Kruger Park Activities
Kruger National Park offers an accessible, wildlife-filled adventure for safari veterans and first-timers with a range of safaris to suit your needs.
Make the most of your Kruger National Park holiday by opting for a safari in one of the park's private reserves, such as Thornybush or Sabi Sands for exceptional wildlife, low visitor numbers and fantastic leopard sightings.
Kruger Park Food & Drink
Enjoy a mix of flavours stemming from the region's diverse heritage. The tasty local dishes are meat-heavy and feature chicken, springbok, warthog and ostrich, cooked traditionally on a braai. Don't miss South Africa's national dish, bobotie, or the fresh local seafood.
Other local favourites include the sweet curry dishes influenced by Cape Town's Cape Malay cuisine and the spicy Indian-influenced dishes stemming from Durban
's Indian population, such as Bunny Chow.
Kruger Park Attractions
Although you could spend your entire holiday exploring Kruger National Park on safari or tracking game on foot with a local ranger, there is much more to see and do during your stay in this remarkable region.
Why not combine your safari adventure with a few days in one of South Africa's famous cities? Experience the country's history in Johannesburg's culturally rich museums or relax on some of Cape Town's beautiful beaches.