Explore Kruger Park & Surrounds

No trip to Southern Africa is complete, without a visit to the internationally renowned Kruger National Park, which boasts the most diverse game viewing experience in Africa, with 147 species of mammal and over 500 species of bird. Not only is it home to the infamous Big 5, but also numerous other animals including the endangered African Wild Dog, Cheetah and Pangolin, to mention just a few of the many wild wonders to discover in The Kruger National Park, one of the last true wildlife sanctuaries left on the planet!

In the surrounding areas of Kruger Park one can encounter many an intriguing species of wildlife to gain a greater appreciation and more in-depth knowledge of their importance and roles in the African bushveld, from one of the most committed conservation areas on the continent.

Closely situated, is the famous Panorama Route, which winds through the northern-most part of The Drakensberg Mountain range and offers visitors an historical journey through quaint mountainside towns established during the area’s gold rush, exquisite views of crystal-clear waterfalls and breath-taking panoramic vistas from atop the mountainside. Also, along this route is the magnificent Blyde River Canyon, the largest green canyon in the world and 3rd largest overall.

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