African Travel Concept

Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park is located in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga, South Africa.

Five hours by road from Johannesburg. Scheduled airlines provide a daily service into the region by landing at Eastgate Airport, Hoedspruit and KMIA, Nelspruit.

Unrivalled for its diversity of wildlife and a world leader in advanced environmental management techniques and policies, Kruger National Park is truly one of the world’s most renowned reserves and home to the famous Big 5.

You will see hundreds of giraffe, large herds of elephant with adorable babies struggling to keep up with the adult pace, and herds of buffalo grazing on the plains. There are many different species of antelope, a large variety of birdlife, crocodiles sunning themselves on banks of the Olifants River, ‘giggling’ hyenas, and if you are lucky you may spot a pack of highly endangered wild dogs on the prowl.

The Kruger National Park enjoys a great year-round sunny climate and offers a variety of activities, ranging from guided safari drives and bush walks with an armed ranger, to three-night walking trails in deep wilderness areas.

On safari at dawn, as the sun illuminates thousands of glittering spider webs amidst the bush, you have a good chance of seeing an overnight kill where lions feed their fill, and leave the carcass for the lesser animals and vultures. As the African sun rises the rays create unforgettable landscapes of silhouettes against the golden sky providing scenes that remain etched in your memory forever.






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