Our Kruger Park Safari packages include road transfers to and from Johannesburg or Pretoria. Self-drive & Fly-in Safari options are available on request.

R14,650/per person sharing

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R8,950/per person sharing

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R11,650/per person sharing

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If your African Safari has taken you to Kruger National Park or are considering a Kruger National Park Safari, you are in for an experience of a lifetime.

At 2,000,000 hectares or roughly 5 million acres, South Africa’s Kruger National Park is only describable as ‘massive’. To get some clear perspective on just how vast the park is, it is larger than the entire country of Israel, just a tad smaller than Belgium and almost one-third the size of Ireland.

The “massive” tag extends beyond land area. The amount of animal and plant species it boasts of is incredible; Kruger Park is home to 34 amphibian species, 49 fish species, 336 tree species, 507 bird species, 114 reptile species and 148 mammal species (including The Big Five). To put it simply; there is no other park, reserve or even place in Africa that can boast of more cheetah, leopard, giraffe and zebra encounters. While giraffe and zebra encounters may not be much to write home about, cheetah and leopard sightings are quite impressive. You don’t want to miss one of these. Kruger Park, even more impressively, is home to a lot of endangered animal species, with the white rhino being a stark example.

Wild animals and plants do not tell the whole story of a Kruger Park Safari. There are also 254 known sites of cultural heritage in Kruger Park for you to explore, with the inclusion of approximately 125 rock art sites; for the rock junkie, Kruger Park is some sort of mini-heaven. There are vital archaeological ruins in place too, at Masorini and Thulamela, and lots of examples of San Rock Art too. Upon visiting Kruger Park, there is massive evidence for you that prehistoric man (Homo erectus) lived in the area between 600,000 and 100,000 years ago. All of this evidence is in display, including caveman art and fossil evidence, making for a superb lesson in history.

As far as your stay is concerned, you need not worry as the park has many luxury lodges that dot the different parts, which ensures you get as close as possible to fully experience the abundance of wealth that the park offers on a Kruger Park Safari.


Kruger Park Travel specalizes in safaris to the Kruger National Park and surrounding private game reserves. With 30 years of experience in the tourism industry, various Kruger Park Safari packages and Kruger Park Tour experiences have been designed to suit most requirements and budget ranges.

We strive to offer you our client a Kruger Park Safari experience you will never forget, thus we pay personal attention to all of our clients. From the day you enquire about reserving the Kruger Park Safari holiday until the day we bid you farewell, our friendly and knowledgeable staff will guide you and be there to assist you all the way.


Kruger National Park is without doubt a MUST visit destination for anyone looking for a wild African safari in South Africa guaranteed to leave lasting memories. Stretching 350 kilometers (217 miles) long from North to South and 60 kilometers (37.2 miles) wide from East to West, the park covers a massive 19,455km2 or 200,000 hectares or roughly 5 million acres making it one of Africa’s largest national parks.

The Kruger Park is at an altitude between 840 meters in the South West and 200 meters in the East. The highest point of the park is Khandiwe near Malelane, which is 839m above sea level while the lowest point is the Sabie Gorge. The coordinates of Kruger National Park are 24◦0′41″S 31◦29′7″E. Its location makes it a treasure that is accessible from multiple Southern African countries like Zimbabwe and Mozambique although it is located in South Africa. The park is located in the Northeastern parts of South Africa and spreads across two provinces, Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces. The northern border is formed by River Limpopo and the border of Zimbabwe and South Africa while the eastern boundary of the park is located at the boundary between South Africa and Mozambique. To the north of the park is Zimbabwe; to the east are the Lebombo Mountains which separate it from Mozambique, to the south Mpumalanga and to the west Limpopo.



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