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Kruger National Park

Nothing is more interesting than a Kruger National Park Safari. Stretching over an impressive 19,485 square kilometres, the Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s largest and most famous safari destinations. Kruger is renowned for its fine diversity of wildlife in South Africa Tours and provides some excellent game viewing in the world.
Apart from the best Big Five sightings, Kruger National Park Tours also offers world-class accommodations, some of Africa’s best trackers and guides, and enthralling walking safaris.


  • Find Africa's Big Five in Kruger (Elephant, Lion, Rhino, Leopard and Buffalo)
  • Spot diverse wildlife in Punda Maria Restcamp Waterhole
  • Spot the white rhinos at the Wolhuter Trail
  • Camping experience Nyalaland Wilderness Trail
  • Taste a slice of wildness, remoteness, tranquillity, and eternal peace at Napi Wilderness Trail
  • Luxurious stay in the deep wood at the Thornybush Game Reserve.
  • Visit the hippo pool and Albasini Ruins at Marula.
  • Camping experience Nyalaland Wilderness Trail Hiking, swimming and scenic drives are best at Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve.
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What are Kruger National Park’s Conservation Fees?
Every visitor to Kruger National Park needs to pay the conservation fee for every day spent in the park. By contributing to conservation, we can help to grow the funds which use to conserve the park’s natural and cultural heritage.
For South African citizens and residents - R115 per adult, per day and R57 per child, per day. For SADC Nationals (with passport) - R230 per adult, per day and R115 per child, per day. For international visitors- R460 per adult, per day and R230 per child, per day.
Which animals I can see in Kruger National Park?
Kruger National Park is home to around 147 mammals, 114 reptiles and over 507 bird species. The park is also home to all of the African Big 5 (lions, leopards, elephants and cape buffaloes).
You can also spot the little five (elephant shrew, buffalo weaver, leopard tortoise, antlion and rhino beetle) if you are lucky enough.
Can I feed the animals in Kruger National Park?
Absolutely not. You can’t feed any animals in Kruger National Park. The park strictly follows the rule and if you do anything like that it will be counted as a serious offence and you will be fined heavily for it.
Though monkeys and baboons will run towards you while travelling through the park, you have to avoid them to feed and interact.
When is the best time to visit Kruger National Park?
The dry winter season which runs between May to August is the best time to visit Kruger National Park. This time is perfect to spot the wild animals moving freely. The fewer vegetables and less rainfall make it easier to spot them. Temperature also remains mild during the daytime with a chilly night.
But if you are fascinated by birding safari, the rainy season between November and March is the perfect time for you. You can also see many young animals as this is also the calving season.
How Can I visit Kruger National Park?
There are three major options to get to Kruger National Park . Those are: Fly to Johannesburg and then just drive over four hours to the park. Take an internal flight from Johannesburg to Kruger Mpumalanga airport and then drive for one hour. Or you can take an internal flight from Johannesburg to Skukuza.
Is Kruger National Park safe to visit?
Like most of the parks and game reserves in South Africa, Kruger National Park is also a safe destination to travel around. A maximum of the people you will meet in the region are usually tourists, staff working for the tour operators, accommodations or park authorities. So, you don’t have to worry about safety concerns while travelling to Kruger National Park in South Africa.
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