Kruger National Park Safari Lodges - South Africa
A visit to South Africa without going on a safari to Kruger National Park is not complete! The vast majority of visitors choose Kruger National Park for the authentic safari experience it provides. Kruger National Park offers many accommodation options at prices suitable to all visitors and all budgets, from self catering options at the various rest camps to luxury lodges on private concessions with Kruger National Park.
Many visitors choose the self drive option where you can hire a car and drive through Kruger National Park as a day visitor or when staying at one of the rest camps. Kruger National Park luxury lodges offer a great safari experience which include all meals, sometimes most drinks and 2 game drives per/day with experienced and well informed safari guides.
Sabi Sands Lodges Reviews
The main aim for anyone visiting the Kruger National Park is to view Africa's Big Five in their natural habitat, roaming free without fences or barriers and interacting with the different other species.
The Big Five is a term developed by hunters in the early 20th century which described the most dangerous five animals to hunt on foot; Lion, Leopard, Cape Buffalo, Elephant & Rhino. Here you will find a selection of safari lodges inside Kruger National Park which we recommend to make your visit to South Africa the perfect African safari holiday.
There are a number of Private Wildlife Reserves bordering the Kruger National Park, all of them offer luxury private safari lodge accommodation and superb safari experience.
Private Game Reserves near Kruger like Sabi Sands or Timbavati are very well-known and offer some of the best private and luxury safari lodges in South Africa. There are no fences; the animals roam freely between Kruger Park and the Private Game Reserves. Spot the wild animals from your lodge while they are gathering around a waterhole or go on day or night drives in open land rovers. For the adventurers, bush walks are also available. Other game reserves are fenced, however they provide visitors the opportunity to see Africa's Big Five in their natural habitats in the shortest time possible.