Kruger Park South Africa

Kruger Park South Africa is a true African safari experience boasting unrivalled game viewing. Kruger Park covers almost 2 million hectares where you can enjoy the animals, birds and plants on a Kruger Park Safari. Whether a luxury Kruger safari, Guided Kruger safari, Lion Safari, Elephant safari, Self drive safari, walking safari, birding safari or just to connect with nature Kruger Park is the place.

 

Kruger Park South Africa

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Luxury Kruger Safari

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Sabi Sand
Reserve


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Timbavati Reserve


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Thornybush Reserve


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Klaserie Reserve


safari krugerOrganised Safari to Kruger Park

Price Guide per person per night based on two people sharing.
R75 - R500 (includes camping)
R500 -R 2000
R2000 - R3500
R3500 -R 5000
R5000 or more

Places to stay inside Kruger Park

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SAN Parks
Main Restcamps
Camping, Self catering and chalets available
Berg en dal
Crocodile Bridge
Letaba
Lower Sabie
Mopani
Olifants
Orpen
Pretoriuskop
Punda Maria
Satara
Shingwedzi
Skukuza

Bushveld Camps
Self catering and Chalets only
Bateleur
Biyamiti
Shimuwini
Sirheni
Talamati

Luxury Lodges
Imbali Safari Lodges
Jock Safari Lodge
Lukimbi Safari Lodge
Rhino Walking Safaris
Shishangeni Lodge
Singita Lebombo Lodge
Tinga Game Lodge
Pafuri Camp


Accommodation Guide to Sabi Private Reserve Kruger
Includes meals and Game Drives

Lion Sands Lodge
1993 camp
Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge
Sabi Sabi Selati Camp
Leopard Hills Safari
Leadwood Lodge
Lion Sands Ivory Lodge
Londolozi Founders Camp
Londolozi Pioneer Camp
Londolozi Tree Camp
Londolozi Varty Camp
Singita Lebembo Lodge
Singita Sweni Lodge
Singita Boulders Lodge
Dulini Safari Lodge
Exeter River Lodge
Kirkmans Kamp
Mala Mala Sable camp
Mala Mala Main camp
Rattrays Camp
Sabi Earth Lodge
Sabi Little Bush Camp
Savanna Lodge
Singita Ebony Lodge
Ulusaba Rock Lodge
Ulusaba Safari Lodge
Nkorho Bush Lodge
Nottens Bush Camp
Djuma Bush Lodge
Djuma Galago Camp
Djuma Vuyatela Lodge
Chitwa Chitwa Lodge
Arathusa Safari Lodge
Elephant Plains Lodge
Idube Game Lodge
Inyati Game Lodge

Accommodation Guide to Timbavati Private Reserve Kruger
Includes meals and Game Drives

Ngala Safari Lodge
Ngala Tented Camp
Kwa Mambili
Jackalberry Lodge
Royal Legends
Motswari Game Lodge

Accommodation Guide to Thornybush Private Reserve Kruger
Includes meals and Game Drives

» Kwa-Mbili Safari Lodge
» Jackalberry Game Lodge
Simbambili Lodge

Accommodation Guide to Klaserie Private Reserve Kruger
Includes meals and Game Drives

Gomo Gomo Lodge

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Elephant Plains Lodge
Idube Game Lodge
Inyati Game Lodge

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Around the borders of Kruger Park
Abangane Guest Lodge
Busisa Safari Lodge
Cambalala Guest House
Crocodile Kruger Lodge
Dreamfields Guesthouse
Grand Kruger Lodge
Hippo Hills Safari Villa
Komati River Chalets
Kruger Park Lodge
KShani Game Reserve
Makalali Game Lodge
Mjejane River Lodge
Numbela Guesthouse
Pestana Kruger Lodge
Plumbago Guest House
Protea Hotel Kruger Gate
Sefapane Lodge
Serenity Forest Lodge
Silonque Bush Estate
Summerfields River Lodge
Trees Too Guest Lodge
Tshukudu Game Lodge
Vuka Moya Bushveld Retreat

Travel Guide to

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Mozambique
Zanzibar
Madagascar
Namibia
Victoria Falls
Botswana
Cruises

 

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Accommodation Guide to the Greater Kruger National Park

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Towns close by to Kruger Park

