Kruger NP The Kruger National Park, among the world's most famous wildlife sanctuaries, supports more species of wildlife than any other African game sanctuary. There is much more to discover here than the Big Five - elephant, rhino, buffalo, leopard and lion. It is home to an amazing 147 mammal species, including several with a limited distribution elsewhere in South Africa - Lichtenstein's hartebeest, Sharpe's grysbok, roan and sable. With over 500 species on record, the birdlife in the park is also prolific. Diverse vegetation and varied landscapes throughout the park epitomize the African bush. To the west of Kruger, some of Africa's finest luxury bush lodges have their own private reserves which fall within the major conservancy.
Garonga Safari Camp is an exclusive camp situated in the greater Makalali Conservancy west of the Kruger National Park. This unassuming sanctuary promises an intimate wildlife encounter in an unhurried environment where you can unwind, sleep deeply and be yourself.Learn more »
Singita comprises five luxury safari lodges in two South African game reserves. The Singita Private Game Reserve is located in the heart of the world-renowned Sabi Sands, a vast expanse of pristine wild Africa that thunders to the sound of the migrating herds.Learn more »
Adjacent to the Greater Kruger National Park is the Thornybush Game Lodge is the oldest and largest of the Inzalo lodges and can accommodate every guests requirements - at once - without compromising on its service delivery. Adjacent to the Greater Kruger National Park lies 11,500 hectares.Learn more »
Leopard Hills, built on a hill overlooking a natural waterhole and close to the perennial Sand River, lives right up to its name. Leopard Hills traverses over 10,000 hectares of the world-renowned Sabi Sand Game Reserve which forms part of the greater Kruger National Park ecosystem. Learn more »
Set on the banks of the great seasonal Timbavati River, Ngala Tented Safari Camp was built with a light footprint to minimise impact on the environment. Ngala, meaning "lion" in Shangaan, is the only private safari reserve in the world-famous Kruger National Park. Learn more »