Kruger National Park

Resting in the middle of the Lowveld is a wildlife haven unlike any other, its environment is very unique that it enables people who enter its wideness to throw themselves on the unpredictability and infinite wilderness which is the real quality of Africa.


The biggest game reserve around South Africa, the Kruger National Park is bigger compared to Israel. Almost two million hectares of terrain which extend for 352 kilometres from north to south across the Mozambique border, is offered to a nearly indescribable wildlife adventure. Definitely, it is considered to be the best in Africa and it is the flagship of the country’s nature parks – ranked as being the best safari adventure.

The Kruger National Park is situated in the states of Mpumalanga and Limpopo in the northern part of South Africa, simply west of Mozambique and  south of Zimbabwe. This now makes a section of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park – a serenity park which connects Kruger National Park with game parks around Mozambique and Zimbabwe, and fencing is actually coming down to permit a game to openly wander in a way it should have during the time before man’s involvement. Whenever finished, the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park will expand throughout 35000 sq. km, 58% of it is from South Africa, 24% from Mozambique and 18% from Zimbabwe area.


This is the home of fever trees, baobabs, marula, knob thorns and mopane trees beneath that hide the Little Five (elephant shrew, buffalo weaver, ant lion, leopard tortoise and rhino beetle), the Big Six for bird watching (kori bustard, ground hornbill, martial eagle, lappet-faced vulture, saddle-bill stork and pel’s fishing owl) and even more varieties of animals that you can see in some other African Game Reserve.

The Kruger Park is a self-drive vacation spot, though there are tour operators, having an exceptional facilities that features picnic areas, waterholes, rest camps, and hides. The Kruger Park is a marvelous wildlife reserve providing an amazing experience of Africa in its most outrageous.

Things to do when in the Kruger National Park:

Game Drives

Kruger National Park. Mpumalanga. South Africa

Kruger National Park. Mpumalanga. South Africa

Game drives are exactly what the Kruger National Park is centered on. In case you’re in the Kruger park, then you can ride in the back of the off-road car, binoculars clutched in one hand while the other hand hangs on while the vehicle constantly rolling towards its way into the bush in a great quest for the actual pride of lions, spotted feeding on other animals.  For the majority of the part, game drives can last about three hours, and private accommodations and game farms normally feature a coffee break, morning meal or sundowners around the bush included in the game drive adventure.

Bush Walks


Absolutely nothing can defeat the heart-stopping exhilaration of following rhino, elephant as well as the lion by walking from the heat of the bush. However it’s also the most amazing methods to discover the fragility of the environments of the Kruger Park as well as to explore the smaller sized, but never ever less fascinating, creatures and insects of the park such as spiders, termites, snakes and plant life which are usually unnoticed whenever on the more hectic game drives. Bush walks may last as much as 4 hours and stops are designed to permit replenishment and an opportunity to observe the beauty of the place. On the Kruger Park, it’s better to bring your own snack foods and sunscreen and the majority of the camps do morning and afternoon hikes.

Foot Safaris


Foot Safaris inside the Kruger National Park – Precious time spent on foot in the Wilderness region is the very embodiment of an unforgettable safari adventure. This kind of experience could be valued at Mohlabetsi Safari Lodge. Tony along with his group understand the importance of the Foot Safari and so they are happy to be able to share the Bush along with their visitors.

Wilderness Trails


You will find amazing wilderness trails around the Kruger National Park, a few in regions practically untouched by people, with names such as Bushmans Wilderness Trail, Metsi-Metsi, Napi Wilderness Trail, Nyalaland, Wolhuter as well as the Sweni Wilderness. The majority of these trails are around two days with three overnights in traditional huts with basic ablution in reed-walled bathrooms and flush toilets, however, overall, they’re in demand which they’re booked out way ahead of time. They are made for smaller groups compared to bush walks and one should have a fair fitness level as you walk roughly 20 kilometres each day, even though this is at a relaxing speed.