KRUGER NATIONAL PARK
Kruger is big. It’s 365km north to south, and 65km east to west. That’s about 20,000 square kilometres. Bigger than quite a few countries.
The very best region of Kruger – for interest, for variety of animal species, and for density of game – is the south-eastern region. And that’s where we are located.
If you draw a big triangle from Crocodile Bridge Gate, north to Lower Sabie Rest Camp, and then diagonally down and across to Malelane Gate, you’ll be enclosing hundreds of kilometres of roads and bush tracks, two major rivers and dozens of smaller ones, and some of the most interesting and varied habitats on offer in all of Kruger. You could explore that fabulous triangle for a month and never see it all.
Two ways to experience Kruger are guided safaris in an open safari vehicle, and self-drive adventuring in your own car. And the best plan is to do both.
Our preferred guides are Kruger Pride Safaris, based in Marloth Park, who provide a great Kruger experience right from and back to your door.
And for self-drive advice and tips, talk to your hosts Paul & Les, who have made over 1000 Kruger self-drive trips.