KRUGER NATIONAL PARK OVERNIGHT SAFARI PACKAGES

We have experience to make your Safari memorable; providing great service since 2004. Our tours are Private, conducted by well qualified responsible tour guides, with an extensive knowledge of the Kruger Park camps. For transportation we use fully insured comfortable air conditioned vehicles. We pick up and drop off at O R Tambo International airport and hotels around the area and, at accommodation establishments in Johannesburg-Sandton, Rosebank, and Fourways, in Kempton Park, Midrand, and Pretoria etc.

We include Panorama route on our Safari package, to give visitors an opportunity to visit Bourke’s Luck Potholes, God’s window and the three rondavels along the spectacular scenery of the Blyde river Canon.


KRUGER 3 DAY SAFARI PACKAGE WITH PANORAMA ROUTE


KRUGER 4 DAY SAFARI PACKAGE WITH PANORAMA ROUTE


KRUGER PARK CAMPS ACCOMMODATION

 

 RECOMMENDATIONS AND PRE-CAUTIONS
* Guests are advised to take anti -malaria precautions before visiting the Park.
* Use insect repellents
* Bring light and warm clothes.
* Rain coat recommended for rainy days
* Do not forget your camera

 

 

KRUGER PARK OVERVIEW

Kruger National Park was established in 1898 to protect Wildlife.
It is the largest game reserve in South Africa, one of the largest in African Continent measuring 2 million hectares. Kruger Park is an internationally renowned destination that offers the world’s greatest safari experience. It is truly the flagship of South African National Parks. The Park has some of the diverse wildlife on earth. Kruger National Park attracts thousands of International guests every year.

It is home to the big 5 namely: the Mighty Lion and Elephant, graceful Leopard, Buffalo and the endangered Rhino. Kruger National Park is also home to other species such as Cheetah, Leopard, Hyena, Zebra, Kudu, Impala, Giraffe, Hippopotamus, and Crocodiles among others. The Park also has more than 500 species of birds.

 

PANORAMA ROUTE OVERVIEW

Panorama route allow guests to experience Natural wonders of Mpumalanga Province along the Blyde River Canon.
The Blyde River Canon is the third deepest canon in the World, after the Grand Canyon in the Western U.S and Namibia’s Fish Eagle Canyon. One will experience some of the most Spectacular Mountain Scenery in Africa.

From many well-positioned vantage points one has a view of the 68 mile long gorge, which starts at Bourke’s Luck Potholes and ends at the Three Rondavels Potholes are very extra-ordinary rock formations that were shaped millions of years ago by erosion. This breath taking Gorge provides unforgettable memories.

 

 


 
 
 
 
 
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