Kruger National Park Accommodation, Kruger Park Camping & Accommodated Safaris

Kruger Park Family Safari Tours

The Kruger National Park has long been synonymous with an exceptional wildlife experience. Clients can enjoy affordable family safaris while exploring Kruger Park's unparalleled diversity of wildlife and ecology. Guests are guaranteed an affordable Kruger Park family safari experience that includes excellent game viewing opportunities, safety and choice of accommodation types.

Kruger Park Game Viewing Activities

The highlight of a safari in Kruger is the amazing wildlife sightings. An open game vehicle is the best way to experience the African bush. Game drives are timed in such a way as to get the best possible sightings, as wildlife is more active during the cooler hours of the day.

Accommodated Safari

Accommodation is available in rustic chalets, bungalows and adventure huts. Guests can also stay in comfort in fully air-conditioned chalets each with an en-suite bathroom. Alternatively experience rustic yet authentic Kruger Park safari accommodation in tree house units, which are ideal for backpackers.

Camping Safari

Spend the night under the star-studded African sky in rustic canvas tents. The slightly elevated tents feature a small deck at the front. Some of the tents are equipped while others are only fitted with mosquito nets. The safari tents are ideal for budget conscious guests or those who wish to be closer to nature.

Combination Safari

Enjoy the best of both worlds during this combination safari in the Kruger National Park and Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve. Accommodation in Kruger National Park will be in air-conditioned bungalows with en-suite bathrooms. Guests will stay in a luxury 4-star lodge in the Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve.

Activities on Safari

Attractions - Sightseeing

  • Bush walks and Game drives
  • Explore the Balule Plains on foot
  • Visit the Mafunyane Shangaan Tribal Village
  • Travel through the breathtaking Blyde River Canyon
  • Learn more about conservation at Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre
  • Experience African wildlife up close at the Endangered Species Project