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Established in 1898, the world famous Kruger National Park is impressive in both its size and diversity of wildlife; the park is home to 147 mammals, 114 reptiles and 507 birds. Covering nearly 2 million hectares of protected South African lowveld, the park is also home to a number of interesting bushman rock paintings and archaeological sites. Within the park, it is possible to self-drive on an excellent network of sealed roads. Accommodation is available in either rest camps within in the park or at a number of good quality lodges in private concessions. However you spend time in Kruger you will be rewarded with vast open spaces, stunning African sunsets and star filled skies.

A number of private game reserves share an unfenced border with Kruger National Park, each with their own character but all offering exceptional ‘big five’ game viewing. The reserves of Sabi Sand, Timbavati, Manyeleti and Thornybush are home to some of Africa’s premier lodges. Experienced rangers accompanied by local trackers ensure the perfect safari experience. Beyond the reserves, the area has a host of spectacular attractions waiting to be explored. At Blyde Canyon, a gigantic gorge carves its way through the lowveld for nearby 30km and at the vantage point of God’s Window you will rewarded with boundless panoramic views.