The Greater Kruger Park area in South Africa comprises of 20 privately owned game reserves that were once game farms. These private farms were united in the aim of upholding and maintaining the best wildlife conservation practices.
A Greater Kruger Park safari aims to bring you a real African wildlife safari experience. As the area is private, you are able to enjoy game drives off road and in small numbers. This allows the photographic enthusiast to capture that winning shot without the background being filled with traffic or crowds.
The Greater Kruger Park comprises of a vast area, culminating in a total of 20 000 000 hectares of unfenced wildlife rich land. As the Greater Kruger Park is an area devoted to wildlife conservation, the unspoilt rich plant life and vegetation in the area make it a popular spot for grazing game and predators. The Greater Kruger shares an unfenced border with Kruger National Park
, so you can experience the same amazing variety of wildlife.
The large unfenced area also creates a higher chance of spotting a bigger variety of wildlife, and your game ranger can take you off track to bring you the best viewing angles. Some of the most notable private game reserves known for the excellent game viewing that form part of the Greater Kruger Park
are the Sabi Sand Game Reserve
, Timbavati, Thornybush and Manyeleti, just to name a few.
A Greater Kruger Park safari also offers your private guides when out in the bush. From game drives, bush walks and birdwatching trails, you are always with a well-trained expert who can take you to the best game viewing spots while learning more about the Africa’s natural environment.
Accommodation within and around the Greater Kruger Park continue to uphold its principle of exclusivity with many 5-star safari lodges that only allow limited amounts of guests at a time. However, service at these lodges is always exceptional and focus on bringing you the best safari adventure in Africa.