Lions on safari in South Africa

Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park Trips

Kruger National Park is vast – bigger than the whole of Ireland – and is home to the widest variety of wildlife of any park in Africa. Established in 1898, the last census counted 147 species of mammals, 507 bird species, 114 species of reptiles and 336 different types of trees. Without a doubt, Kruger National Park holidays offer pure excitement for wildlife lovers, and it's a dream destination to go out on safari.

The best time to see the animals is either on an early morning or late afternoon game drive. At these cooler times of day, the animals are more active, usually resting in the shade in the hot afternoon sunshine. Elephant, giraffe, zebra, lion, hyena and impala abound, but it is not unusual to spot the more elusive rhino or leopard too. Night game drives give you the opportunity to see creatures in a different light as powerful torches pick out their eyes glowing in the dark. Camping facilities in Kruger are generally of a good standard, with shower and toilet blocks and sometimes even a swimming pool.

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4.6 / 5 based on 103 reviews

Kruger National Park Adventure Holidays

Johannesburg to Cape Town

29 reviews

A classic journey through three countries from Johannesburg to Cape Town.

Culture
Suitable for:
Age 16+
Activity level:
Leisurely / Moderate
22 Days from £3,679
Guided (Incl. Flights)
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Cycling the Drakensberg & Kruger

27 reviews

Explore South Africa by bike, from the epic Drakensberg mountains to Kruger N.P..

Cycling
Suitable for:
Age 16+
Activity level:
Moderate / Challenging
14 Days from £2,749
Guided (Incl. Flights)
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This was our first Exodus cycling holiday and it won’t be our last! The scenery was varied and...

Heather Ward, 2019 Cycling the Drakensberg & Kruger

Another outstanding trip from Exodus.

Steve Braysher, 2019 South Africa: Walking & Wildlife
Great trip saw lots of wildlife and great walking
Shirley Bell, 2019 South Africa: Walking & Wildlife