3 Day Kruger Park Comfort Safaris

3-Day Kruger Park Hotel Safari


Full Day Panorama Tour

This day tour offers an opportunity to explore some of the most spectacular natural wonders in Mpumalanga province, from the towering cliffs of Blyde River Canyon to the cascading waters of Lisbon Falls. With an experienced tour guide to lead the way, you'll be able to learn about the history, culture, and ecology of the region, while enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime experience.


R 2700

3 Day Kruger Park Classic Safari Tour

This Classic Kruger National Park safari tour is an ideal option for travellers on a tight time schedule 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 12 180

3 Day Kruger Tremisana Lodge Safari

This popular 3-day safari tour takes you to one of the founding game lodges in a private game reserve that falls within the world-famous Greater Kruger.


R 13 635

Frequently Asked Questions


What is included in a 3 day Comfort safari in the Kruger National Park?

A typical 3 Day Comfort safari in the Kruger National Park includes accommodations in comfortable lodges or tents,  meals as per the itinerary,  game drives, park fees, and return transfers from a designated location.


What is not included in a 3 day Comfort safari? 

A 3 day comfort safari in the Kruger Park typically does not include: Airfare to/from the starting/ending point of the safari, Alcoholic drinks and beverages, Personal expenses such as souvenirs, gratuities, etc., Travel insurance, Additional excursions or activities not included in the itinerary, Optional upgrades such as single supplement fees, Vaccinations or medical expenses. It is important to check with the tour operator for a complete list of inclusions and exclusions before booking a safari.


What is the best time of year to go on a 3 Day Comfort safari in the Kruger National Park?

The best time of year to go on a 3 Day Comfort safari in the Kruger National Park depends on personal preferences and the type of experience desired. Some people prefer to go in the dry season when the wildlife is easier to spot, while others prefer to go in the green season when the landscape is lush and vibrant.