Kruger National Park

Undoubtedly one of the most well known reserves in the world, the Kruger National Park is the pride of South Africa. Established in 1898 by former South African president Paul Kruger to protect the wildlife of the area, the park spans almost 2 million hectares making it one of the largest in the world and home to over 1000 different species of trees, fish, amphibians, birds, reptiles and mammals.

With a terrific concentration of game, including all the Big Five, and some of the soundest environmental management techniques and practices, the Kruger National Park is a true haven for Africa’s magnificent fauna and flora. There are also several important archeological sites scattered throughout the park that celebrate the diversity and culture of mankind in the area.

Accommodation in the Kruger National Park ranges from the rustic to the regal, with public campsites and lodges to private concessions and luxurious suites offering something to suit all tastes and budgets. Visitors to the park can also choose between self-driving or soaking up the expert knowledge of some of the best guides in Africa on one of the many 4×4 game drives on offer.

After a solid day’s game viewing in one of the highest concentrations of game in the world, relax under the African stars with a good book or sundowners by the waterhole as the thirsty animals join you in a refreshing drink. The Kruger National Park is Africa at it’s best.


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Sabi Sand Game Reserve

Located on a private land concession in the heart of the Kruger National Park, Sabi Sand Game Reserve is internationally renowned for its incredible game viewing and luxury accommodation. Most famous for its regular leopard sightings, the Sabi Sand Game Reserve shares an unfenced border with the greater Kruger Park so the abundance of wildlife […]

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Kruger Private Concessions

Drawing on the extremely successful model of our neighbors in Botswana, the South African Government leases land around the Kruger National Park to private operators in order to sustainably maintain the pristine natural environment and wildlife of the area. The privately managed Kruger Private Concessions share unfenced borders with the Kruger National Park, so the […]

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The largest of the private game reserves bordering the Kruger National Park, Timbavati is also one of the best known. World renowned for both exceptional game viewing and the standard of its lodges, Timbavatis conservation endeavors are ongoing as the reserve constantly expands by returning farmlands and hunting areas to their natural ecological state. With […]

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Considered by many in the know to be one of South Africa’s ‘undiscovered’ gems, Thornybush Game Reserve is a private reserve adjacent to the Kruger National Park. The rugged woodland savannah is home to a rich variety of wildlife, with over 700 species of mammal, reptile and bird life. Thornybush also boasts South Africa’s only […]

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The largest of the single-owner reserves in the Kruger National Park private concessions, Kapama lies south of the picturesque Drakensberg Mountain Range and offers easy access due to the proximity of Eastgate Airport. Named after the river that runs through it, Kapama Private Game Reserve enjoys excellent game spotting opportunities – particularly of rare species […]

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Another of the famed private concessions within the Kruger National Park, Manyeleti (meaning ‘Place of the Stars’) is owned and managed by the local Msinsi tribe and consists of three beautifully appointed lodges – Tintswalo Safari Lodge, Honeyguide Khoka Moya and Honeyguide Mantobeni. Well off the beaten track, guests at Manyeleti enjoy a real sense […]

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