Kruger Eco Safaris

The Park,  the oldest National Park in Africa, is 350kms long and averages 55 kms in width. It is larger than Wales and Massachusetts. Kruger has the most diverse animal species of all the African Parks. There are  147 species of mammals and in excess of 500 species of birds,  118 species of reptiles, 34 species of amphibian, and 628 species of trees, shrubs and grasses. The uncertainty of what  will be see next invokes great excitement in our guests. The longer one stays, the more one will see. During a four or five night visit it is almost certain that you will see  Lion, Elephant, Baboon, Bushbuck, Duiker, Giraffe, Hippopotamus, Hyena, Hyrax, Impala, Jackal, Klipspringer, Kudu, Mongoose, Scrub Hare, Tree Squirrel, Warthog, Waterbuck, Wildebeest, Zebra, Steenbok, Buffalo.  You are also quite likely to see Rhino, Cheetah, Sable Antelope, Reed Buck, Tessebe, Wild Dog and Leopard. We will create meaning for you from the overwhelming images that will fill your time with us.  We will explain  the crucial attributes  and behaviours of the animals and the role they play  in the  eco-system.

Accommodation Kruger National Park

Accommodation will mostly be in round  brick buildings with thatch roofs. These rondavels (or huts) as they are called locally, are air-conditioned and have en-suite showers, toilets and wash hand basins.The huts are located in Rest Camps  which are fenced to prevent access by dangerous animals. There are a number of Rest Camps both large (more than 100  rondavels) and small (12 ron

Bush Camp

The Kruger National Park as we have described it above has much to offer. The access to the many eco-systems and the distances one can cover by vehicle ensures that the chances of seeing the meany species that are present are very high. However, the high number of people visiting the park means that safety precautions have to be strictly enforced. For example, one my not leave the vehicle except in a select number of places.

To provide a close up experience , we also offer our guests the opportunity to spend time at a Bush Camp. The Bush Camp is in a privately owned area which adjoins the park ie. no fences between them. Our bush camp uses more rustic accommodation in keeping with the feel of the wild. The wooden bedrooms are on stilts with toilets and showers at ground level. No fences separate the camp from the surrounding bush. You will enjoy gentle walks under the guidance of the local ranger who is armed (He has not had to use his rifle in fifteen years !). You will also enjoy the bush through game drives in an open vehicle and experience the bush at night. The food is excellent and dinner is enjoyed around a camp fire in a boma.

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