Nelspruit
Gomo Gomo Lodge
55km - 45 minutes from Numbi Gate

Gateway to Mpumalanga and the Kruger Nationl Park Nelspruit has a sub-tropical climate and abundant sunshine and lush covered hills and valleys. A perfect base to explore Mpumalanga. Nelspruit is the centre of the fruit growing area of Mpumalanga, with perfect conditions for the production of citrus and tropical fruits, mainly mango, banana, avocado, macadamia and pecan nuts. The lowveld botanical gardens just outside of the town boasts a rare collection of plant species and the first man-made rain forests.
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White River
Gomo Gomo Lodge
35km - 30 minutes from Numbi Gate

Quirky White River lies just north of Nelspruit close to the border of Kruger Park. A laid back small town set in an area of stunning scenic beauty, the climate is said to be one of the best in South Africa, lovely hot days in summer when rainfall is at its highest and cool nights during the winter. The town also has a reputation for arts & crafts. Also known as Witrivier (Afrikaans), the town is probably better known under the Afrikaans name than the English "White River".
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Malelane
Gomo Gomo Lodge
15km - 10 minutes from Malelane Gate

Malelane lies on the banks of the Crocodile River South of the Kruger Park. The town provides easy access to the park at the nearby Malelane Gate and there are a number of lodges in the area. The town is also en-route to Komatipoort and Mozambique, providing a good opportunity for a stop-over combined with a visit to the Kruger Park. The town is mostly centred around the sugarcane and sub-tropical fruit industry.
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Komatipoort
Gomo Gomo Lodge
8km - 10 minutes from Crocdile Bridge Gate

Komatipoort is a quaint town where the Komati and Crocodile Rivers meet before they flow into Mozambique, a popular base for tourists wanting to explore the Park being only 8km from Crocodile Bridge Gate and 50km from the Malalane entrance to the Kruger National Park. Bird and Nature lovers will love this area and its rich diversity of flora and fauna. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy a nine-hole golf course that also has wonderful views of the adjacent Kruger National Park.
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Hazyview
Gomo Gomo Lodge
35km - 50 minutes from Paul Kruger Gate

Hazyview is a favourite overnight stop for visitors to Kruger National Park. The closest gates are the Paul Kruger Gate and the newer Phabeni Gate. Hazyview derives it’s name from the summer haze that envelopes the low bush.The area is said to have the world’s best climate for bananas you will see a whole host of tropical banana plantations. The town itself offers a variety of restaurants, cultural entertainment and malls and offers a lot of activities for tourists.
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Graskop
Gomo Gomo Lodge
65km - 80 minutes from Paul Kruger Gate

Graskop originated in the heydays of the gold rush in the 1880’s although today forestry is the major industries with neat rows of pine trees fanning out on either side of the meandering roads. Graskop lies in the heart of the Panorama route
where the Drakensberg escarpment descends into the lowveld, the landscape is lush and green and outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of opportunities for hiking, walking and adventuring. Not to mention the nearby Blyde River Canyon that provides spectacular scenery with its deep green chasms, gorges and soaring cliffs. Graskop is a good stop off en-route to the nearby Kruger National Park.
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Sabie
Gomo Gomo Lodge
85km - 100 minutes from Paul Kruger Gate

Another town that grew rapidly upon the discovery of gold in the area, Sabie is situated on the banks of the Sabie River and today is mostly centred around the timber industry, the plantations surrounding Sabie are said to be amongst the biggest man-made forests in the world. Sabie River is a popular fly fishing area.
Also in the vicinity are a number of waterfalls including Horseshoe, Lone Creek, Bridal Veil and the twin Mac-Mac falls en-route to Graskop and the Blyde River Canyon.
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Pilgrims Rest
Gomo Gomo Lodge
95km - 110 minutes from Orpen Gate

Founded in the early days of the gold rush was Pilgrim’s Rest and in 1873 the town was officially declared a gold field. The quaint town has successfully maintained the charm of yesteryear and captured the essence of the gold heydays. For this reason, the entire town has been declared a National Monument and visitors will feel as though they have stepped back in time. It’s well worth a stop and the village is home to many fine old buildings and churches, arts and crafts and other items of interest. There are two nature reserves in the surrounding area and the town is en-route to Graskop and the spectacular Blyde River Canyon area.
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Phalaborwa
Gomo Gomo Lodge
35km - 40 minutes from Phalaborwa Gate

Affectionately known as the "Town of Two Summers" because Phalaborwa experiences mild winters. Summer days, can get very hot, are made bearable by modern aids such as air-conditioners, fans and swimming pools. The town is neatly laid out with shopping malls and banking facilities, and all the major chain stores are represented. Phalaborwa offers a vast and varied range of accommodation.
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