Accommodation in Kruger National Park
Kruger is one of Africa’s largest national parks. Drive yourself around the public sector or treat yourself to a stay in a private concession. The park offers excellent Big 5 game viewing safaris (especially rhinos) and more than 517 bird species have been recorded.
Kruger National Park accommodation offers something for everyone, featuring safari lodges, top game lodges and luxurious tented camps.
The Kruger National Park is an important stronghold for several of Africa’s most iconic large mammals. The park supports more than half the world’s remaining white rhinos, along with substantial populations of buffaloes, elephants, black rhinos, leopards, cheetahs, African wild dogs and giraffes.
Safari Lodges, Game Lodges & Tented Camps in Kruger National Park
Balule Nature Reserve on the western border of the Kruger National park encompasses 400km2 of unspoiled bushveld. This private nature reserve shares unfenced borders with the Kruger and neighboring private reserves allowing animals to roam freely.
Kruger National Park accommodation in the area ranges from top Kruger National Park safari lodges, luxury Kruger National Park game lodges and the best Kruger National Park tented camps.
The 130km2 Kapama Private Game Reserve lies just west of the Kruger National Park and a mere 10 minutes from the town of Hoedspruit. It is not only home to the Big Five, but the sprawling savannah grasslands and riverine forests straddling the Klaserie River in the east of the reserve sees more than 40 species of mammals and over 300 bird species.
The Klaserie Private Nature Reserve covers a whopping 600km2 of wilderness on either side of the Klaserie Rivier just west of the Kruger National Park. At Klaserie you’ll come face to face with the Big Five – lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo and rhino – as well as some of Africa’s less spotted species like wild dogs and cheetahs. Kruger National Park safari lodges, Kruger National Park game lodges and Kruger National Park tented camps are some of the finest in the region.
Sabi Sands is often lauded as the most prestigious private reserve in South Africa and perhaps it is due to the reserve’s long standing conservation efforts. The original reserve was proclaimed back in 1898 and by 1949 the landowners had merged their properties (mostly ex-agricultural land) into what is now the Sabi Sands Game Reserve.
Timbavati Game Reserve is home to one of nature’s most magnificent creatures, the white lion. Ancient folklore tells of a time when the local Shangaan tribe saw a bright light streaking across the sky and crash on the African savannah. Shortly thereafter the lions of Timbavati began giving birth to snow white cubs.
Popular search terms: Kruger National Park Accommodation, Kruger National Park Safari Lodges, Kruger National Park Game Lodges, Kruger National Park Tented Camps