About Royal Kruger Lodge
The Royal Kruger Lodge is a Private Game Lodge renowned for its exceptional personal service and intimate atmosphere. Situated in Mpumalanga Province in the wild frontier region, the Royal Kruger Lodge is just beyond the Crocodile River and forms a natural border with the Kruger National Park. It is conveniently located 45 minutes from Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport and a five hour scenic drive from Johannesburg.
The wildlife thrives in this part of South Africa and boasts around 60 species of mammals, nearly 500 species of birds and numerous species of reptiles. Animals roam freely around the Lodge and in the Kruger National Park, where guests can observe them in their natural environment.
Guests are greeted by majestic African sunrises and sunsets, adding to the peace and tranquillity of the area, allowing one to relax and unwind when not participating in the adventure and excitement of our game drives. Personal attention and exceptional service by our friendly staff, is emphasised at the Royal Kruger Lodge.
Safari: Kruger National Park closeby
Family friendly: Yes
Romantic: Yes - see website packages
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