South African Tourism


Here you can find an overview of what we have to offer you and how we may help you to have a great safari experience.

It is all about you Your interests. Your needs. Your requirements. Your choices. Your wish list. Your dreams.
Private safari vehicle You have your own private safari vehicle for the duration of your safari. No other tourists in your group.
Choice of vehicle You can choose either an open safari vehicle or a closed safari vehicle.
Land Rover We use the iconic African safari vehicle… Land Rover… the ultimate safari vehicle
Expert guide You explore the Kruger Park with your own highly experienced, knowledgeable and expert guide who tailors each day to maximise your interests in order to ensure that your safari exceeds your wildest expectations.
Game drives Unlimited game drives. 
Flexibility Want to stay out on game drive from dawn to dusk? That’s what you do! Want a number of shorter drives throughout the day? That’s what you do. Your choice. The ultimate in flexibility!
Number in group Open safari vehicle: Max 10 guests
Closed safari vehicle: Max 3 adults / 2 adults & 3 kids / 3 Adults & 2 kids 
Child Policy We love taking children on safari… whatever age! (The Kruger doesn’t allow kids under the age of 6 on an open safari vehicle but our closed safari vehicle is perfect for the family with small kids.)
Kruger Park rest camps All the rest camps we stay at are situated deep in the bush in the Kruger Park. 
Accommodation There is the perfect accommodation to suit your interests, needs and budget: traditional round thatched huts – safari tents – luxurious bungalows – private camps – you can even spend the night in a charmingly rustic bird-hide overlooking a waterhole! 
Food All the camps have excellent restaurants with an enormous variety of food, and beautiful big decks where you can sit back and absorb the beautiful surroundings, the tranquillity, the great views and the fresh air. It makes meals into a great bushveld experience. Boma and bush braais are on offer at the rest camps. You also have the option of private catering, but it is dependent upon which region of the park – and in which rest camps – you are staying
Other Kruger activities Bush walks and night drives are offered from all the camps.
Malaria area Yes – but the risk is low if you take precautions to prevent being bitten. Please talk to your doctor about taking malaria prophylactics (tablets)
Dressing for safari We dress casually on safari and just as casually in the evenings. Cool, loose-fitting cotton clothes in neutral colours. Packing light is the secret… see our handy packing list in “useful Info”.
Laundry Yes, there are laundry facilities in the rest camps
Communication Yes, in the rest camps there is cell phone coverage and landlines
Power(electricity) Yes, South African power is 220-240 volts
Kruger Park regions The Kruger Park is enormous – 19,485 square kilometres (7,523 sq. miles) and extending 360 kilometres (220 mi) from north to south, effectively dividing the park into 4 south-to-north regions. Each region is magnificent in its landscapes and animal diversities and offers visitors with many alternatives for game viewing and sightseeing. You can choose which region you’d like to visit… or all of them… your choice.
Kruger Park species 147 mammal species (more species than any other game reserve in the world)
500+ bird species
114 reptile species, ranging from crocodiles to chameleons
9 fish species