Where to stay in the Kruger Park

Safaria – Kruger park lodge

Where to stay in the Kruger Park:

November 21, 2017

The Kruger National Park itself is split into 3 regions; South, Central and North. This is important to note as the camps are split over the entire expanse of the Park and the most important thing to bear in mind is distance and access.

With 12 main rest camps, 5 bush camps, 2 bush lodges, 4 satellite camps and 9 luxury camps to choose from there is a wide variety of accommodation for every budget.

All the camps in the park give you a great sense of being on safari in the African bush. The camps themselves are filled with wildlife from birds to squirrels, vervet monkey, reptiles and the occasional nyala and bush buck depending on which camp you stay at. The larger camps all have restaurants, laundry facilities, banking atm’s, swimming pools and fuel stations.

All camps are surrounded with fencing for guest’s safety and make it safe to walk around day or night to enjoy the atmosphere and surroundings. During the day there are a wide variety of birds species to look for and at night the sounds of jackal and hyena travel across the night sky.

For our Safaria Overnight Kruger Park tours, we will book accommodation on a self-catering basis at the main camps found in the Southern Region for easy access to major entrance routes and airports. These Camps include Skukuza, Pretoriuskop, Berg-en-Dal, Lower Sabie and Satara. They ideal away to access these camps is by flying into Skukuza Airport and being collected by Open Safari vehicle and taken to your accommodation. Being self-catering all these camps have park shops and a wide variety of food and beverage is available to suite most menus. There are alternatively in these camps restaurants that serve breakfast, lunch and dinner at an average cost of R85pp per meal.

Guided Kruger Park Safaris:

Safaria offers privately guided Over Night Kruger park packages that include transfers, accommodation, luxury open safari vehicle and a private guide for the duration of your stay. We would argue that there is no better way to see the Kruger National Park than to experience its authentic Camps but with your own guide and open safari vehicle to truly have the best experience. Your guides acts as your personal liaison with the Park and will handle all your accommodation and entrance arrangements as well as an expert authority on the area, its wildlife and flora.

Our daily itinerary’s are personalised to every guests needs and drives are based on how long guests want to travel, places of interest, known sightings worthy of seeing or tours of the region and other camps.

Safaria provides personalised package itinerary for clients base don their needs and can also incorporate some of the provided Kruger Park activities. These include:

  • Guided Bush Walks from Camps
  • Sunset Nights
  • Bush Braais

For more information on our Over Night Kruger Park Safari packages, send an enquiry to [email protected] and lets us help you create the perfect Kruger Park Safari experience.

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