5 Day Kruger Park Comfort Safaris

5-day Kruger Park and Panorama Route Hotel Safari

The Panorama Route refers to the escarpment area in Mpumalanga Province where the Drakensberg mountains separate the Highveld from the Lowveld to the east. The Panorama Route along the escarpment is one of South Africa's most scenic areas and include the Blyde canyon that extends for 50kms along the escarpment. 

From

R 19680

5 Day Kruger Park Classic Safari Tour

The 4 night/5 day Classic 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.

From

R 21 000

5 Day Kruger Tremisana Lodge Safari

Join our safari guides on a 4 Night / 5 Day Tremisana Kruger Park Safari. En-suite accommodation and a full Day guided open vehicle safari drive in the heart of the Kruger National Park.

From

R 18 415

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Is wintertime a good idea for a 5 day Comfort Safari in the Kruger Park?

Wintertime (May to September) can be a good time for a Comfort Safari in the Kruger Park for these  reasons: Animals are more easily spotted as they gather near water sources. Winter temperatures in the Park are more comfortable with mild to cool days and chilly nights.  Winter is a low season for tourism in South Africa, resulting in fewer crowds and a more peaceful experience in the Park.  Accommodation and activity costs are typically lower in winter.

 

Are there age restrictions for children on a 5 day Comfort safari in the Kruger National Park?

Most tour operators offering 5 day comfort safaris in the Kruger Park do not have age restrictions for children, but it’s always a good idea to check with your tour operator in advance.

 

What type of activities are suitable for families on a 5 day Comfort safari in the Kruger Park?

A 5 day comfort safari in the Kruger Park can offer a range of activities suitable for families, such as guided game drives, nature walks, birdwatching, and cultural experiences. Some accommodation types offer additional activities, such as swimming pools, children’s play areas, and wildlife presentations, which can be a great way for families to relax and learn together.