The lodges and camps below represent the best Kruger Park luxury accommodation available. Contact Us and Save up to 20% over booking direct. The Kruger Park offers an abundance of wildlife and features the notorious Big 5 Animals.
The dramatic Singita Lebombo lodge is a celebration of innovative design in an African context. Suspended above the N’Wantesi River, the contemporary open plan suites provide a front-row seat to the richly diverse habitat, teeming with game and endless African skies.
The lodge comprises 13 luxury suites and an opulent private villa, set apart from the main lodge, featuring two-bedroom suites, each with a private pool.
The Royal Malewane not only boasts the most qualified guiding team in Africa, but it is also a finalist in the Top 50 Resorts in the World, voted by Conde Nast readers. The exclusive lodge offers the very best in Kruger Park luxury accommodation, with unsurpassed comfort and convenience.
Royal Malewane consists of just six Luxury Suites, two Royal Suites and the exclusive Africa House. The suites are the pinnacle of refinement and opulence in luxury safari accommodation.
Lions Sands Ivory Lodge has always been very high on the Kruger Park luxury accommodation rankings, but their latest renovations have taken them to a new level of exclusivity.
The Lodge features 9 villas, each with a private plunge pool, spacious deck and lounge area, situated on the banks of the Sabie River in the Sabi Sand Reserve. Lion Sands is an understated jewel in the greater Kruger crown, and a place that leaves guests in awe of her natural & simple beauty.
The Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa and is located in the north east of South Africa. The Park is renowned for its abundance of wildlife which includes the Big 5 as well as 147 species of large mammals, more than any other game reserve in Africa.
The Kruger Park is a year-round attraction but the dry winter months offer cooler temperatures and optimal game viewing. The best months to visit are from May to late August, with August being optimal due to the slightly warmer conditions. Early morning or evening game drives in June and July can be a very cold experience, so pack warmly if you are visiting during these months.
The Summer months in the Kruger Park from November to February can be exceedingly hot, often exceeding 38 degrees celsius. (120 degrees Fahrenheit). The animals typically seek shelter from the hot sun during the day and the increased rainfall makes for dense vegetation and less than optimal viewing conditions.
The Kruger Park boasts one of the largest concentrations of wildlife at any African reserve. The notorious Big are found here - lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino. In addition to these major safari attractions, The Kruger Park also features large populations of zebra, wildebeest, giraffe and a variety of plains game such as impala, waterbuck and kudu.
The bird life at Kruger Park features over 500 species, including 250 resident species and over 100 non-breeding migrants. The Kruger Park is also home to the Big Sex Birds, which include the martial eagle, kori bustard, ground hornbill, saddle-billed stork, lappet-faced vulture and Pel's fishing owl.
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