The largest game reserve in South Africa and certainly one of the largest in Africa, the Kruger National Park became South Africa’s first national park as early as 1926.

Why Visit

The Kruger National Park is home to the Big 5 and an extensive variety of animal, bird and insect species keeping visitors enthralled and totally engaged, whether on a self-drive tour or part of a guided safari excursion.

The African continent is the only place in the world where big game still roams freely in great numbers. In particular, the Kruger National Park area and the neighbouring private game reserves are famous for the incredible possibilities of seeing the Big Five up close. Kruger is easily accessible, having four airports which directly connect the area to Johannesburg, Cape Town, Victoria Falls and Mozambique

Seeing the "Big 5" in the wild is one of the most memorable things one can ever experience.

What To See

  • Spot the Big Five, the Little Five, the Ugly Five and the Birding Big Five on a guided game drive in an open-sided safari vehicle
  • Enjoy a more up-close bush experience on a guided game walk
  • The private reserves to the west of the National Park, collectively known as Greater Kruger National Park, offer a more exclusive safari experience, at some of the most luxurious game lodges
  • Private concessions and reserves offer night drives to spot the nocturnal creatures of the bush
  • The Sabi Sand Reserve is the most highly acclaimed private reserve particularly noted for its leopard sightings
  • The Southern Kruger offers the best game viewing and as a result also the highest concentration of accommodations and tourist activities
  • Take break from looking for game and visit the beautiful Panorama Route – spectacular natural scenery including the world’s 3rd largest canyon – the Blyde River Canyon as well and lovely view points and waterfalls


6 Day Panorama Route and Kruger

Hazyview & Marloth Park

Connecting the Lowveld and the spectacular Drakensberg, the Panorama Route is a scenic route featuring sensational views of breathtaking natural wonders, fascinating rock formations, impressive waterfalls, scenic hiking trails, and a myriad of fauna and flora. Kruger National Park is one of the world’s largest game reserves and a truly remarkable destination. The park is home to over 130 mammals and over 500 bird species. Come take a walk on the wild side! 

4 Nights Sabi Sands Game Reserve

Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve

Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, a premier game viewing destination particularly known for its breathtaking leopard sightings. Spend 4  nights in a sanctuary symbolising a new era in luxury South African safari lodges. Spend your days enjoying guided game drives or walking safaris, where you will be close enough to share in a thrilling encounter with Africa’s beautiful wild creatures. Or while away the time in the luxurious rooms or in the tranquility of the Amani Spa.

9 Day Kruger & Cape Town 

Johannesburg, Hazyview and Cape Town

A scheduled tour with any day departures, starting in Johannesburg, proceeding through to Hazyview, ending in Cape Town and covering two of South Africa's most famous and popular destinations - Kruger National Park and Cape Town. Open-vehicle safaris in Kruger and day tours covering the highlight attractions in and around Cape Town; make this the perfect trip for those with limited time and looking for a great value for money option. 

11 Day Cape Town, Winelands & Kruger National Park

Cape Town, Franschhoek & Kruger Private Reserves

Spend three nights at a beautiful boutique guest house in the heart of Cape Town and explore all that this amazing city has to offer. From here travel to the beautiful Franschhoek Valley to your centrally located hotel and explore the Cape Winelands, tasting the many award winning wines available at over 150 different estates. The trip ends with a safari in the Greater Kruger region, stay at a small and exclusive camp on a private conservancy.   

9-day Glamping Adventure: Kruger & Pongola Safari

Hazyview and Pongola Game Reserve

Explore two of South Africa's amazing safari destinations on this 8-night glamping adventure. Stay in a luxury tent on the banks of the Sabie River in Hazyview and explore Kruger National Park as well as the spectacular Panorama Route, home to the largest green canyon in the world. Glamp on the shores of Lake Jozini in the Pongola Game Reserve and enjoy both land and water-based safari activities - an experience often compared to Lake Kariba. 

12-day Cape Town, Winelands & Kruger Glamping 

Cape Town, Wellington and Hazyview

Spend your holiday exploring South Africa at your own pace on this perfectly planned 12-day itinerary. Explore the "Morther City", before moving along Route 62 to Wellington and taste some of South Africa's most delicious wines on offer. Proceed with a quick hop to Johannesburg and make your way to Hazyview and discover the Mpumalanga region and some of the most beautiful landscapes we have in SA.


Hoyo Hoyo Safari Lodge


An earthy, traditional Tsonga styled lodge, located on an ancient elephant route on the Mluwati River in a 10 000 hectare concession, the lodge is steeped in modern day opulence and luxury. The opportunity to witness the lifestyle and rich culture of the Shangaan heritage and traditions, ensure an unforgettable safari experience.

Imbali Safari Lodge


An exclusive lodge within the world-renowned Kruger National Park, Imbali Safari Lodge continues the safari tradition of a bygone era. Imbali Safari Lodge is the central point within the 10 000 hectare private Imbali Safari concession, offering accommodation in 12 spacious, private suites each furnished in understated luxury.

Hamiltons Tented Safari Camp


Hamiltons Tented Camp continues the safari tradition of a bygone era, incorporating comfort and luxury in the serenity of the African bush.The tents are nestled amongst the ancient Jackalberry and Sausage trees on the banks of the Nwatswitsonto River with exceptional views.

Still not sure about what to do or where to stay?