Overnight in one of the Public Rest Camps staying in a standard en-suite Bungalow colloquially referred to as a "Rondavel" (a traditional circular African dwelling with a conical thatched roof)...
Tours depart from Nelspruit* (Mbombela) town daily on request. Our Kruger Safaris include Breakfast and Dinner daily and complimentary mineral water is available on board. The Safari vehicles with their elevated height and open sides are designed to experience the Kruger Park in a unique way enabling the guide to point out not only the sights, but also the scents and sounds of the African bush to help ensure an unforgettable experience.
*Looking for a Kruger Safari from Johannesburg? Perhaps a Kruger Safari from Maputo? Adding return shuttle bus tickets from either Johannesburg or Maputo (not included) to Nelspruit offers visitors the opportunity to book a fully inclusive affordable Kruger Safari Tour.
*Prices based on min of 4 participants.
Contact us for family Safari rates and cost of Kruger Park Safaris for individuals and couples.
From only ZAR 4 995pp
Departure time: 05h00-06h00 on Day 1 (seasonal)
Return time: +/- 16h00 on Day 2
Included: All entrance fees, mineral water, transport, Safari activities, 1x Dinner, 1x Breakfast
Highlights: "Quickie" Kruger Safari, for those with limited time available who would still like to spend at least one night inside the Kruger National Park falling asleep to the sounds of nature ...
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From only ZAR 8 500pp
Departure time: 10h00 on Day 1
Return time: +/- 14h00 on Day 3
Included: All entrance fees, mineral water, transport, Safari activities, 2x Dinners, 2x Breakfasts
Highlights: "Battle at Kruger" Safari, explore the area around the waterhole where this famous YouTube video was shot, an incredible encounter between buffalo, lion and crocodile...
From only ZAR 11 750pp
Return time: +/- 14h00 on Day 4
Included: All entrance fees, mineral water, transport, Safari activities, 3x Dinners, 3x Breakfasts
Highlights: "Sabie River" Kruger Safari, the perennial Sabie River offers spectacular year round game viewing with not only regular sightings of Africa's elusive "Big 5" but also large numbers of Hippopotami and crocodiles, not to mention the spectacular scenery and abundant birdlife...
From only ZAR 15 795pp
Return time: +/- 14h00 on Day 5
Included: All entrance fees, mineral water, transport, Safari activities, 4x Dinners, 4x Breakfasts
Highlights: "Best of the South" Kruger Safari, the Southern Park of the Kruger Park is known for greater numbers of animals, here the comprehensive road network traverses through a number of different ecozones enabling the visitor the opportunity to encounter a great variety of species...
From ZAR pp (Price on request)
Highlights: Stay at the 4 Star Pestana Kruger Lodge situated on the banks of the Crocodile River overlooking the Kruger National Park and only 800m from the Malelane Gate entrance. Hippos and several wildlife species can be seen from the deck with bar and restaurant overlooking the River.
Highlights: Experience the wonder of the African Bushveld with a visit to the luxurious Protea Hotel by Marriott situated only 100m from the Kruger Gate entrance to the Kruger National Park next to the Sabie River and enjoy your dinner around the campfire under the stars (weather permitting)...
Highlights: Self drive to Rio Vista Lodge B&B located situated on the banks of the Crocodile River bordering the Kruger National Park and very close to the Malelane Gate entrance into the Kruger park. An A La Carte Restaurant overlooking the River is situated on the property...
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