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Ximongwe River Camp

Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Ximongwe River Camp is situated along the stunning Olifants River, in the Parsons Nature Reserve. The camp consists of a cottage called...
Ximongwe River Camp is situated along the stunning Olifants River, in the Parsons Nature Reserve. The camp consists of a cottage called the Hippo Cottage which sleeps ten guests. Hippo Cottage comprises of five bedrooms with double beds, two bathrooms with a shower and a bath, a spacious fully equipped kitchen, a lounge and a dining area. Ximongwe also offers guests a great viewing deck with a swimming pool. Attractions in and around the area include the Kruger National Park, the Olifants River Valley and the Makalali Conservancy.
from R860

Kapama Buffalo Camp

Sleeps 20 in 10 rooms

Reminiscent of a traditional African safari camp, Kapama Buffalo Camp offers a unique and intimate experience in the African bush. It is...
Reminiscent of a traditional African safari camp, Kapama Buffalo Camp offers a unique and intimate experience in the African bush. It is ideal for discovering big game Africa in true safari tented style without compromising on comfort. Ten luxury newly build canvas tents, each sleeping two, are set on wooden decks built on stilts over a steep-sided riverbank. Wooden walkways interconnect the rooms, which are all in the upper reaches of tall riverine trees. The river below rarely flows and antelopes are seen daily walking along the sandy riverbed. Each tented room has all the usual comforts of electricity, en-suite bathroom, safe, writing table, wardrobe, low impact climate control air-conditioner, mini-bar and tea/coffee facilities. The communal areas of Buffalo Camp are on the riverbank, where gardens of succulent aloes and euphorbia are tended around the thatched bar, dining room, pool terrace and campfire. But the thick African bush is just a glance away, inhabited by animals like lion, hyena and jackal whose calls can be heard in the dead of night. Lanterns, rather than electric lights, glow at night under the trees, creating a special intimate ambience particular to Buffalo Camp. With a maximum of 20 guests at Buffalo Camp, special attention is paid to personal service and the staff become like friends. Kapama Buffalo Camp is a truly authentic way to experience the African bush.
from R7200

Kapama Southern Camp

Sleeps 56 in 25 rooms

Southern Camp is situated in the newly acquired southernmost section of Kapama Private Game Reserve; previously known as Hongonyi. ...
Southern Camp is situated in the newly acquired southernmost section of Kapama Private Game Reserve; previously known as Hongonyi. Southern Camp offers guests an affordable safari experience where they can enjoy basic luxury accommodation accompanied by warm hospitality and friendly service. Southern Camp offers 10 Standard Rooms with showers and 15 Suites, each with a full en-suite bathroom and luxurious interiors. Rooms are equipped with air-conditioning and insect screens, and designed for peaceful relaxation and comfort. Guests will delight in quality traditional meals served buffet style. Breakfast and lunch are served in the dining room with dinner served in the open-air boma around an open fire, weather permitting.
from R7500

Kapama Karula

16 Reviews
Sleeps 28 in 12 rooms

Set on the banks of the Klaserie River, which flows throughout the year, the seven luxury tents and five exclusive suites that make up...
Set on the banks of the Klaserie River, which flows throughout the year, the seven luxury tents and five exclusive suites that make up Kapama Karula – "the place of peace" – are in every way true to their name. The river glides smoothly forming sparkling pools that attract smaller riverine animals and a myriad of birds in every season. This extraordinary camp, based on the recently acquired Gwalagwala Camp, has now been rebuilt into one of the finest camps in many respects. Consisting of seven luxury air-conditioned tents and five large exclusive suites that are the epitome of luxury, each with a his and hers basin, inside and outside shower and sliding glass doors that will wrap around the suite to offer the guest the opportunity to have unrestricted views onto one of the most sought after locations – the Klaserie River.
from R15500

Hoyo Hoyo

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Hoyo Hoyo is one of Africa's most innovative game lodges where you can experience a uniquely African way of life. It is an earthy,...
Hoyo Hoyo is one of Africa's most innovative game lodges where you can experience a uniquely African way of life. It is an earthy, traditional Tsonga styled lodge set on the banks of the Mluwati River in the Kruger National Park, and offers luxury accommodation in six beautifully furnished huts linked by sand pathways, surrounding a central village boma. Here the staff, in traditional Tsonga dress, will entertain you with storytelling around the fire at night. You can also marvel at game running wild in the vast plains to the north, making your safari adventure complete. The combination of the bush, traditional cuisine, the warmth of the accommodation, together with the opportunity to witness the lifestyle and culture of the Shangaan people, ensures an unforgettable safari experience. Please be advised that the gate entry fees are not included in the rates. Gate entry is now R45.00 per person per stay on entering the Kruger National Park.
from R5340

