Being in Kruger National Park is at once peaceful and exhilarating. It is wonderful to be disconnected from the buzz of the internet and telephones. Just take in the unique sounds, sights, smells, and the air of the park. Nothing beats the excitement of being the ones to spot a leopard or hear a herd of 200 buffalo thundering past the car. There is truly a satisfaction and excitement in spotting animals on your own, feeling like you are really in a wildlife documentary. All you need is a car, binoculars, and a good camera. You're one step away from starting your safari adventure.
The 5 day Kruger National Park safari is designed so you can experience an African safari in a fun, affordable, and adventurous way. This safari package has been put together based on years of experience to help you explore the world-famous Kruger National Park and the private Sabi Sand Game Reserve.
You will experience the combination of a private guided safari with self-driving so you will get the best of both worlds. For your full-day safari to Kruger National Park and late-afternoon / early evening Sabi Sand Game Reserve, you will get picked up from and dropped off at the doorsteps of your lodge.
You will check in at Swagat at Kruger Park Lodge at 16:00.
You will get picked up at your lodge for a full-day guided safari into Kruger National Park.
You will enjoy the resort or take an early morning self-drive into Kruger National Park. After that, you will be picked up at your lodge around 14:30 for a private safari into the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Upon arrival, you will be served by tea, coffee, and biscuits at a private lodge, followed by a late afternoon / early evening safari in Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Break for sundowners, you will head back to the Sabi lodge for a boma dinner before heading back to Swagat at Kruger Park Lodge.
You can enjoy the lodge’s many amenities during your leisure time along with a leisurely self-drive into Kruger National Park or the Panorama Route.
You will check out at 10:00.
This safari will take place at Kruger National Park and Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Kruger National Park is an enormous South Africa's flagship game park, nearly 2 million hectares. The park is about the size of Northern Ireland or the state of Connecticut, teeming with lions, elephants, rhino, giraffe, leopards, honey badgers, kudus, impalas, zebras, buffaloes, numerous birds, insect, and plants species.
Established in 1898, Kruger is called home by 147 mammals, 114 reptiles, 507 birds, 34 amphibians, 49 fish, and 336 trees. In addition to the fauna and flora, Kruger National Park offers visitors the chance to view rock paintings and visit the ancient archaeological sites of Masorini and Thulamela. Kruger National Park has an extensive network of tarred and dirt roads and each gate and camps sell a detailed map with dams, picnic spots, hides, distances, and an animal and bird identification guide.
You will be served a boma dinner on the third day. Other meals can be enjoyed at any one of the many local restaurants in Hazyview or you can cook in the fully-equipped kitchen with ingredients bought at the supermarket.
You can enjoy a wonderful and relaxing massage at the local spa for an additional cost.