Kruger National Park in March
March is the last of the summer months in the Kruger. While daytime temperatures are dropping, you can still expect hot days, pleasant evenings, and the occasional afternoon thundershower.
March is generally a quieter time in the Kruger than the months leading up to it, so the southern and central regions see much fewer visitors. Head for the roads that run along the riverbanks between the camps of Skukuza and Lower Sabie (Sabie River), Olifants and Letaba (Letaba and Olifants Rivers), and Olifants and Satara (Timbavati).
You’ll see fewer visitors in the Kruger, and the thick green and leafy vegetation make for beautiful landscapes, but it also makes game viewing harder. Furthermore, the abundance of water throughout the park means fewer animals congregate around larger water holes.