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The Kruger Park in South Africa is one of the best wildlife viewing locations in the world. The Park features over 140 species of large mammal including the magnificent Big 5. See the best 5-star luxury accommodation in the Kruger Park below.
The best time to visit the Kruger National Park is from July to October, with the premier month being August. This is the backend of the dry winter season and vegetation is low and the animals are more active in the cooler temperatures. The Kruger Park is however an all-year-round location.
Big 5 Animals
Excellent Leopard Viewing
Over 140 Large Mammals
500+ Bird Species
The Kruger Park is one of Africa’s leading safari destinations with an abundance of wildlife and accommodation options. Here are the most common questions we are asked. If you need assistance in planning your Kruger Park Luxury Safari or have more questions, contact a friendly Kruger expert.
The Big 5 animals are the elephant, rhino, buffalo, leopard and lion. They were given this name as they were the most challenging to track and hunt. The leopard is considered the most rare to see as they are notoriously shy, but the Kruger Park boasts a strong leopard population and sightings are frequent.
A luxury Kruger Park safari at a leading lodge starts from $500 per person sharing, per night in the low season and up to $2,500+ in the high season, depending on the level of luxury you desire. A typical 7-day luxury Kruger safari will cost in the $6,000 – $7,000 range per person.
In addition to the before mentioned Big 5, the Kruger Park is home to 140+ other large mammals, more than any park in Africa. If you are a bird lover there are over 500 different species year-round including over 260 resident species. So in short, you can see just about every African safari animal imaginable in the Kruger Park.
The Kruger Park is located in the northern region of South Africa and is easily accessible by road or air. The nearby airport has frequently daily flights and private landing strips are also available in the Park for light aircraft.
If you are a US, Canadian, EU, Australian or UK passport holder you will not require a visa for a stay up to 90 days. In cases where visas are required our friendly consultants will provide guidance.
The Kruger Park offers an abundance of game viewing and attractions. The most popular are below.
140+ Large Mammals
When you stay at a Kruger Park luxury safari lodge, there will be two classic safaris per day included in the price. The game drives typically depart in the early morning and late afternoon. The 4×4 open-top vehicles can cover vast distances and the local guides in the area are in frequent contact to share wildlife sighting information.
The Kruger Park is one of the best locations in Africa for a classic safari due to its abundance of large mammals and frequent Big 5 sightings.
A walking safari in the Kruger Park is a special experience that will leave your senses heightened. An experienced guide will lead you in the Park as you become familiar with the more intricate details often missed with an overland vehicle safari.
The Kruger Park is home to 500+ species of birds with 253 residents and the “Big Six Birds” as they are known, namely lappet-faced vulture, martial eagle, saddle-billed stork, kori bustard, ground hornbill and the notoriously reclusive Pel’s fishing owl.
Relaxation & Wellness
After a busy morning viewing game in the Kruger Park, there are few things better than a spa treatment to help you unwind. Every luxury safari lodge we work with provides luxurious wellness treatments to soothe mind, body and soul.
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