The Safari areas of Greater Kruger range from the National Park itself to surrounding Private Game Reserves that share an unfenced border with the Kruger National Park.
Our Kruger Park safaris are aimed at providing guests with more than just prolific Big Five game viewing. It is about a spiritual encounter with the African wilderness, a visceral reawakening of the senses. This wild Eden will creep into your heart and lure you back time and time again. Every time you venture out on a game drive is a novel experience, spiked with excitement and the promise of another memorable sighting.
These safari adventures explore Kruger accompanied by a private African Sky guide whose intimate knowledge of the Fauna & Flora, attractions and history of the park will add great value to your safari.
4 Star lodges are the basis from which open 4X4 safaris are enjoyed in pursuit of the 'Big Five' and the lesser mammals of Kruger. Game drives are on open 4X4 vehicles.
Fly in safari packages visit lodges luxury 5 Star Lodges in private concessions in the Kruger Park or one of the Private Game Reserves that form part of the Greater Kruger National Park.
The most luxurious and intimate of all the Greater Kruger Park's Lodges will provide an exclusive retreat from which safaris are conducted on surrounding lands.
Allow the African Sky team to customize a safari to Kruger based on your unique interests and requirements within the constraints of the available budget.
Exceptional Diversity The Kruger National Park's biodiversity statistics are nothing short of astonishing: Almost 150 different species of mammals; more than 500 identified bird species; 118 reptile species; 35 amphibians; 53 species of fish, and nearly 2000 different species of flora scattered across five distinct eco-zones. These factors combined make for the most rewarding and prolific game viewing experiences imaginable.
Wide Range of Accommodation Options For your safari in the Kruger National Park, you'll have a great variety of accommodations to choose from. There really is something to suit every budget or interest, from bare-bones camping with your own tent to the opulent safari lodges tucked away in remote corners of the park and the private game reserves that share an unfenced border with it.
Easy Access & Great Infrastructure The Kruger National Park offers easy safari access. You can travel comfortably overland from Johannesburg - a drive of around five hours, depending on the entrance gate - fly commercially (around one hour) to one of four different airports, or be chartered to an airstrip in one of the private game reserves. The park's great infrastructure also makes self-drive and privately guided safaris possible.