Nandzana Safaris

Nandzana offers tours and walking safaris in the Kruger Park and surrounding areas. We have a passion for all wildlife and love nothing better than to share it.

Testimonials 3

Stephanie Mogn Smith Philadelphia

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This was such an amazing experience! Craig was so knowledgeable and it was interesting to see and learn about all of these beautiful animals in their natural habitat. Craig is also an awesome photographer and was able to help us use our cameras to get some great shots!

Dylan Tan Malaysia

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Such a shame i can't find 10 stars button here. My South Africa holiday just completed perfectly with Nandzana! Awesome guy and take extra miles to give us the best possible experience. Definitely is the only tour you should pick with Nandzana

Vincent Mulder Engelen

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We had a great full day exclusive safari with Graig. Graig was was exatly on time early in the morning. After a short drive to the gate he offered coffee and we discussed how we would like to spend the day. Graig planned the day accordingly. We spend some time in the moring in the area of Phalaborwa. We went up north, spend enough time to see the behaviour of the animals. Graig told us a lot of things about the animals and the Kruger. He has deep knowledge about the Kruger and the animals and is able to share this making the trip very interesting. Graig has other involvements in the Kruger, this adds depth to his explanations.

Nandzana is a private company owned by Graig and his wife. The website seems to good to be true, but after having experienced the safari we found out it is true. It is really great.

Some tips for a safari starting in Phalaborwa:

Ask to go to the North. When you come from Johannesburg you have probably already spent some time in the south of the Kruger. In that case I would definitely recommend to spend time in the area of Phalaborwa and the north of Phalaborwa. This way you will see another part of Kruger that has it's own charm. (For example, in the south you will see most animals together with loads of other cars spoiling the atmosphere, in the north you will see animals alone). Up north we saw a beatifull river full of crocodiles even though the other parts of the park where very dry. In the area of Phalaborwa we saw a lioness with cubs (alone, no other cars).

Ask to take it easy. It is better to spend time slow driving having a relaxed safari. This way you will have a better day and see more.

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