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6 Day Kruger Park Budget Safaris

6 Day Kruger Park Treehouse Safari

The 5-night/6-day Kruger safari tour offers a different and exciting trip to guests who don’t mind roughing it slightly to enjoy the privilege of a unique African bushveld experience. Guests stay in rustic but comfortable treehouses at a bushveld lodge.


R 17 705

6 Day Kruger Classic Camping Safari

The Kruger Park is renowned for its incredible biodiversity and rich cultural history. This 6 day tour offers you ample time to explore the southern region of the Kruger Park and provides a glimpse of the vast wilderness.


R 15 835

6 Day Kruger Budget Tented Safari

The 5-night/6-day Kruger safari offers guests a genuine African safari experience, staying in rustic but comfortable accommodation in the Greater Kruger which shares an unfenced border with the iconic Kruger National Park.


R 14 735


Frequently Asked Questions


Where is the Greater Kruger?

The Greater Kruger lies adjacent to the Kruger National Park and consists of a collection of unfenced game reserves. Here game roam freely between the Kruger and the Greater Kruger. It is well-known as the biggest protected wildlife wilderness in Africa


What wildlife can I expect to see in the Central region of the Kruger Park?

The Central region of the Kruger National Park is known for sightings of an abundance of impala, zebra, waterbuck, sable antelope and kudu.

How many lions are in the Central region of the Kruger National Park?

There are an estimated 60 lion prides within a 20km radius of Satara Camp


Is the S39 route in the Kruger National Park worth following?

Yes, this route traveling along the Timbavati river for almost 50km is known as one of the best routes in the Kruger Park and the route where you can expect to see the famous White Lion of the Kruger Park. It is rich in biodiversity and crosses many geographical zones.


Is the route along the Olifants River in the Kruger Park worth following?

This route is one of the most spectacular stretches of the Kruger Park and more appreciated for its scenic beauty and bird life than animals, although leopard sightings are often recorded along this route.  Bird lovers would like to know that the main breeding grounds of the very rare Saddle-billed and Black storks can be found here.