South Africa has long been synonymous with the Kruger National Park.
Ask any local and they will tell you that this world-renowned game park is larger than Israel. They will brag it being 2 million hectares of unspoilt wilderness, and they will urge you to come and experience this national treasure for yourself.
Spanning the Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces in Northern South Africa, it is part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a peace park that links the Gonarezhou National Park of Zimbabwe and the Limpopo National Park of Mozambique.
Home to the Big Five, the Kruger Park is a conservation sanctuary that boasts diverse and endangered African wildlife, 517 species of birds, and an African landscape that is scattered with thorn and marula trees.
As the largest game reserve in South Africa, the Kruger offers a wide range of accommodation; from rustic rest camps and bushveld camps to the luxury of exclusive private game lodges – you’ll be sure to find something that suits your travel style.
Whether your spirit of adventure inspires you to explore on foot, traversing the tracks of a wilderness trail, or by car on a game-viewing vehicle, your game ranger and tracker will do their best to show you the wonders of the African bushveld.
And how wonderful they are.