The Kruger Park is 380km long and on average about 60km wide.  A varied geological substructure supports an intricately interwoven rich variety of vegetation, animal and bird life.  It is probably the world’s richest wildlife reserve.  A journey through this priceless heritage of Southern Africa is a deeply rewarding experience.

Dramatic views and spectacular landscape you can experience on the Panorama Route.


Popular Attractions


God's Window
Game Drive
Pelgrims Rest
Night Drive
Sudwala Caves
Dinosaur's Park
Blyde River Canyon
Kruger Park


Total 1 550Km

                Recommended right through the year


Per Person Sharing


1-2 People
$1 900
€1 700
3-4 People
$1 600
€1 400
5-6 People
$1 400
€1 200
7-9 People
$1 250
€1 100


Safari includes

Safari excludes

Entrance fees and government taxes.
Lunches, Dinner and all beverages.
Transport to and from OR Tambo Airport.
Excluding all Visas.
Conservation fees and all activities mentioned above.
All personal expenses.
Bed and breakfast, 1 Dinner and 1 Lunch.







Airport Pick up
Thakadu Game Lodge
Crocodile Farm
Game Drive
Lunch  and Dinner
Long Tom Pass
Sudwala Caves
Dinosaurus Park
 God’s Window
A place where President Kruger hide gold and has not been found till today.
Blyderiver Canyon
Pilgrims Rest
Burks Pot holes
Old Gold diggers town and in present day a living museum.
Kruger Park
Boat ride in the Canyon
Game Viewing
3rd biggest Canyon in the World
Kruger Park
Night  Drive
Kruger Park
Game Viewing
Kruger Park
Return to OR Tambo Airport
Game Viewing


Kruger Park – Well known for its diversity of habitat and wildlife, Kruger offers visitors an excellent opportunity to experience close encounters with elephant, Rhino, buffalo, Lion, and Leopard in a natural unfenced environment.  Wild dog, Cheetah, Zebra, Giraffe and a variety of other species are also indigenous to the park.  A Paradise for the wildlife enthusiast with close to 150 mammals, over 380 species of indigenous trees, as well as over 500 bird species, the park is a birdwatcher’s haven. 

Pilgrms Rest  - A modern day living museum.  This historical mining Town has been preserved in the exact architectural style of the Gold rush period.  Allunial Gold was first discovered here in 1873 and spark off one of the biggest gold rushes of the time and mining only ceased in 1972. 

Blyde River Canyon – Burke’s Luck Pot holes mark the beginning of the Blyde River Canyon.  The third largest natural Canyon in the world.  The Natural potholes are deep cylindrical holes formed by the action of sand and rock carried down when the rivers are in flood.

Sudwala Caves – The oldest known Cave is situated at Sudwala.  These are one of the major tourist attractions of the Crocodile River Valley.  Visitors can explore a 600 meter route through passages and small halls with a total floor area of 14 000 square metres. 

Itinerary can change due to unforeseen circumstances.
Terms of payments: 50% non-refundable payment on booking.  Trip may however be postponed to a later date.  Balance is payable in cash on arrival.
Please enquire for the best price before booking.
Prices may change without notice.


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