We love the Kruger National Park, but all the toilet facilities are disgusting and need to be upgraded!
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It was a full success. Obviously, it is nature and you are either lucky or you see no wild animals. Anyway, on that day, We were definitely lucky. With not too much time in our hand, we only made it to a little part of...More
Kruger National Park has been our holiday destination since I can remember...my opinion...2 weeks in Kruger is a must...no better place to unwind (which takes time) and to become one with nature. We normally visit the south of the park and enjoy staying in different...More
I have been to the Kruger National Park a few times and have seen incredible wildlife during every visit!!!! It is a diverse, beautiful and unforgettable experience with a huge variety of animals, reptiles and bird life! Lions walk up to the car, leopads doze...More
As far as non-bank breaking game reserves go in South Africa you would be hard pressed to beat Kruger National Park. We had good service from the gate staff in Malelane. Saw a small heard of elephant within five minutes of the gate. Over the...More
My friend and I went to Kruger (Self-drive) and had the absolute best first day, despite not seeing any cats.. We saw elephants, zebras, giraffes, buffalo, hippo, crocodiles exc exc.. Was so beautiful to see the animals in their natural habitat! However, on the second...More
The Kruger National park is huge and contains an amazing variety of wildlife. We saw lions with a kill, hyenas stalking them, and absolutely loads of elephants; a group of about 30 walking along a dried up river bed. No rain at Kruger for years!...More
We flew in to Nelspruit airport and rented a car from there. Our first stop after entering from Numbi Gate was Pretoriuskop. The rondavel (bungalow) was simple but adequate with it's own kitchen, bathroom and braai. Utensils were provided. We drove down to Crocodile Bridge...More