Mananga Private Bush Retreat

2 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Mananga Private Bush Retreat offers both the business and leisure traveller elegance, tranquillity...
Mananga Private Bush Retreat offers both the business and leisure traveller elegance, tranquillity and a magnitude of activities in the midst of the renowned Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve and the Kruger National Park. Mananga Private Bush Retreat is located on a private wildlife estate next to the Protea Hotel Kruger Gate. Mananga offers a luxurious bush experience, authentically designed and decorated with two beautifully designed en-suite bedrooms, fully equipped kitchen, lounge and patio, set beautifully in the heart of the African bush with prolific birdlife and general game. For your convenience breakfast and dinner can be booked at the Hotel. This owner-managed establishment offers tailor-made safari packages, each uniquely developed to suite your individual requirements, making each moment memorable. At Mananga Private Bush Retreat, we endeavour to make you feel at home. Informative welcome packs are prepared and reservations can be made for transfers, restaurants, safaris, Panorama Tours and adventure activities. Safaris are done in an open safari vehicle with an experienced guide. Day trips or multiple day tours are done in the renowned Kruger National Park, only 800 meters away. Overnight Safaris in the Kruger Park are also available. Fly in to Skukuza's new airport and we will gladly collect you and transfer to the retreat only 15 km away. The Panorama Route with its spectacular view points, like God`s Window and the Bourke`s Luck Potholes, Three Rondawels, Blyde River Canyon and beautiful waterfalls are a must see during your stay, private tours can be arranged prior to arrival.
from R3200

Kapama River Lodge

5 Reviews
Sleeps 132 in 62 rooms

The Northern Drakensberg Mountain range provides a majestic backdrop to the largest private game lodge in the Greater Kruger National Park...
The Northern Drakensberg Mountain range provides a majestic backdrop to the largest private game lodge in the Greater Kruger National Park region. Kapama River Lodge is situated within Kapama Game Reserve, and presents the perfect blend between luxurious accommodation and with 44 bedrooms, generous bed capacity. Each of the spacious rooms features a full en-suite bathroom and enjoys uninterrupted views of this game rich reserve. The central guest entertainment areas include a tiered swimming pool, lounge, curio shop and boma. Meals are of a buffet style and offer a variety of pan African dishes. Kapama River Lodge presents numerous package options allowing guests various choices in designing their safari experience. Packages range from a dinner, bed and breakfast option to a fully inclusive experience including dawn and evening safaris in open landrovers conducted by qualified rangers. Guided walks are also available. The lodge has been created mindful of the need to accommodate large, private game lodge incentive groups, and provides numerous incentive activities including ‘the Amazing Race, hot air ballooning and team building activities. Kapama Game Reserve is located in close proximity to Eastgate Airport with the lodge providing open vehicle transfers. Kapama's location in the central Lowveld region creates the perfect base from which to explore the numerous nearby attractions.
from R5600

Singita Castleton

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Formerly the family home of Singita founder Luke Bailes’ grandfather, Singita Castleton is an exclusive lodge set within Singita Sabi Sand,...
Formerly the family home of Singita founder Luke Bailes’ grandfather, Singita Castleton is an exclusive lodge set within Singita Sabi Sand, a privately owned game reserve in the Sabi Reserve. The lodge can accommodate up to 12 guests and consists of a main house with communal living spaces, and lodgings in six individual en-suite cottages within the grounds. There is free Wi-Fi access, TV with DStv and a DVD player in the main house, a spa treatment room and a private gym. There is also a private tennis court, a swimming pool on the front lawn overlooking the Castleton dam, and a private boma with an uninterrupted view of the watering hole. Laundry and valet services are available, as well as road transfers to and from Singita airstrip. During their stay guests can experience Land Rover safaris, mountain biking and bush walks accompanied by an experienced guide. They are likely to spot a great variety of wildlife, including species such as leopard, lion, rhino and large herds of buffalo.
from R128010

