Kruger National Park sprawls out in South Africa, brushing the western border of Mozambique. The area is considered a flagship for the country’s national parks and one of the best managed parks. It is also part of the larger Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, which includes conservation areas in Mozambique and Zimbabwe. There are a couple of airports to choose from when flying in to the area, one being the main gateway of Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport – an excellent selection for those visiting the southern camps. Travelers to the northern camps can opt for Hendrik Van Eck Airport
Kruger National Park is truly a retreat for nature lovers. The area thrives on maintaining is ecological diversity and sharing that experience with those that come to visit. Bush drives, night drives, and a long list of trails provide countless hours of exploration. These can range from a couple hours to several days and usually include an educated guide. This is most certainly the place to be to catch the Big Five as well as African flora and fauna. There is also an opportunity for a round of golf
when looking for relaxing recreation.
Kruger National Park is truly a popular destination, something easy to see in the abundance of accommodation the area provides. The eastern and southern side of the park boasts the bulk of properties. Pretty much everything from guest houses and hotels to lodges and safari camps can be found to appease any and all travelers. Find the most suitable accommodation for you by clicking on our interactive map and exploring Kruger National Park for hotels and must-see destinations.