Kruger Bush Safaris
The Kruger National Park
Visit the world famous Kruger National Park… a 2 million hectare Big 5 and Bush haven famous for its unrivalled diversity of life forms, fused with historical and archaeological sites and a must for all to visit who come to South Africa. Enjoy a few relaxing days touring with us and experience Africa...The Kruger is home to an unbelievable number of species ... trees, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals including of course the famous BIG 5 of the wild…lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo.
Day 1 and 2 - Letaba
Letaba rest camp, the "river of sand" is one of the Kruger Park’s premium lush, green getaways, shaded under the gaze of the area’s prominent sycamore fig tree. The tone of this camp is comprised of the impressions of its gorgeous setting, the vibrant plant and animal populations of the area lending it a lively, colourful tone.
Accommodation at the camp is facilitated in a series of sixty tent sites, complete with electricity points and communal ablution and cooking facilities, as well as electric hotplates and washing up facilities. Furthermore, three-bed huts are available, with fridges, fans and air conditioners, and perimeter or river views; elevated two-bed and four-bed safari tents are offered, all permanent units, with fridges, standing fans and verandas. A further eighty thatch African style bungalows are available, each unit equipped with en-suite bathroom units, air-conditioning or fans, and kitchenettes.
Guest cottages have en-suite and separate bathrooms in each unit, air conditioning and ceiling fans, outdoor braai (barbecue) facilities and kitchens. Finally, the guest houses offered are luxury units, occupying prime locations for guests, with riverside views, microwave ovens and limited-channel DSTV televisions. Melville guest house sleeps nine people. Fish Eagle guest house sleeps eight, and has its own bird hide.Read more...
Day 3 and 4 - Lower Sabie
Under the impressive silhouette of the Lebombo Mountains, flanked by the Sabie river, guests to the Lower Sabie rest camp enjoy rustic, back-to-basics bungalow accommodation, as well as a wide variety of game and bird populations.
The camp, hugging the banks of the Sabie, accommodates guests in a range of units, including camp grounds, one-to-five bed huts, stilted, furnished tents, three or five-bed bungalows, and a luxury guest house with limited channel-access DSTV and a serene river view. En-suite bathrooms, fully stocked kitchenettes , and air conditioning make accommodation at Lower Sabie a breeze of comfort and accessibility.
The scenic grounds exhibit the area’s striking natural beauty ? symbolised by the definitive indigenous sycamore fig tree. Guests can take guided bush walks and game drives around the area, all supervised by informed and keen professionals - however children younger than six will not be permitted on game drives, while children younger than twelve are restricted from game walks.Read more...
More or less days can be added to this safari.
Safari starts and ends Hoedspruit.
Road charters and flights to and from Johannesburg can be included if requested.
Walk through one of the most remote and diverse places in the Kruger: the riverine areas of the Limpopo and Luvuvhu rivers and secret perennial springs interspersed with rugged baobab-dotted kopjes that jut from mopane woodland. Endless vistas across palm-studded floodplains, acacia woodland and ethereal riverine forest combine excellently with wildlife and bird encounters.
Pafuri Walking Trail is a three-night, four-day walking trail in the spectacular, private Makuleke Concession of the northern Kruger National Park. It is perhaps the best area for walking in the entire Park and is blessed not only with exceptional biodiversity but also spectacular scenery, seasonally high densities of many large mammal species, a feeling of wilderness and remoteness, and a sense of history. There is no better way to explore this magnificent area than on foot.