Kruger National Park
Diversity of the Park
All you need to know
The renowned Kruger National Park is the perfect place to experience wild Africa as it is one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. This top South African safari destination is home to a variety of phenomenal animals including the Big Five, and boasts six different ecosystems. The expansive park – which covers land in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga – is larger than several countries in the world, spanning over nearly 2 million hectares! A number of rivers flow through the park, including the Sabie River and Olifants River, with the Crocodile River forming the park’s southernmost boundary. Many of the game lodges in the park also feature waterholes, offering ideal locations for animal sightings.
The park in all its glory
Kruger National Park’s wide variety of fascinating wildlife includes both large and small animals, predators and prey. The park is home to the famous Big Five, as well as hyena, wild dog, jackal, giraffe, cheetah, wildebeest, zebra, a variety of antelope and so much more. All of the lodges within the park offer exciting morning and evening game drives, where guests can enjoy close-up views of these amazing African animals. Smaller animals and an abundance of birdlife can be seen on guided bush walks, including honey badgers, rock dassies, thick-tailed bushbabies and tree squirrels. With a great variety of big game living in the area, Kruger National Park is one of the premier game-viewing destinations in the world.