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Kruger National Park Game Drive

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Come on a real safari into the Kruger National Park, which teems with game that includes the Big Five as well as many smaller creatures

A safari in an open vehicle into Kruger National Park is a privilege beyond imagination. Kruger is one of the world’s most famous game reserves, with a glorious diversity of wildlife and bird life. It's also renowned for its ever-changing African landscapes.

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Experience Kruger National Park Game Drive on these popular safaris

Itineraries can be customised to match your budget and travel dates

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Thornybush Game Reserve Safari (4 days)

Enjoy the city life in Johannesburg and track the Big Five in the Thornybush Game Reserve

$ 1,560

£ 1,231

R 22,300

1,373

per person

4 days

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South African Bush and Beach Journey (10 days)

Explore the magic of Cape Town followed by the Scenic Garden Route and finally the Big Five members at the Kruger National Park

$ 3,361

£ 2,653

R 48,040

2,958

per person

10 days

Exterior view of Ngala Tented Camp

Delightful Cape Town and Kruger Luxury Safari (12 days)

Combine Cape Town and the surrounding Cape Winelands with a safari in the Kruger National Park for a relaxing and exhilarating South African safari

$ 7,286

£ 5,751

R 104,150

6,414

per person

12 days

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If you're a photographer, Kruger is a dream destination, with no fewer than 147 mammals and over 500 species of bird waiting for the click of your camera. The qualified, experienced field guides know the terrain intimately. Their skills and the superb visibility afforded by specially modified safari vehicles guarantee you a wonderful wild experience.

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