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Mopani Worm.

Game Drives from Phalaborwa to Mopani


Krugerpark News Information: The most direct route between Phalaborwa and Mopani is the H14, which is also the main access road to Shimuwini and Boulders Camps. The longer route
Bat-earred Fox Pup

Game Drives from Tshokwane to Satara


Krugerpark News Information: The earth-shaking roar of a lion can be heard over five kilometres away; the lion's roar is the loudest vocal sound created by any felid
Elephants

Explore the Olifants and Letaba Region of Kruger park


Krugerpark News Information: The Olifants River is generally accepted as the divide between southern and northern Kruger. To the south the vegetation is dominated by bushwillow. To
Decor at Hamilltons

Help on General Questions


Krugerpark News Information: These are some of our guests most frequently asked questions about travelling in Kruger National Park, including health and safety, conservation fees
 Impala on the run

Game Drive around the Central Lebombo


Krugerpark News Information: The central Lebombo has a wide variety of animal life because of the different habitats. From far away the rugged hills seem featureless, but as one gets
Game drive with buffalo

Game Drive from Orpen Gate to the Central Grasslands


Krugerpark News Information: Buffalo are found throughout the Park, but do particularly well in the central grasslands. There are approximately 31 000 buffalo in Kruger, living in

Game Drive from Orpen to Olifants


Krugerpark News Information: The most direct route between Orpen and the northern camps of Olifants and Letaba is the highly-recommended Timbavati Road (S39). Alternatively one may

Game Drive from Orpen to Satara


Krugerpark News Information: The most direct route from Orpen Gate to Satara is the tarred H7. One can include the Rabelais Loop dust road (S106). The closest water hole to Orpen
Maribou Stork and Vultures

Game Drive from Orpen to Skukuza


Krugerpark News Information: Orpen to Skukuza The most direct route between Orpen and Skukuza is the Nhlanguleni Road (S36), the dust road that bypasses Tshokwane and joins up with
Lion cub playing

Game Drive from Satara to Olifants


Krugerpark News Information: The most direct route between Satara Rest Camp and Olifants Rest Camp is the H1-4 tarred road. However, an interesting alternative is to take the S40
Three baboons

Game Drive from Satara to the Lebombo


Krugerpark News Information: The grasslands to the east of Satara are rich in game because of the nutritious grazing associated with the underlying basalt. There are two main roads
Cubs playing with Lion

Game Drives in Satara and Surrounds


Krugerpark News Information: Satara is good lion country and sightings of these magnificent beasts are possible on any of the roads around the camp. The surrounding area is at
Grasslands before a storm. Heinrich van den Berg

Game Drives in the Mluwati Concession


Krugerpark News Information: The Mluwati Concession is a 10 000-ha private reserve east of Talamati some 40km from Orpen Gate. It has three luxury camps which overlook the beautiful
Sable antelope

Explore the South West of Kruger Park


Krugerpark News Information: The botanically rich, high-rainfall mountainveld of the south-west provides habitat niches for some of Kruger's rarest antelope. This is the only part of
Pail Kruger monument. Hilton Barber

Game Drive Safari from Paul Kruger Gate


Krugerpark News Information: Paul Kruger Gate is the closest entrance to Skukuza and the quickest way to get in and out of the Park from Kruger's “capital”. One is confronted by the
Phabeni Gate. Hilton Barber

Game Drive Safari from Phabeni Gate


Krugerpark News Information: Phabeni Gate was built in 2002 to ease access to the Park for people travelling from Johannesburg or Pretoria via Hazyview. Its contemporary African
Photo of Giraffe family.

Game Drive Safari from Phabeni to Skukuza


Krugerpark News Information: The two main options are to take the upper Sabie River Road (S3), a dirt road that tracks the Sabie River to Paul Kruger Gate, or the main tar road
Sunbird

Game Drive on the Rhino Koppies Route


Krugerpark News Information: Lake Panic and Skukuza Nursery are both accessed from the main road between Skukuza and Paul Kruger Gate (H11). Lake Panic apparently got its
Whitebacked vulture. Nigel Dennis

Game Drive on the Sabie Sands Loop


Krugerpark News Information: Although there is usually heavy tourist traffic on this road, it is probably the best chance the visitor has of seeing lion and a variety of other game
Bat-eared fox. Nigel Dennis

Game Drives around Tshokwane


Krugerpark News Information: Tshokwane, a major stop on the Kruger Park savanna highway between north and south, has a picnic area, provision store and gift shop as well as
Golf at Skukuza

Game Drives around the Skukuza Area


Krugerpark News Information: Skukuza is the “capital” of Kruger and an excellent camp for the first-time visitor to get acquainted with the history of the Park and the scope of
Hippo and calf

Game Drives from Skukuza to Lower Sabie


Krugerpark News Information: There are two main routes between Skukuza and Lower Sabie. These are the Sabie River Road via Nkuhlu Picnic site (H41) which can get very busy during
Pangolin

Game Drives from Tshokwane to Lower Sabie


Krugerpark News Information: There is one main route between Tshokwane and Lower Sabie which is the H10. There are many interesting deviations and viewpoints along the route
The Kruger game viewing experience from an open safari vehicle. Singita

Compare Game Viewing Experiences


Krugerpark News Information: Game viewing in the Kruger National Park is a wonderful experience! This great safari destination caters for every kind of traveller wanting to see
Plains Camp

Game Drives from Skukuza to Satara


Krugerpark News Information: There are two main roads between Skukuza and Satara in the central grasslands. These are the main tar road via Tshokwane (H1-2) and the Nhlanguleni
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