5 Day Kruger Family Safaris

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.


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.


R 18 415

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 14745

Frequently Asked Questions


Is the Kruger National Park a good option for a 5day family safari?

Yes, the Kruger National Park can be a great option for a 5-day family safari. The Park is known for its incredible wildlife sightings and diverse landscapes, and there are many safari operators and lodges that offer a variety of safari packages and activities to suit different interests and budgets. A 5-day safari can allow for more time to explore the different regions of the park and increase the chances of seeing more wildlife.

What types of accommodation are available in the Kruger Park for families on a 5day safari?

Some popular options include family-friendly lodges, self-catering cottages, and private safari tents. Many lodges and camps offer accommodations that are specifically designed to cater to families, with features such as interconnecting rooms or family suites, child-friendly amenities, and activities to keep children entertained.


Is the Kruger National Park a safe place for a 5day family safari?

Yes, the Kruger National Park is generally considered a safe place for a 5-day family safari. The Park is well-managed, and there are strict rules and regulations in place to ensure the safety of visitors and the wildlife. However, it’s important to follow the Park’s guidelines, such as not getting out of your vehicle in undesignated areas, not feeding the wildlife, and keeping a safe distance from the animals.