What to do and Where to stay in
Kruger National Park and the surrounding Private Game Reserves offer some of the best game viewing in South Africa, particularly the Sabi Sands area, where game such as the notoriously shy leopard – can be seen around every bend.
Sabi Sands and Timbavati are just two of the Private Game Reserves that allow the lodges within them to offer an exclusive experience and up close & personal game viewing!
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Experiences in Kruger
Take advantage of the excellent guiding at one of the many stunning lodges and Private Game Reserves designed to pamper. Guests can also take guided walks on foot (from age 12+ pending the lodge) and take sleep-overs in the heart of the African Bush.
This safari region has more to offer by way of the Panorama Route which offers a scenic driving route with breath-taking views along the Eastern slopes of this part of the escarpment including ‘God’s Window’ offering an unforgettable outlook. Here you also find the world’s third largest and biggest ‘green’ canyon, the Blyde River Canyon. In addition there are attractions such as the astonishing Bourke’s Luck Potholes and Three Rondawels.
Visit the quaint towns of Pilgrim’s Rest, a living museum dating back to the heyday of the Gold Rush, as well as Sabie, Graskop, Ohrigstad and Hazyview.
This region is malarial and usually accessed by flights from Johannesburg / Cape Town to either Kruger International Airport or Hoedspruit Airport – then a further 1.5-3 hours drive to your applicable lodge.
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