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Kruger National Park Tours

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Kruger National Park – Full Day Safari





Code (KBFD1)
From R 1 550.00 Per Person

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Kruger National Park – Half Day Safari
(Morning)




Code (KBHD1)
From R 1 150.00 Per Person

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Kruger National Park – Half Day Safari
(Afternoon)




Code (KBHD2)
From R 1 150.00 Per Person

Zebra Trio in Kruger National Park
Kruger National Park South Safari
1 Night/2 Days




Code (KB17)
From R 6 500.00 Per Person

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Kruger National Park South Safari
2 Nights/3 Days




Code (KB18)
From R 11 000.00 Per Person

Panorama Route
Kruger National Park Safari – Classic
4 Nights/5 Days




Code (KB04)
From R 22 500.00 Per Person

Addo Elephant National Park Safari Packages

Male Lion in Addo Elephant National Park
Addo Elephant National Park & Algoa Bay
1 Night/2 Days




Code (KB02)
From R 10 550.00 Per Person

Big 7 Safari, Whale breaching
Addo Elephant National Park & Bird Island
1 Night/2 Days




Code (KB08)
From R 13 500.00 Per Person

Kruger Big 7 Safari

We aims to bring together the spectacular wildlife of the savannas and thickets of the African continent with the special, often hidden life of the seas and oceans that brush and bruise, soothe and caress our coastline. Two inseparable habitats, each as important to the other in the transfer of nutrients and weather systems from one to the other and it is this interdependence that we would graciously like to showcase to you if you choose to give a portion of your time to us to turn into a life experience.

South Africa and our close neighbour Mozambique are home to some of the most amazing, awe-inspiring destinations in the world. The concept of the Kruger Big 7 Safari is an evocative and inspiring way of showcasing the best of our natural world by combining the vast savannas of the Kruger National Park and a number of bordering private game reserves that our forefathers chose with such wisdom, to protect and to nurture the wildlife for their descendants, ourselves, and grow the incredible wealth of life not only for the generations to come but for the continued path of evolution of these precious inhabitants.

The Kruger Park is simply amazing but close by, we find even greater wonder.

Here in the warm Indian Ocean, driven by the restless Agulhas current flowing from the north, out of the equatorial regions, south along the coast of Africa.  In these warm waters, we come across a divergent but equally awe-inspiring habitat, a darkly ancient habitat that is home to an amazing array of marine life in unimaginable forms and numbers, the very ancestors to life on land.

From gigantic, seasonal whales swimming north from the cold Antarctic to the temperate latitudes of South Africa and north to the warm tropics of Mozambique, where they give birth and breed before they head back to the rich feeding grounds of the deep south, before, again, returning, in their endless cycle of renewal.

Dolphins, sharks, myriads of fish species, large and small, reef and pelagic that occupy different niches alongside plumes of bait fish that appear from the deep and congregate in the largest single migration the world knows today. Sea turtles emerge from their liquid life, ungainly, dead weights on land, in complete contrast to their agile weightlessness at sea as they struggle up sandy beaches at night to bury their babies until ready to hatch in a brave new world back into the sea.

There are a number of guided tours available on our website. This enables us to take advantage of the stunning scenery and exciting game viewing in South Africa and her neighbouring countries.

2024 Whale Season

Welcome the whales on their annual migration along the Indian Ocean.
Limited time

Top 10 Reasons to Visit the Kruger National Park

  1. Excellent game viewing all year round as the area has some of the best weather conditions in the country due to its tropical and subtropical climate.
  2. Access to the park is easy with 3 airports just outside the park and a number of private lodge airstrips inside the park. Travel by road is also easy and will allow for closer viewing of the biodiversity in the park.  The park has 9 different gates, allowing for easy entrance from which ever side you are travelling. 
  3. There are multiple restaurants and picnic spots inside the park, which allows for early morning coffee breaks and lunch stops in the park with magnificent views and the chance to watch the animals while having your meal.
  4. The several (six) thriving and diverse ecosystems allow for completely different game viewing experiences, making the safaris more interesting as you can see the obvious changes and differences between the different ecosystems you cross. The Kruger is home to over 600 bird species.
  5. The Kruger National Park is home to the big 5 (Cape Buffalo, Elephant, Rhino, Leopard and Lion) as well as the little 5 (ant lion, leopard tortoise, rhino beetle, elephant shrew and the buffalo weaver).
  6. The Kruger is also known to have some of the best bird sightings and is home to the Big 6 in birding: a bird group that consists of the lappet-faced vulture, the ground hornbill, the Kori bustard, the martial eagle, Pel’s fishing owl and the saddle-billed stork.
  7. Kruger National Park is the 3rd largest national park in the world and the largest in South Africa, making it a bucket list destination for many different travellers around the world, to visit the unspoilt hectares of African Bush plains and the thousands of animals it provides home to. The park spans over 2 provinces in South Africa and borders 2 countries, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
  8. There is a massive variety of accommodation options available, from setting up camp to ultra luxurious lodges.
  9. The park allows you to drive yourself through the park or you can book to join a guided game drive in the park with a knowledgeable and experienced guide. Guided bush walks are also allowed in some areas allowing for a closer look into the tracking of animals of all shapes and sizes.
  10. The Kruger National Park offers a truly authentic safari experience where animals roam freely within the park, where predators need to hunt for their next meal, where the circle of life takes its toll and weaker members are naturally eliminated with no human intervention. It is the unpredictability of vulnerability of animals that adds to the authenticity of the experience.

Mary, Jamie & Luke

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park
4 April 2023

2023-04-04

The Original Big 7 Safari with guide Anthony

 

Lars, Irene, Charlotte and Jorn

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park
21 March 2023

2023-03-21

The Original Big 7 Safari with guide Andrew

John & Danny

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park
10 March 2023

2023-03-10

The Original Big 7 Safari with guide Anthony

Kay, Ralf, Lukas and Pia

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park
9 March 2023

2023-03-09

The Original Big 7 Safari with guide Andrew

Regina, Helga, Linda and Gisela

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park
22 February 2023

2023-02-22

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park with Guide Anthony

 

Meltem

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park
21 January 2023

2023-01-21

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park with guide Graeme

Steve & Cathy

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park
18 January 2023

2023-01-18

The Original Big 7 Safari with guide Andrew

Toni & Gina

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park
15 December 2023

2022-12-15

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park with Guide Andrew

Laura, Detlev, Claudia and Inge

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park
1 December 2022

2022-12-01

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park with Guide Shene

Marine & Guilleaume

The Original Big 7 Safari, Algoa Bay and Addo Elephant National Park
12 November 2022

2022-11-12

Algoa Bay marine Cruise and Addo Elephant National Park Safari with Guides Alan & Anthony

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