Kruger National Park is a world-acclaimed safari tour destination and part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park between Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe – the world’s greatest animal kingdom. Game viewing’s best in winter (May to September) when the vegetation is low and it's easier to spot game, while in spring and summer (August to April) courtship duels, newborns and prolific birdlife can be seen.
There are rewarding self-drive routes to every corner of the park and daily game drives from most camps, along with 7 guided wilderness trails, mountain biking and 4x4 routes from selected camps. Stay in a park-managed camp or one of the many luxury safari lodges on private game reserve concessions inside the reserve.
Besides the Big 5, lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino, see endangered African wild dogs; go on a bush walk – if you’re lucky you’ll meet the Little 5, leopard tortoise, buffalo weaver, ant lion, elephant shrew and rhinoceros beetle - or camp out in the bush. Even be a ranger for a day, and discover the secrets of bush craft, animal tracking and game capture.