4 Days Kruger National Park Safari in South Africa

  • Kruger National Park, Limpopo, South Africa

Explore Scenic Africa Kruger Park Safari

Explore the beauty of Africa on this memorable safari in Kruger National Park. This holiday is designed for a traveler who wishes to fit in a safari tour to the world famous game reserve in a limited amount of time. The Kruger Nation Park, which is one of the largest conservation areas in the world, gives you the best opportunity to experience all that Africa has to offer.

Highlights

  • View Africa's famous sunset
  • See the big five and other wildlife
  • Day or night open vehicle game drives with park rangers
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, coffee, and tea
  • Transfers to and from the airport
  • 3 nights accommodation
  • 3 activity days
  • English
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Bungalows

Bungalows are single bedroom units with en-suite bathroom and air conditioning. Some have communal kitchens while others have kitchenettes with basic kitchen equipment. Some bungalows have perimeter or river views, while others have been upgraded to luxury status.

Day 1

You will be picked up from O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB) or from your accommodation in Johannesburg, and transferred to Kruger National Park. After checking in to your accommodation, you will embark on your first small game drive to get your first feel of the African bush. The length of the drive will depend on what time you manage to leave Johannesburg and how tired you are. The meal provided for this day is dinner.

Day 2

You will wake before sunrise to get a head start on things, this is the best time to view game as the nocturnal animals are still active and other animals which use the cool of the morning to move to the watering holes. After a few hours of game viewing, your guide will find a comfortable spot to stop and have coffee or tea and some biscuits. Take in the sites and the smell as you enjoy Africa in its finest.

Move along before stopping for breakfast, which is prepared outdoors at a picnic site, with a magnificent view of the surrounding bushveld. During the heat of the day, relax by the pool or under the garden trees as you identify the many birds found here. Then, set off on your afternoon game drive. Your guide will again find a great spot to have a couple of sundowners and afternoon snacks, as you gaze over the vast savannah.

Return to camp to freshen up before meeting around the campfire to share the stories of the day. Have a wonderful supper prepared by your guide in true South African style on open coals and under the stars.

Also, included are the open vehicle game drives with a park ranger, these could be taken at night or in the early morning, and you can decide once checked in when you would like to do these drives. The meals provided for this day are breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.

Day 3

Today, you will be driven to another section of the park for some variety and you will have a bush breakfast at a picnic spot along the way. After letting that all settle, carry on at a leisurely pace and find a cool spot to relax and take in the sights. Snacks consisting of cheese, biscuits, and traditional South African biltong too will be served along the way. After that you will make your way back towards camp as the sun seeps and will enjoy your last sunset in the African bushveld. Dinner will be served under the stars again. The meals provided for this day are breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.

Day 4

You will have a small drive through the park as you make your way towards the exit gate and hopefully get one last glimpse of something special. The meal provided for this day is breakfast.

  • Anthony Cox

    Anthony first studied to become an adventure guide before completing his NQF level 4 guiding to become a provincial guide. His love of nature and people, combined with a strong determination to showcase the beautiful country, made for the perfect mix. It helps him to become a passionate and competent tour guide. With over 20,000 hours of guiding under his belt, he has covered many different tour types, from cultural to surfing, wildlife, and hiking.

  • Rhys Scott-Dawkins

    Rhys grew up on the coast and spent many years visiting the bush. His wildlife knowledge and knowledge of the South African coast line are second to none. This combined with his enormous ability as a host makes him a great guide to ensure you have a magnificent vacation.

Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park is located in the lowveld in the north-eastern region of South Africa and spans across two provinces, Mpumalanga and Limpopo. It is not only the largest national game reserve in South Africa, but also the most prestigious and impressive. This world-renowned park, which occupies an area of about two million hectares or 20,000 square kilometers, is home to a large variety of fauna and flora.

The park, which boasts of the richest assortment of life forms in Southern Africa, offers one of the best safari and game viewing experiences. The park is about 360 kilometers long from north to south, about 65 kilometers wide from east to west, and about the same size as Wales. The Kruger, formerly proclaimed a national park in 1926, is part of the Great Limpopo Frontier Park.

This massive peace park links the Kruger with the Gonarezhou National Park in Zimbabwe and with the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique. Zimbabwe lies to the north and Mozambique to the east of the park. Kruger National Park, which is famous for its abundant wildlife, is also a world leader in advanced environmental management techniques. Several rivers flow through the Kruger in an easterly direction, including the Sabie, Olifants, Crocodile, Letaba, Luvuvhu, and Limpopo rivers.

