Nothing beats going to the park and seeing Africa at its best. We saw the big 5 before we had even got to our lodge. Kruger never fails to disappoint
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I haven't been to the Kruger for 20 years, and the amount of cars now driving around that park is quite incredible. It means when you see something special, there is quite a queue of cars jockeying to get a sight. That said, you still...More
I did a game drive on another private lodge. I was able to follow the animals of track. In Kruger I could see the animals of track, but had to stay on the main road. There is no chance to track the animals, so your...More
highly recommend this trip! animals are so close to the jeeps, its amazing! kruger provides a unique opportunity to see wildlife in their environment
Not allowed off road so viewings are not right up close and personal. Although the place is huge the very nature of the safari exercise means that vans can cover only limited areas as they have to go out and come back. Far greater chance...More
The Kruger Nationalpark offers absolutely beautiful landscapes and a wide variety of animals. It is easy to discover it by your own vehicle and there are not as many tourists as reported by the media. Still very enjoyable and definitely worth a visit.
I have always loved the Kruger and I still do, what a magnificent place it is!! We had a delicious rest at Skukuza and enjoyed coffee from the deck overlooking two buffalo grazing next to the river.
We were a few of the priveledged pre-booked visitors allowed into the Park on the Sunday morning between 8 and 10. Earlier this week I pre-booked for the 6 of us, thank heavens. When we joined the que just after 8 we saw many vehicles...More
My first visit to the Kruger promised to be great, but was sadly ruined when I was charged R70 something for a simple map without which one would be lost in the park. Really? Although a well prepared and good quality document, I believe it...More