Arguably the world’s most famous wildlife reserve, Kruger National Park extends some 360 kilometres from north to south, and borders parks in Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It’s home to the Big Five – lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino – not to mention 140 mammal species, 517 bird species and 114 reptile species. A considerable network of roads and camps, from luxury lodges to rustic huts, makes Kruger the kind of destination one can visit again and again.


  • Game drives with knowledgeable guides will reveal the best of South Africa’s wildlife
  • Take a guided wilderness trail into areas untouched by humans
  • Watch and wait for game and birds from secluded hides
  • Relax in luxurious and exclusive lodges in remote sections of the park