An overview of things to do in Kruger Park - sleepover hides, guided walking trails, 4x4 adventure trails ... you name it.
Cellphone/mobile coverage varies in Kruger National Park, being confined to camps with some spillover (this is in line with guest surveys).
The central region is north of the Sabie River, here you are entering lion country.
Formerly the headquarters of the old Sabi Reserve and one of Kruger's first four ranger posts, Crocodile Bridge is now a small gate camp 10 kilometres from Komatipoort.
Slow, slower ... slowest is the best way to see Kruger National Park. Things 'pop up' around corners, usually when you least expect it.
If you are travelling with young kids remember their attention span for wildlife may be significantly less than yours. It helps to have 'activity packs' with which to occupy them.
Whether you're an old Kruger salt, or a first-time visitor, the Getaway guide to the Kruger National Park is a companion. Read the book for free online here.
Sleepover hides, guided walking trails, 4x4 adventure trails...you name it. Enjoy the park's various 4x4 routes.
Sleepover hides, guided walking trails, 4x4 adventure trails...you name it. Enjoy the park from a completely different perspective with these activities.