to tick off the Big 5 off your view list or getting up close to the dung beetle, overnighting in and around the Kruger Park will afford you the best possible chance of spotting your favourite animal and some.
A traditional South African safari is often described by first time visitors as being a life changing experience, leaving them dreaming of returning and of course this is one of the reasons that South Africa has one of the highest repeat visitor rates to the country in the world.
If you are travelling as a family, it is important to establish beforehand whether the safari loge or camp you are planning to stay in is kid friendly. For safety reasons, almost all of the unprotected camps do not allow children under the age of 12.
Our Safari Lodge partner’s establishments offer spacious, en-suite rooms, enabling visitors the opportunity to relax, unwind and focus on the task at hand, i.e. imbibing all that the African bush has to offer.
We have popular 3, 4, 5 and 8 day overnight Kruger Safari packages which we can combine with cultural village experiences which include interacting with villages, exploring their ways of life, dancing, eating and experiencing their delicious local beer. In addition to guided walking safaris, for twitchers, we can also combine your visit to the park with a professional, guided Kruger birding tour.