Your Safari Experience
A place of ancient history, curious intrigued and more wildlife than you could see in a day, the Kruger National Park is more than just a safari destination, it is an iconic part of South Africa’s heritage. Regarded as the world’s finest wildlife parks, the Kruger National Park boasts an impressive collection of a wide variety of animal species. Lion, giraffe, zebra, hippo, cheetah, rhino, elephant, the list of animals known to roam all corners of the park is nearly endless. Almost 150 species can be spotted, along with well over 500 species of birds and all kinds of flora, making the Kruger a truly diverse, ecological wonder.
Covering an area of almost 19 485 square feet of granite hills, mountain ranges, wide savannah grasslands and lush dense forests, the Kruger is a feat of immense planning, a fierce dedication to conservation and almost 100 years of hard work. With such a huge landscape to cover, it is often far easier to embark on a safari in the company of an experienced guide.