Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best on the African continent. Home to the Big 5, the Kruger National Park is also home to hundreds of other mammals and diverse bird species. Covering almost 20 000 square kilometers, the Kruger National Park spans two provinces, Mpumalanga and Limpopo, and is almost the size as Belgium. The park was established by its namesake, Paul Kruger, in 1898 and opened to the public in 1927. 

Information 

Duration: 4 Hours (30 minutes to the park) 
Cost: R600 per person
Minimum amount of persons: 4
Times: 05:30 – 09:30 & 14:00 18:00 (times may vary in winter)
Included: Snack pack
Excluded: Park fees

Vehicle exclusivity for 4 hours: R5500

Duration: Full Day (30 minutes to the park)
Cost: R1100 per person
Minimum amount of persons: 4
Times: 05:30 – 18:00 (times may vary in winter) 
Included: Snack pack
Excluded: Park fees

Vehicle exclusivity for full day: R8000

Note: No children under 6 allowed on game vehicles in the Kruger National Park

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