You have breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, coffee, and tea included in the price.

  • 2 day or night open vehicle game drives with park rangers
  • 3 nights accommodation
  • Conservation fee
  • Daily meals and snacks with coffee or tea
  • Guided transfers to Kruger and return to Johannesburg
  • Transfers to and from O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB)
  • Unlimited game drives in air-conditioned mini-bus
  • Airfare
  • Gratuities
  • Optional extra activities
  • Soft drinks and alcohol

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Endless Summer Tours will pick you up from the airport.

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
  • The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is cancelled up to 2 days before the arrival date.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 7 days before arrival.

Testimonials

  • Review by a traveler from United States
    9 out of 10

    "Four friends and I booked with Endless Summer Tours for a two-day, one-night safari in Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve. We were blown away by the entire experience in the best possible way. Our guides, Steve and Sean, were so much fun, informative, and GREAT cooks! We were so lucky we were able to be upgraded to a bush lodge in the park for our one night stay. It was so peaceful to be so far out in the wilderness. On our game drives we saw so many rhinos, giraffes, and elephants. My favorite part of the safari, however, was driving through the beautiful wilderness. Endless Summer Tours was so accommodating - Anthony with Endless Summer Tours even helped us get a last minute tour booked for a day trip to Lesotho for later on during our stay in South Africa. I can't overemphasize how awesome Endless Summer Tours was from the moment I contacted them to book a tour until the very end of our travels. We had an unforgettable experience and will definitely be using Endless Summer Tours for future visits to SA!"

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  • Review by Faye

    "Thank you Endless Summer for the other trips I did with you on this holiday, Durban, Oribi Gorge, Phezulu, and the airport transfers. The guides on these, Anthony and Rhys, were great going out of their way to help us. But I must single out Stephen as he helped to make two days even more amazing than I ever thought they could be. I would heartily recommend Endless Summer to anyone. Fabulous company with a great gang whose aim is to ensure you get the best time possible."

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  • Review by Xiao Hu

    "Endless Summer Tours provides that "special experience" just for you. All our queries were answered patiently. Payment methods were arranged to our satisfaction. Tremendous personal service. We were met at the airport and taken straight to Saint Lucia and were on a river trip viewing hippo, crocs,Fish eagles and African kingfishers before the end of the evening. Excellent breakfast, fantastic food. Then on to Umfolozi, our indefatigable guide showed us elephant before we even entered the park. Great lodge accommodation elephant and nyala below our balcony, good food, memorable barbecue by starlight and hours and hours of game viewing and animal photo-opportunities with our skilled, knowledgeable and tireless guide."

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  • Review by Zhi

    "We took the three-night and four-day tour from Durban to Hluhluwe/Imforlozi and St. Lucia Provincial Parks in KwaZulu-Natal and could not be more pleased. While Hluhluwe or Imfolozi are perhaps not as well known as Kruger, we lost count of the number of game we saw for most species. At times, our SUV was surrounded by an elephant herd. We saw three lions from a distance of 15 meters. We even had a very long and clear siting of African wild dogs, the most endangered. During the evening braais at Mpila, the hyenas had to be kept at bay by shining flashlights in their eyes, a rhinoceros and buffalo, as well as monkeys, baboons, warthogs and impalas wandered through the camp. All this without the crowds of Kruger. In fact, much of the day we saw no other vehicle on the roads, just the wildlife."

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  • Review by Alexa

    "Our trip to the Oribi Gorge with our guide Steve was a day to remember. As there were only two of us, plus Steve, this tour was very special. We had enough time at every spot, there was absolutely no rush and Steve was very informative, helpful and nice. Oribi Gorge doesn't seem to be that well-known as there weren't many people around but the trip was definitely worth it, great landscape and great animals to see there."

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  • Review by Boris

    "We booked for four days and three-night safari at the Kruger Park. Our guide Steve picked us up at the hotel in Johannesburg and drove us to the crocodile camp for the first two nights. He was a great guide, showing us a lot and could tell us all kinds of details about the park and the animals we saw. Besides being a great guide, he was a wizard with the braai and made sure we wouldn't starve...we saw a lot of giraffes, elephants, lions, all kind of deer, rhinos, hippos, crocodiles, and on the last morning three cheetas coming back from a hunt. I can surely recommend Endless Summer Tours. "

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Durban, South Africa

Endless Summer Tours offers overnight or day tours, safaris and holiday packages all over the East Coast of South Africa, Durban, Kwa Zulu Natal (KZN), and Kruger National Park.

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