KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

Lions in the Kruger Park


An internationally famous park abounding with a selection of game animals unsurpassed in its variety anywhere else in the world. This vast stretch of protected land is quite literally the size of a country, stretching along the Mozambique border. Around it clusters countless smaller reserves varying from tented camps to world class lodges. The natural life in our game parks is an incredibly complex interweave of plant and creature species in an abundant array but the star attractions are always those big mammals, which represent power and dominance...

The Kruger Park is truly the flagship of the South African national parks. unrivalled in the diversity of its life forms and a world leader in advanced environmental management techniques and policies The Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks as the best in Africa. Established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Lowveld, this national park of nearly 2 million hectares, is home to an impressive number of species. No national park in the world quite lives up to the same level of service. The Kruger National Park has a large number of rest camps, bushveld camps and lodges, some overnight hides or even a night under the star-studded African sky in rustic canvas tents. Enjoy the best of both worlds in one of the luxurious privately-run 4-star game lodges where a safari is transformed into something more like an experience - the pace of life slows to a leisurely tempo, your every need is catered for, and extravagance is not spared. All this in the wild heart of Africa - small wonder that the Kruger Park has the reputation that it does. Experience the "Real Africa", recently established in the world-famous Kruger National Park, wilderness trails allow adventurous visitors a close personal encounter with nature by traversing large areas of unspoiled wilderness on foot, under the guidance of armed and experienced trail -rangers. In keeping with the wilderness atmosphere, sites for the trails camps are carefully selected for their scenic beauty and diverse plant and animal life.

Attraction of national significance, providing scenery that is beautiful and varied; flowers, ocean beaches, mountains, lakes, rivers, ravines and forests.