Guided Kruger Park Safaris, Safari Lodge Accommodation & Travel Guide
An African wildlife safari is a must do on any trip to South Africa. Kruger National Park is an ideal game viewing destination, with accommodation options to suit all budgets, self drive, guided and day visits all available.
Kruger has the most wildlife diversity of any Africa National Park or Game Reserve, including the infamous Big 5; Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino and Buffalo. Being the size of a small country it also offers varied and iconic landscapes from vast grassy plains to dens woodland thickets and even the Lebombo Mountains.
As Southern Africa's premier wildlife safari destination
the choice of Kruger Park Tour can be overwhelming:
Which safari is the right one for you? With 15 years experience hopefully
Kruger Tours can guide you through to the best option for you. The Kruger Tours range of guided safaris offer options to stay inside well-known Kruger National Park Restcamps or in the surrounding Private Game Reserves which make up the Greater Kruger Park. Accommodation on safari varies from dome tents to 5 star luxury safari lodges, with a range of chalets, safari tents and even treehouses in between. Safaris can be 3 day to 7 and all depart daily to help fit in your holiday schedule.
Regardless of budget all of our Kruger park tours and safaris include open vehicle game drives with experienced and FGASA qualified safari guides.
Your on holiday sit back and relax while the transport, accommodation and food is all taken care of for you. Kruger Tours has an extensive range of guided wildlife safaris staying in Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands Game Reserve and Balule Game Reserve. All of our extensive range of Kruger Park safaris
depart daily from Johannesburg AND all open vehicle game drives and activities
are included in the cost and are led by FGASA trained field guides.
Accommodation on the safaris varies from top of the range 5 star luxury,
to comfortable 3 star en suite chalets, a unique rustic en suite treehouses
to walk-in safari tents.
With safaris from 3 days through to 7 days,
there is a safari to suit all requirments and budgets! Let an expert
field guide show you the best in African Wildlife
With tarred roads, plenty of self-catering accommodation and picnic
stops and even hides to visit Kruger National Park offers visitors
the option to drive themselves on safari. Find out more about car
hire, Krugers restcamp and bushveld camp accommodation, Kruger National Park entry gates, entry and conservation fees and
the rules of the park before you go with our handy self drive Kruger National
Park Safari guide.
Whether you choose a guided Kruger National Park Safari, a private Game reserve Experience of a self drive game viewing safari accommodation will be a major factor in your planning. Booking in advance is essential whether you choose self-catering in the Kruger National Park Restcamps & Bushveld
camps or 5 star luxury on the Kruger National Park private concessions
or stay near by Big 5 Game Reserves. Or for
flexibility between visiting the Kruger National Park and nearby
attractions on the panoramic route why not stay in a nearby town or village.
Whether you choose a Kruger Park Guided safari, a priavte game reserve or self-drive safari there will be lots of questions to answer before you go: What should I pack for a safari? Are there any health issues on safari? Is Kruger National park in a malaria area? Can children go on Safari? This section should answer all those questions and more.
Kruger National park is by far the biggest South African Game Reserve, but it most certainly is not the only place to view wildlife in South Africa. There are several more National Parks which are wildlife based as well as provincially owned reserves such as Pilanesberg Game Reserve and Hluhluwe-Imfolozi, plus a host of private game reserve which offer game viewing opportuities.
and More tours offer longer African tours including Kruger
National Park and Victoria Falls and Okavango Delta and overland African adventures
visiting sights, National Parks and Game Reserves throughout Southern
& Eastern Africa.