Limpopo / Kruger Park

Widely renowned as one of Africa’s most unique and awe-inspiring holiday experiences, The Kruger National Park is a raw and unspoilt look into the heart of spectacular African wildlife and natural landscapes. Larger than Israel, Kruger spans nearly 2 million hectares of land along the Mozambique border.

With six diverse ecosystems, conditions vary across the park; however the overall conditions are subtropical. Many prefer to visit in winter when the days are drier and milder, as animals are drawn to the waterholes to drink and there is a lower risk of malaria. From game drives to foot safaris; luxury lodges to tented chalets, this park keeps visitors consistently coming back for more.