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3-Day Guided Safari: Kruger National Park from Johannesburg
"Day 1: Johannesburg - Kruger Park (D) Depart from Johannesburg no later than 7:30am. On entering Numbi Gate you'll take a leisurely drive with your guide pointing out various bird species antelope and discussing our flora and fauna with you.Then stop at one of the Kruger camps for a lunch break before continuing on your afternoon game drive till gate closing time and then check in to your accommodation for a well deserved good nights rest as does your 3 day classic safari in order to have a greater chance of seeing game so you’ll get a wake-up call at 5:30am in order to get on the road by the time the gates open. You'll stop at one of the Kruger camps for breakfast at 8am. After breakfast you'll continue on your safari hoping to spot as many animals as possible before lunch when you will stop for another break
From ZAR7,500.00
 
4-Day Guided Kruger Park Adventure Safari from Johannesburg
"Day 1: Johannesburg - Kruger Park (D) Depart from Johannesburg no later than 7:30am. From Numbi Gate your 4 day adventure safari follows the Numbi to Skukuza road viewing plenty of game as you go. Many animals move towards water in the hot afternoon sun and you’ll see herds of impala and waterbuck on the banks of the rivers and at the waterholes. By the time you arrive at Skukuza the largest camp in the Kruger National Park you will have had a good idea of what’s to follow in the next few days on your Kruger Park adventure safari. You’ll be booking into camp before the gates close for the night and after checking in you’ll have a chance to freshen up in your chalet before joining others for a delicious buffet dinner at the camp’s restaurant. Days 2: Kruger Park (B D) The Kruger Park adventure safari gets going early in the Kruger
From ZAR8,900.00
 
2-Day Bushveld Safari Guided Tour from Johannesburg
"Day 1: Johannesburg - Kruger Park (D) Depart from Johannesburg no later than 6:30am. From the Kruger Park gate slowly making your way to the camp for lunch game viewing on the way.  (This may change as we are in radio contact with other vehicles so it all depends where the action is).  After lunch you'll continue your Kruger Park bushveld safari game drive until late afternoon when you'll will mak as does everything in the Kruger National Park in order to have a greater chance of seeing game and our elusive predators still on the prowl so it is up bright and early in order to get on the road when the gates open. Breakfast will be enjoyed at one of the picnic areas or Kruger camps after which we continue our game viewing departing from the Kruger Park at 10:00am and returning to Johannesburg in the late afternoon."""
From ZAR3,750.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Kruger National Park

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Drakensberg Escarpment

About an hour's drive west of Klaserie/Kruger is a wall of mountains known as the Drakensberg Escarpment. Those driving to Johannesburg will have to traverse it, enjoying the astonishing beauty of the...
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TAKE IT SLOW & ENJOY IT MORE

Plan your trip – do not try and cover too great a distance. The Kruger National Park is a massive tract of land and frequently visitors try to cover too much ground. Slow travel and regular stopping...
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Nelspruit

Nelspruit is the biggest town close to Kruger. It has grown phenomanally in the last decade and I think of it as a little city now actually.It was first visited in the late 1980's with my family for...
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Sweni Hide

One thing we were going to pass by but decided, "what the heck, let's stretch our legs & go see it," is the Sweni Hide. Located on the Sweni River on the S37 road (east and south of Satara rest camp),...
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Hide

A hide is a man-made structure, usually constructed with natural materials, designed to blend into the natural environment. Sometimes they overlook a water hole, other times a vantage point high up on...
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Waterholes

Most animals head down to the waterholes to drink at dusk and dawn. Try to plan your driving route so you head towards a waterhole near to these times…These are great places to park your car, and sit...
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Stakeout the waterholes 6.

A tentative Kudu waits patiently for nighfall at the edge of the scrub near the waterhole. He wanders out and has a look before nervously retreating to the sanctuary of the trees. I am not sure if it...
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Stakeout the waterholes 5.

It is incredible to see the amount of damage these huge elephants do to the environment. Love them or hate them they deserve their place in Africa but it is sad to see the barren wasteland left after...
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Stakeout the waterholes 4.

An amazing array of animals take their chances every evening when they aproach the waterholes for a refreshing drink. I can not understand why they then stand motionless as if they are waiting to be...
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Stakeout the waterholes 3.

Even after the sun has set, a steady stream of animals still make their way to the waterhole to put an end to their thirst. There are still several species of animals lurking near the water watching...
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Stakeout the waterholes 2.

It seems that zebra love to stand in the waterholes and fowl them up. This giraffe does not mind though and bows down to suck up as much water as possible in a short amount of time. I thought his neck...
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Stakeout the waterholes.

Some of the best game viewing can be found around the waterholes at sunset. Most animals head toward these waterholes, that are scattered around Kruger National Park, for an evening drink after a long...
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Check out the birdlife.

The Kruger National Park is, without doubt, the finest birding locality in southern Africa. It provides a unique combination of wilderness areas, varied habitats, easy road access, and comfortable...
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Water crossings.

There are numerous water crossings withing the Kruger National Park. I found these crossings to be an excellent area to see water birds, crocs, hippos and warthogs.The Kruger National Park is, without...
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Top Things to Do in Kruger National Park

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Big 5

Large herds of elephants roam Kruger. They can be spotted throughout the park. Elephant conservation has been a bright spot at kruger with population well over 10,000 having to be occasionaly culled...
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Game Drives (at night)

This is a good time to spot animals. Make sure you wear warm clothing since the vehicle they take you in has open windows. They do provide you with blankets but the forest can be quite chilly in the...
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Game Drives (guided)

As part of the price of the safari with Viva Safari we received 5 game drives. One sunset drive, one early morning drive, two afternoon drvies and one Kruger Park drive (for more on the Kruger Park...
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Game Drives (Self-Driving)

Kruger is a top wildlife photography destination and as seriously keen on this kind of photography, I prefer the self-drive (well actually hubby is the greatest driver I know). But the park also ...
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other wildlife

Here is a picture of a local frog. it's about the size of finger and very colorful. It's important amongst all the big game to keep you eyes open for the some amazing small animals that can be seen...
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Birds

These Eagles have a look very similar to the American Bald Eagle. They are known as fish eagles because there primary food source is fish and they will sit on a treetop waiting for a fish to come...
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Top 5 Kruger National Park Writers

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Braveheart.southafrr

"*THE KRUGER NATIONAL PARK* and the surrouding area"
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K.Knight

"Kruger, the total wildlife experience..in comfort!"
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Jim_Eliason

"Kruger National Park"
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MikeAtSea

"The Kruger National Park – Wildlife Paradise"
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DAO

"NON-STOP WILDLIFE"
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