Tour / Safari to the Kruger National Park
We conduct kruger safari tours to the Kruger National Park on a regular basis. Kruger Park is home to a wide variety of Fauna and Flora. This Park has a natural and cultural history that can be explored. Game viewing and photographic opportunities are excellent. Try to spot the big five(Lion, Leopard, African Elephant, Rhinoceros, and Buffalo) or the small 5(Lion cub, Leopard cub, African Elephant Calf, Rhinoceros Calf and the Buffalo Calf). Then there is the Little 5(Ant Lion, Elephant Shrew, Buffalo Weaver, Rhino Beetle and the Leopard Tortoise) the Big Six birds(Lappet Faced Vulture, Southern Ground Hornbill, Saddlebilled Stork, Pel's Fishing Owl, Kori Bustard and the Martial Eagle) The park lies in the north-east of South Africa, in the eastern parts of Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces. Phalaborwa, Limpopo is the only town in South Africa that borders the Kruger National Park. It is one of the largest national parks in the world, with an area of 19,485 square kilometres (7,523 sq mi) The park is approximately 360 kilometres (220 mi) long, and has an average width of 65 kilometres (40 mi). At its widest point, the park is 90 kilometres (56 mi) wide from east to west.
To the north and south of the park two rivers, the Limpopo and the Crocodile respectively, act as its natural boundaries. To the east the Lebombo Mountains separate it from Mozambique. Its western boundary runs parallel with this range, roughly 65 km distant. The park varies in altitude between 200 m in the east and 840 m in the south-west near Berg-en-Dal. The highest point in the park is here, a hill called Khandzalive. Several rivers run through the park from west to east, including the Sabie, Olifants, Crocodile, Letaba, Luvuvhu and Limpopo Rivers.
The climate of the Kruger National Park and Lowveld is subtropical. Summer days are humid and hot with temperatures often soaring to above 38 °C (100 °F). The rainy season is from September until May. The Kruger National Park website lists September and October as the driest periods, culminating in rains late in October. The dry winter season is the ideal time to visit this region for various reasons. There is less chance of contracting malaria and the days are milder. Viewing wildlife is more rewarding as the vegetation is more sparse and animals are drawn to the waterholes to drink every morning and evening.
Tours consist of 3 day tours for the Nature Lover restricted to time. Then we also have longer tours of 5 days and 7 day tours for the Client with more time to explore Kruger in more detail.
If you want a Kruger tour or Kruger safari based on your ideas, please send us what you have in mind and we will work out an itinerary and quote for you, and also point out things that might be more to your advantage.
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