Simbavati River Lodge

Sleeps 29 in 11 rooms

Simbavati River Lodge is an intimate and friendly camp built on the banks of the Nhlaralumi River in the heart of the world famous...
Simbavati River Lodge is an intimate and friendly camp built on the banks of the Nhlaralumi River in the heart of the world famous Timbavati Private Nature Reserve. Shaded by age old Jackalberry and Leadwood trees, Simbavati is warm and welcoming, with a generous contemporary design and accommodation for up to eighteen guests in luxury tented rooms or thatched chalets. Simbavati takes its name from the local Shangaan language, translated as “the place where the lions come down from the stars”. The focus of the lodge is on the excellent Big 5 game viewing, breathtaking views, friendly and knowledgeable staff in an environment where guests are made to feel comfortable and relaxed from the moment they arrive.  Simbavati River Lodge situated is in the northern sector of the Timbavati Nature Reserve, surrounded by over 12 000 hectares of wildlife rich wilderness in which 4 Star lodge is contemporary, warm and welcoming. Guest common areas offer a generously proportioned lounge, bar, boma and extensive decks with breathtaking views overlooking the Nhlaralumi river where regular wildlife sightings take place and guests can unwind. There's also a small plunge pool for relaxing during the heat of the day, an activity area to keep children occupied, and a secluded spa retreat for a pampering massage. Accommodation consists of four luxury tents and three chalets. All are privately situated and comfortably furnished with eco-friendly air-conditioning and en-suite facilities. Early morning coffee and tea with rusks are provided. After the morning game drive, brunch is served outside on the wooden deck with hot beverages and an English buffet, whilst high tea is served just before the afternoon game drive. Dinner is a festive event, alternatively served around the campfire in the open air boma or in the thatched restaurant. Dinner combines African and Western cuisine. The fully-licensed bar caters for alcoholic beverages and includes a wide selection of fine South African wines. Simbavati River Lodge is an uncomplicated and down to earth safari experience and guests are encouraged to relax and feel at home. The lounge area is the perfect place to relax on a comfortable couch with a book from the in-house library or doze off on an afternoon siesta. During the mid-day heat, recline in a sun lounger or take a dip in our swimming pool. Children are catered for with an activity plan or increase their wildlife knowledge with a large selection of books at their disposal. The lodge has a curio shop in which to buy any necessities forgotten at home, or an African memento to remind you of your visit to Simbavati River Lodge. Simbavati River Lodge offers game drives in the early morning and evening to ensure game viewing when the animals are most active. Game drives are conducted by experienced rangers and Shangaan trackers in open 4X4 vehicles, with excellent photographic opportunities. You traverse over 12,000 hectares of the Big 5 game country, with lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo, as well as other species such as kudu, zebra, warthog, giraffe, monkey to name a few. Nocturnal animals, including the big cats, are regularly sighted on night drives. Bird viewing is spectacular. Over 360 recorded species including various eagles, vultures, kingfishers, woodpeckers, buzzards, herons, egrets, owls, weavers. The Timbavati Private Nature Reserve was initiated in 1956 by a group of land owners concerned about the degradation of this once pristine wilderness area. Timbavati is dedicated to conservation by maintaining the biodiversity of species and is also involved in different research projects. The Timbavati Game Reserve is one of the few places in the world where you have the opportunity to see the unique white lion in their natural environment. The resident lion prides of the Timbavati carry the recessive gene "chinchillia' that is responsible for this unusual anomaly. Just recently, two white lions were born into resident prides, and lucky guests have a good chance of seeing these cubs whilst visiting Simbavati. Children of all ages are welcome at Simbavati. Only children of six and older are allowed on game drives, unless the family books a private land rover. Private land rovers can be arranged, subject to availability at an additional R1000.00 per game drive of three to four hours. The third and fourth persons staying in a Family Chalet are charged separate rates, as well as children under the age on 12 years.
from R4725

