A resident bird specialist is available to take bird enthusiasts on guided walks, on this safari in Kruger National Park.
Learn and observe fascinating facts about the African bush, during morning or night game drives, tours, day trips and suggested itineraries in Kruger National Park. Morning game drives go out at around 4.30am in summer and 5.30am in winter. The duration of the drive is 3-4 hours.
Crocodile Bridge is in great game viewing country and is an ideal venue to pursue the Big Five on a sightseeing safari in Kruger National Park. Both Rhino species are regularly seen.
Giraffe, Zebra and several antelope species are usually seen within a few hundred metres of the camp gate. Lion, Leopard and Cheetah are all regularly recorded, while Hyena patrol the camp fence every night.
A special bird to look for, in this area, on your safari in Kruger National Park, is the pinkthroated twinspot. Blackbellied starlings have also been recorded in this region.
The rest camp itself has a busy stream of bird activity. Look for orange-breasted bush shrike, brown-headed parrot and a host of small ground feeding seedeaters such as waxbills, manikins, fire finches, widow finches and canaries.
These activities can only be booked in conjunction with confirmed accommodation bookings.
If you must walk around at night do not do so without a torch.