Northeast of South Africa sits the Kruger National Park. This national treasure is adored by locals and guests alike and stretches across an area of 7,523 square miles. Bordering Mozambique and Zimbabwe, the Kruger is one of the oldest protected areas in Southern Africa and has been largely popularized in recent years due to the prevalence of Africa’s “Big Five”.
The Park enjoys a year-round sunny climate and visitors are offered an array of lodges and campsites from which to explore the land. There are 17 luxury safari lodges and 13 rest camps in the park offering a choice of accommodation options to suit all types of travelers. Further to the North, large fever tree forests and giant baobabs pepper the landscape and add to the sense of calm that perpetuates throughout.
Steeped in history, ancient San rock paintings and important archaeological sits such as Masorini and Thulamela, reflect the culture, people and events that have shaped the Kruger for over a century.