Buhala Lodge

5 Reviews
Sleeps 34 in 17 rooms

Buhala Lodge is an enchanting colonial style thatch roof lodge, situated on the Southern banks of the Crocodile River. The ample outdoor...
Buhala Lodge is an enchanting colonial style thatch roof lodge, situated on the Southern banks of the Crocodile River. The ample outdoor veranda space, provides all guests an opportunity to relax and dine outside while admiring gorgeous views of the Kruger National Park, and all the wild life splendor it has to offer. Members of the Big 5 are frequent visitors to our property along with many other species such as a variety of antelope. The lodge is a family owned and run business which focuses on guest comfort and relaxation paired with all the luxury you would expect. A fully licensed restaurant and bar is situated at the main building. Buhala Lodge is well known for fine cuisine and our exceptional wine list showcasing only the finest South African wines. Meals are served either al fresco on our veranda, or in our gracious dining room and the whole ambiance is one of casual elegance. Our guests have the rare opportunity to play golf at the exclusive Leopard Creek Golf Course. The golf course, usually reserved for members only, offers players a wildlife experience while challenging their golfing skills on South Africa’s number one golf course. Safari’s into the Kruger National Park are arranged and done by our very experienced guide. Early morning walks and even night drives can also be arranged as well as any and all transfers that might be needed. Our open deck bush spa with sweeping views over the Kruger National Park and the Crocodile River, provide a variety of treatments for those who wish to relax after a long day.
from R3825

Hamiltons Tented Camp

1 Review
Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Named after Colonel Stephenson Hamilton, who was instrumental in establishing the world-famous Kruger National Park, Hamilton's Tented Camp...
Named after Colonel Stephenson Hamilton, who was instrumental in establishing the world-famous Kruger National Park, Hamilton's Tented Camp reflects a safari adventure of the early 20th Century, where grace and style were the epitome of luxurious living. Hamilton's is an authentic tented camp in true 'Out of Africa' tradition that offers six tents complete with hip baths, flowing mosquito nets and an open tented lounge and dining area, all perched on a magnificent deck. Raised walkways among ancient jackalberry trees, and star-filled skies add to this African camping experience. Please be advised that the gate entry fees are not included in the rates. Gate entry is now R45.00 per person per stay on entering the Kruger National Park.
from R5240
Leopard Hills, built on a hill overlooking a natural waterhole and close to the perennial Sand...
Leopard Hills, built on a hill overlooking a natural waterhole and close to the perennial Sand River, lives right up to its name. It traverses over 10,000 hectares of the world-renowned Sabi Sand Game Reserve which forms part of the greater Kruger National Park ecosystem, which covers an area of 2.2 million hectares. With only eight beautifully appointed suites, Leopard Hills offers as much privacy as you could wish for. Each of the luxurious glass fronted suites has superb views of the bushveld beyond while air-conditioning and overhead fans provide added comfort against the African summer heat. Romantic bathrooms include Victorian ball and claw baths, double indoor and outdoor showers and windows opening onto glorious views of the African bush. The private verandahs and heated rock plunge pools are the perfect venues for relaxing with a drink from the fully stocked minibar. What could be more enchanting than a private dinner served on the deck of your suite? While on safari, or out walking, you will discover some of the endlessly fascinating small creatures of Africa. These are just a few of the amazing encounters awaiting you! Back at camp you will find the highest standards of service and delicious cuisine and not least of all a warm, friendly atmosphere which is the special feature of Leopard Hills.
from R23000

Simbavati Hilltop Lodge

Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Simbavati Hilltop Lodge is situated within the world renowned and beautiful Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, which forms part of the...
Simbavati Hilltop Lodge is situated within the world renowned and beautiful Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, which forms part of the Greater Kruger Park, and guarantees an exclusive, authentic and unforgettable African safari experience. Enjoy magnificent views of the bush, the Nhlaralumi River and the distant foothills of the Drakensberg Mountain Range from the vantage point of the beautiful small koppie on which the lodge is situated. Accommodation is pure African safari, and comprises of individual pavilion-style luxury tents, arranged to create a unique village feel. Each suite comprises two individual tents; one for the main bedroom, and a separate bathroom, which is linked by a passage that can be opened up on one side, allowing for an indoor or private outdoor shower experience. Privacy is guaranteed thanks to the careful placement of the tented-suites, ensuring a tranquil and intimate stay. Some of the private suites are situated to avail of the breath taking views, and are therefore accessible via steep stairs. For the mobility impaired, please ensure that you stipulate your needs when booking. The lodge offers Big 5 game activities in the early morning and late afternoon or evening, taking advantage of the time of day that the animals are naturally most active. Nocturnal creatures, including the big cats, are regular sightings at night. Currently over 40 mammal species are listed as resident in the Timbavati, including the Big 5, as well as endangered species including wild dogs and cheetah. There is an abundance of bird life, with a total of 360 species of bird listed.
from R10000

