As the biggest park in Africa, you can be sure you won't be short of sights to see when you visit Kruger National Park. The iconic wildlife experience spans nearly a staggering 2 million hectares and is home to over 140 species of mammals, 114 reptile species, hundreds of birds, and over 330 plant species. With so much to see, we've highlighted some top things to see when visiting Kruger National Park.
First and foremost, The Big Five. You’ll find them all here - elephants, leopards, rhinos, buffalos and lions. An absolute must-see when visiting South Africa.
As well as The Big Five, you'll also find The Little Five and The Birding Big Six. These six species are the Ground Hornbill, Kori Bustard, Lappet-faced Vulture, Martial Eagle, Pel’s Fishing Owl and Saddle-bill Stork.
While there is a vast selection of different species of animals, be sure to check out the Five Trees. Showcasing nature at its finest, you'll find the Baobab, Fever Tree, Knob Thorn, Marula and Mopane all nestled within Kruger National Park.
Where To Stay
With on-site accommodation, the fun never has to stop at Kruger National Park. Choose from 9 different types of living arrangements to best suit you and your vacation. You'll love the safari tent if you are a camping enthusiast. Choose from the primary or upgraded package and sleep under the South African stars. Would you prefer something with more structure? No problem. With a selection of cottages and bungalows ranging from 1 bedroom to multiple sleeping spaces, there's something to accommodate everyone. If you want to enjoy a little bit of luxury during your stay, check out one of the ten luxury lodges available. With the newly built Skukuza Safari Lodge, there are plenty of choices when you book to stay at Kruger National Park.