Kruger National Park

4×4 trails, Big Five, Birding, Buffalo, Bush, Elephant, Forest, Game Drives, Glamping, Hiking, Leopard, Limpopo, Lion, Mountain Biking, Mpumalanga, Rhino, Rivers, Safaris, Walking Safari

Why Visit?

Filled to the brim with the Big Five, opulent lodges and camps, as well as extraordinary ecosystems. With a land size almost as big as Israel, this is a South Africa bucket-list destination for many people. Both private and national areas of the park thrill visitors the world over.

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Getting There

The most direct driving route from Joburg to Kruger is 5-6 hours. Driving from Durban will take about 9-hours. Cape Town is a solid 20-hour trek. Air arrivals into Kruger are via Nelspruit, Phalaborwa, Skukuza airports — or via the airstrips that service the luxury lodges in the Kruger.


Kruger National park has 12 rest camps, four satellite camps, 5 bush camps, 2 bush lodges and 4 exclusive game lodges.

This gives you an enormous choice of accommodation which comprises a mix of luxury lodges, guesthouses, self-catering cottages, tented camps and much more.


From R310 to R3015 per person per night
R110 per adult, per day conservation fees for South Africans
R440 per adult,per day conservation fees for international visitors

Kruger Photos

Get inspired with these photos of the Kruger National Park.

VISIT Kruger

Go to the SANParks website to book your next day visit or holiday to the Kruger National Park.

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