Mother's Day Flights from R861*

The Kruger National Park

After dodging the more dangerous human wildlife in Johannesburg, you can spend time viewing the best of Africa's wildlife in the Kruger. About the same size as Israel or Wales, the Kruger National Park is the largest game park in South Africa. To the North of the park is Zimbabwe, to the east is Mozambique, to the south Mpumalanga, and to the west is both Mpumalanga and Limpopo.

Kruger Park accommodation

Kruger photos

Rhino Lion Nature Reserve photos

Namibia wildlife

Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park (GLTP)

The Kruger National Park is part of the GLTP that was established through the signing of a treaty by the presidents of Mozambique, South Africa & Zimbabwe in 2002.

Links to Limpopo National Park

The Giriyondo Tourist Access Facility links the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique with the Kruger National Park in South Africa.


If visiting the Kruger National Park be aware of the danger of carjackings on roads leading into the park.

Multitude of species

The Kruger National Park is home to more species of wildlife than any other game sanctuary in Africa, including:

The flora includes 336 species of trees.

The park is composed of six ecosystems:baobab sandveld

  • combretum-silver clusterleaf woodland on granite

  • lebombo knobthorn-marula bushveld

  • mixed acacia thicket

  • mopane scrub

  • riverine areas

The park gets its name from Paul Kruger (in 1926 the British administration named it after Paul Kruger as an act of reconciliation).  It is blessed with an oustanding road network (unlike many other reserves).  Along the park's western border are a number of private reserves (which increase the land available to the park's game).


16 August 2006

Animal Kingdom, Key Atraction for the World Futbol Cup 2010

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