The Outpost

Sleeps 24 in 12 rooms

The Outpost lies in the Makuleke Contractual Park, a vast and remote wilderness area bordered to the north by the Limpopo River and...
The Outpost lies in the Makuleke Contractual Park, a vast and remote wilderness area bordered to the north by the Limpopo River and Zimbabwe and to the east by Crooks Corner and Mozambique. The Big 5 Makuleke Contractual Park measures some 26,500 hectares and is well known for its abundant wildlife including less common species not evident in the southern and central regions of the park. The design uses simple, clean lines, combining elements of steel, concrete and open space. The Outpost emphasises its beautiful surroundings but blends into, and preserves the wilderness that is its home. Accommodation consists of 12 unique and modern stand-alone open plan en-suite Luxury Suites offering spectacular panoramic views of the river and bush below.
from R11400
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Camp Jabulani

Sleeps 16 in 7 rooms

20% Discount for early booker   Camp Jabulani, proud member of the Relais and Chateaux Association, situated on Kapama Big 5 Private Game Reserve, was conceptualized to...
Camp Jabulani, proud member of the Relais and Chateaux Association, situated on Kapama Big 5 Private Game Reserve, was conceptualized to sustain twelve orphaned and abandoned elephants. The intimate environment is designed to blend seamlessly with the surrounding bush. The wooden deck which lies in the shade of gigantic leadwood tree and the impressive hanging bridge connects the living areas with the suites. The Camp has only six suites - never more than 12 guests, whilst the exclusive Zindoga Villa is suited to the family traveller, or the client who prefers the more exclusive experience. Some of Camp Jabulani's notable offerings include the daily elephant back safaris, safari drives in the Kapama Big 5 Private Game Reserve, visits to the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre, indulgent treatments in the outdoor Therapy Lapa, gastronomic delights at the hands of the masterful culinary team, and hot air balloon excursions over the reserve. The lodge is easily accessible via road, via daily scheduled flights from Johannesburg, or via private charter flights. Each of the six luxury suites is remote and private. Massive wooden sliding doors present interiors which are a pure translation of style, comfort, elegance and overall - an appreciation of the natural environment. Pure cotton sheets, massive stone tubs, an outdoor glass-enclosed shower, a fireplace with a separate lounge area, and a private plunge pool complement each of the rooms. Suites are also equipped with a mini-bar, safe, hairdryer and electric blankets. Comfort is ensured by the 24 hour temperature control and overhead ceiling fan. The windows allow for uninterrupted sunshine, and views of the surrounding bush. In the evenings, cosy lighting, a blazing fire and a welcoming bed draw to a perfect close another day in Africa. A completely self-contained facility, the Zindoga Villa is a palatial replica of Camp Jabulani's style and elemental premise. Two individual suites are connected by a joint lounge and dining area. Each unit has a massive bedroom with bathroom en-suite; including glass enclosed shower, wooden deck, and a private heated plunge pool. One of the suites also has a charming twin room, with private bathroom, for two children sharing and can accommodate children of all ages. The suites are separated by an interleading door. The Zindoga Villa has wireless internet connectivity throughout for those who need to be connected to business or home, and is serviced by its own dedicated team - including ranger (and private vehicle), chef and butler. Elegance, grand open spaces, luxurious finishes, and a harmonious union with the African wild are the order of the day. Camp Jabulani has a dedicated team of caregivers on hand to take care of children should parents wish to enjoy an elephant-back safari, a dip in the private plunge pool, or dine in the main camp environment. A specially tailored kiddies menu is available for children, which is sure to appeal to even the most discerning palate! Camp Jabulani's Children's Programme has a host of exciting activities that will keep youngsters entertained for hours, while teaching them all about Africa's diverse wildlife. Daily activities include elephant excursions, of which Camp Jabulani offers the only night-time elephant back safari in the world, game drives in open safari vehicles, a visit to the world renowned Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre and guided bush walks, accompanied by experienced game rangers and expert elephant handlers.
from R14400

