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You will visit: Kruger National Park
You will visit: Kruger National Park, Balule Natural Park
You will visit: Dinokeng, The Lion Park, Elephant Sanctuary, Bush Babies Sanctuary
You will visit: Johannesburg, Kruger NP, Hazyview, Blyde River Canyon, More
You will visit: Johannesburg, Pretoria, Swaziland, Kruger National Park
You will visit: Johannesburg, Pretoria, Blyde River Canyon, Hazyview, More
Johannesburg, Pilanesberg GR, Sun City
You will visit: Johannesburg, Ukhahlamba, Himeville, Sani Pass, More
You will visit: Pretoria, Kruger NP, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi GR, Isimangaliso, More
You will visit: Pretoria, Kruger NP, Visit Historical & Cultural sites, Game Viewing on route, More
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Kruger National Park opened to the general public in 1927 and has a rich natural and cultural history that can be traced back to early mankind. It is undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest Game Parks and home to “The Big Five” (Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Rhino and Elephant) is a term that was originally used by the hunters and refers to five of the greatest of Africa’s wild animals as well as the most dangerous to hunt.
The Big Five are regarded by many as a privileged to view during a visit to the Kruger National Park.
Although seeing the Big Five is generally the objective of most visitors, there is much more on offer. Kruger National Park boasts approximately 147 mammal species (including the Big 5), more than 500 bird species, 114 reptile species, over 49 fish species, 34 amphibian species, 227 butterfly species and 336 tree species.
The climate of the Kruger National Park and Lowveld is subtropical. Summer days are humid and hot with temperatures often soaring to above 38 °C (100 °F). The rainy season is between September and the month of May. The dry winter season is the ideal time to visit this region for various reasons. There is a lesser possibility of contracting Malaria and the days are milder. Viewing wildlife is more rewarding as the vegetation is sparser and animals are drawn to the waterholes to drink mornings and evenings.
The Park's Management plan in controlling Elephant numbers initially included culling, however this practice was stopped 1994 and translocation were introduced. The Park's habitat can only sustain about 8,000 Elephants.
Kruger supports packs of the Endangered African Wild Dog, of which there are thought to be only about 400 in the whole of South Africa.
We have been visiting the Kruger National Park for many a year. Travelling and experiencing the diversity, and especially the wildlife has always been our passion. It gives us great pleasure sharing such a passion and knowledge of our country's natural beauty with the appreciative traveller and we would love to take you there!
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Kruger National Park
We offer various safari and tour packages to the Kruger National Park. We can also create a custom tour package that will suit your needs best.
|5 Day Fote Safari Kruger Park South Africa|
|5-Day Dream Safari in Wonderful Kruger Park South Africa|
|3-Day Safari On The Wild Side with Direct Interaction|
|4-Day Safari in Kruger National Park and Surrounds South Africa|
|5-Day Kruger Park, Kingdom Of Swaziland & Panoramic Tour|
|15-Day Best Of South Africa - Cape Town, Kruger & Panorama|
|10-Day Safari with a Lifetime of Memories|
|7-Day Scenery and History Safari|
|4-Day Safari Pilansberg and Sun City South Africa|
|9-Day Heritage Tour of Kruger National Park|
|Daily Game Drives|
|Kruger National Park|
|Marakele National Park|
|Mapungubwe National Park|
|Mokala National Park|
|Karoo National Park|
|Addo Elephant National Park|
|Tankwa-Karoo National Park|
|Mabalingwe | The Place of the Spotted Leopard|
|Pilansberg Game Reserve|
|Rietvlei Nature Reserve|
|Elephant Sanctuary - African Interaction and primate Experience|
|De Wildt Cheetah Centre|
|Rhino and Lion Park|
|Ukutula - Lion Park and Lodge|
|Mongena Game Lodge|
|The Panorama Tour - Mpumalanga South Africa|
|The Drakensberg Mountains - Kwazulu Natal South Africa|
|Golden Gate Highlands Park - Orange Free State South Africa|
|Namaqualand - Northern and Western Cape South Africa|
|Garden Route - Western and Eastern Cape South Africa|
|Cradle of Humankind - Maropeng|
|Sun City Hotel and Resort South Africa|
|Pretoria - City of Tshwane|
|The Voortrekker Monument|
|Centurion - Smuts House & Tea Garden|
|Cullinan Diamond Mine|
|Johannesburg - Gold Reef City|
|Lesedi Cultural Village|
|Nelson Mandela Family Home Soweto South Africa|
|Hector Pieterson Memorial|
|Regina Mundi Catholic Church|