A Multitude of Voices
There are many ways to experience the Kruger National Park - the bush speaks in a multitude of voices and therefore appeals to a diverse group of people.
Lion cubs playing, Kruger National Park.
So, the vast Kruger National Park attracts birders, game spotters, nature lovers, hikers, campers, safari addicts and ordinary holidaymakers in equal measure.
But, even within these interest groups, the bush experience is often a singular one, depending on the personal predilections of each visitor. That’s why individuals are encouraged to discover their own game reserve and to form a unique personal bond with the wilderness.
By David Fleminger
With dozens of activities and attractions on offer, the tourism potential of the Kruger National Park is huge and some visitors may be overwhelmed by the scale of this enormous conservation area....more
The abundance of grass and browsing trees in the central-eastern region sustains the park’s biggest herds of impala, buffalo, giraffe, kudu, wildebeest, zebra, waterbuck and sable … and consequently nearly half the park’s lion population....more
In the past, the quality of the catering inside the park varied greatly. Then they tried the concession approach, where one company had the contract to run just about every restaurant, café and picnic spot in Kruger....more
In August 1975, Harry Matthysen established the Skukuza Nursery. All he had was a piece of ground 100m x 45m, 3100 plants and a single garden hose with 28 leaks....more
Guests should wear comfortable clothing on the game drives, and it is recommended that you dress in layers. Things can get pretty cold in the back of the open vehicle, especially in the early morning and at night....more
In spring/summer (October to March), the subtropical Lowveld is hot and humid with daytime highs often hovering around 30 and rising up to 40 degrees....more
Tree spotting is definitely a thing and there are several guide books to prove it. And, unlike birds or animals, trees stay put so you’ll always know where to find them. While the Kruger National Park...more