Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park

Undoubtedly the most famous national park in the world, the Kruger is where you want to be if you’re looking for an unparalleled wildlife experience. This huge reserve in the northeast of South Africa is not only home to elephant, rhino, lion, buffalo and leopard, but also to countless other mammals, birds and reptiles as well as a surprisingly diverse landscape between thick bush, wide rivers and open grassland.

Where is the Kruger National Park? The park lies in the northeast of South Africa, on the border to Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Have you ever dreamed of going on safari? Then Kruger National Park is the place to go. Ideal for first-time safari goers, this wildlife paradise in the northeast of South Africa is easy to get to and has a great infrastructure itself.

Self-drive through the thick bush and large clearings, past wide rivers and waterholes to spot the large and small wonders of Africa’s animal kingdom. It is so big (the size of Wales or Israel) that it hardly ever gets busy and you feel like it is just you and the occasional elephant or pride of lions crossing the road.

The south (around Skukuza) is especially famous for big cats, while the north is great for elephant sightings. If you don’t feel like self-driving, the private game reserves adjacent to the Kruger are just for you. Here you will find the most beautiful lodges, no tourist masses and will go on guided game drives in open vehicles or even bush walks. Experience your Kruger National Park safari with AMADI now, guaranteeing you the best Kruger National Park accommodation and experiences.


Home to the Big Five: Spot elephants, lions, rhinos, buffalo, leopards and many more

Vast and diverse landscape between thick bush, large clearings and wide riverbeds

Great for families as well as a self-drive destination

Luxury accommodation options in private game reserves adjacent to the park



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