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5 Day Kruger Classic Camping Safari Tour

The 4 night/5 day Camping Kruger National Park safari tour is an ideal option for travellers who want to experience the wonders of South Africa’s iconic national park and its incredible animals and birds, including the famous Big 5.


R 16 500

5 Day Ultimate Budget Kruger Park Safari

Our Ultimate Budget Kruger Safari is designed for those guests who would like to experience a safari to the world-renowned Kruger National Park, whist traveling on a budget.


R 12495

5 Day Kruger Park Treehouse Safari

The 4 Night / 5 Day Kruger Park Tree House Safari package includes all accommodation, breakfast and dinner daily,safari drives in open 4×4 vehicles, visit to a wildlife rehabilitation center, guides safari walks and the Blyde River Canyon.


R 16 215

5 Day Kruger Budget Tented Safari

4 Night / 5 Day Kruger National Park Budget Camping Safari. Spend 1 night in a wonderful lodge and then 3 nights in a tented lodge, both situated in the Greater Kruger National Park.


R 13 635


Frequently Asked Questions



What wildlife can I expect to see in the South-East part of the Kruger National Park?

This area of the Kruger Park is well-known for sightings of  2 of the famous Big 5 – Elephant and Rhino, wild dogs and cheetahs.


In which part of the Kruger Park can I expect to see leopards?

The area where you drive from Lower Sabie to Skukuza (H4-1) is known as “leopard country”. The presence of these majestic cats is higher in this part of the Park than anywhere else.


Is there a dam for wildlife viewing in the South-East part of the Kruger Park?

Yes, the Sunset dam located off the H4-1.


Is there a picnic spot on the Lower Sabie to Skukuza route?

Yes, there is a picnic spot at Nkuhlu, located almost halfway between Lower Sabie and Skukuza rest caps.


Where is the best place in the Kruger Park to see cheetahs?

The 12km circular road (S122) around Muntche Hill in the Kruger Park is known for its many reported cheetah sightings