Kruger National Park is where over 2 million hectares combine diversity of life, historical and archeological sites to provide you an experience of a lifetime.

Kruger National Park, in the northeastern region of South Africa, is one of Africa’s largest game reserves. Its high density of wild animals includes the magnificent Big 5: lion, leopard, rhino (black and white), elephant and buffalo. Hundreds of other mammals make their home here, as do diverse bird species (over 100 have been recorded) such as vultures, eagles, storks, ground hornbill and your smaller bird species such as fork-tailed drongo, lilac-breasted roller and a variety of bee-eaters.

A paradise for both mammal and bird watchers alike. Mountains, bush and grass plains as well as tropical forests are all part of the landscape which will intrigue any adventurer by car, foot and in some regions on horse back.

The vegetation is diverse and unique in some areas which gives the Kruger National Park it’s wide variety of animal and tree life including the giant of Africa, the Baobab tree as well the well known Marula tree. 17 of the protected 47 tree species occur in the Kruger National Park.

The vast majority of water landscapes in the Kruger National Park provides a different habitat source for aquatic animals and those who rely on water sources solely for food such as the hippopotamus, crocodile and the breathtaking fish eagle with it’s unique call. The vegetation in these areas are dense and tropical, providing a different experience for safari goers.

The Kruger National Park truly has something for everyone of all interests and age groups.