Kruger National Park
The Kruger National Park will always be regarded as the prototype of wildlife sanctuaries in Africa. Established in 1898 the park sets a formidable standard – its scenery, plants and animals, advanced environmental management techniques and policies, as well as its singularly romantic history, will always ensure that it has a unique place among the world’s game reserves.
Morning Drive, Morning Safari, Day Safari
Departing in the early morning, enjoy the beauty and tranquility of sunrise in the bush, with the opportunity of viewing a variety of animals in their natural environment.
Night Safari, Bush Braai
Sunset is a time when night animals emerge and a night drive and bush braai is the perfect opportunity to witness the beauty of the bush as it changes from day to night. Game viewing is done using spotlights. It is also a wonderful opportunity to view our star filled sky away from city lights.
Morning/Afternoon Walks or Day Hike
A great opportunity to experience the bush on foot, learn more about the birds, trees and all the things you never see from a vehicle. Enjoy the beauty and serenity of sunrise or sunset in the bush away from the noises and stresses of daily life.
Night in a Hide
Let the animals come to you, while watching the sun set over the nearby dam you will see wildlife come down to the water to drink and the birds settle in to roost. Enjoying a traditional South African braai you will be able to hear the bush come to life. During the evening we continually check the dam with a spotlight to see what comes to visit. This is a great experience as it offers a window to an Africa that no longer exists elsewhere.
Visit Masorini Archaeological Site
In addition to picnic facilities, Masorini also has an interesting archaeological display and reconstruction of the iron-working village that used to exist there in pre-colonial times. Great views of the surrounding area are to be seen from the top of Masorini Hill.
Letaba Camp and Elephant Hall Museum
Letaba Camp is located on the river of the same name. It’s a firm favourite with Park visitors because of its restful, shady atmosphere and home to the Elephant Hall Museum offering a journey through the History of Elephants paying particular attention to “The Magnificent Seven”.
Olifants Camp is famous for its magnificent setting, overlooking the top of the Olifants Gorge, where it begins to crawl its way through the Lebombo Range. It offers visitors a bird’s eye view of a multitude of wildlife below.
The camp spreads itself in an area of flat, open grasslands enjoying its own special spaciousness among the knobthorn, leadwood, marula and a variety of Acacia trees that surround it. It’s home to big herds of zebras, wildebeest, buffalo and impala and is said to be the best spot for predators.
Skukuza Golf Course
The Skukuza Golf Course is a magnificent 9 hole (18 tee) course situated in the southern section of the Kruger National Park. The rich wildlife sanctuary surrounding the golf course is home to the Big Five, a huge variety of birds and countless animals, which all conspire to provide the visitor with a harmonious close to nature experience.
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