Kings Camp

Sleeps 24 in 9 rooms

Kings Camp is situated in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve adjacent and open to the Kruger National Park. It is positioned on the edge...
Kings Camp is situated in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve adjacent and open to the Kruger National Park. It is positioned on the edge of a savannah plain scattered with acacia trees, offering gracious hospitality in a unique romantic ambience. It invites guests to relax in fine colonial style. The camp offers a choice of nine spacious Luxury Suites, two exquisite Honeymoon Suites and the Waterbuck Private Camp for ultimate privacy. Three meals are served daily and we offer two game drives per day with refreshments and optional walking safaris which are included in the rates. The Waterbuck Private Camp offers the ultimate private safari experience and is ideal for a group of eight. This four-bedroom villa is fully equipped for self-catering and comes with its own Land Rover and game ranger, as well as a personal butler and chef to take care of your every need. This camp is situated on the banks of the dry Nhlaralumi River and offers great views of the bush with excellent game viewing opportunities. Guest can enjoy their meals in the dining room which offers stunning views of the bushveld. Relax in the comfortable lounge, enjoy a drink in the bar or cool off in the swimming pool and relax around the traditional boma at night to watch the millions of stars while listening to the sounds of the game reserve. Souvenirs can also be bought at the curio shop.
from R14000

Imbali Safari Lodge

Sleeps 24 in 12 rooms

Imbali Safari Lodge is an exclusive lodge within the world-renowned Kruger National Park and continues the safari tradition of a bygone...
Imbali Safari Lodge is an exclusive lodge within the world-renowned Kruger National Park and continues the safari tradition of a bygone era. Redolent of a hunting lodge, Imbali Safari Lodge is the central point within the Imbali Safari concession, offering accommodation in spacious, private chalets each furnished in understated luxury and overlooking the Nwatsitswonto riverbed. Please be advised that the gate entry fees are not included in the rates. Gate entry is now R45.00 per person per stay on entering the Kruger National Park.
from R5740
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    Kruger National Park South Africa

    Kruger National Park  Accommodation

    The Kruger National Park, which measures a whopping two million hectares, is approximately the size of the whole of Wales. Although there are still fences between parts of the Kruger National Park and Mozambique and Zimbabwe, so the planned Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park is not quite yet a reality. When it is, it will be spectacular. Actually, Kruger already is.

    Most of the park is situated in the Lowveld. Restricted to broad valleys below 1000m above sea level, the Lowveld is what many people consider to be the 'real' Africa. In this low-lying subtropical climate, broad-leaved trees and thorn trees co-exist happily in relatively open woodland, interspersed with long grass – and, of course, game. Wildlife abounds.

    In the far north, it gets hotter and the vegetation changes to mopane woodland and, right in the northern part of the country, huge baobab trees dominate the landscape. The rivers here tend to be broad and slow moving and may consist of no more than a few unconnected pools at the end of the dry season but that's when the game congregates around the few known water sources – so it all evens out.

    You may have heard the cynical remark that Kruger is 'too developed' with loads of town-like camps and other infrastructure. Well, yes. The park does have a number of good accommodation options – more than 20 SANParks camps and a few private luxury lodges as well. That may sound like a lot – but remember that Kruger is the size of Wales – and in all that space there is one town – the main camp, Skukuza, is virtually a small town – about a dozen tiny hamlets with less than a hundred families and a few out of the way camps that would probably relate to a small farmstead. That leaves an awful lot of real wilderness.

    Kruger lions

    You can do Kruger as a self-drive or as a guided tour. Other exciting options include walking safaris, mountain bike trails and a self-drive 4x4 trail. The nearest airport to the park is the Kruger-Mpumalanga International Airport, just outside Nelspruit.

    The southern, more popular, part of Kruger is about four hour's drive from Johannesburg, and a little less from Pretoria. The drive to the more remote, far less utilised, northern part, takes a few hours longer, but it's not on the same route. You could do a great circular tour if you had ten days or so to spare. Fly in to KMIA and enter the park in the south, drive very slowly to the north, spending a day or two at different camps en route, and then drive back to Johannesburg. (Or the other way round, of course.)

    Kruger zebra

    Malaria:

    If you are planning to travel to the Kruger National Park or Lowveld please be aware that this is a malaria region. Consult your doctor or travel clinic for advice and refer to our article on malaria.

    Battle in Kruger National Park:

    Check out this amazing video of a battle between buffalo, lions and another predator:

    The Kruger National Park, which measures a whopping two million hectares, is approximately the size of the whole of Wales. Although there are still fences between parts of the Kruger National Park and Mozambique and Zimbabwe, so the planned Great...

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