More about Kruger National Park, South Africa

Bask in the natural beauty and exotic wildlife found in Kruger National Park, the largest game reserve in South Africa. Whether you’re on a game drive searching for “the Big 5,” dining under the light of the stars, or marvelling at the rounded mountaintops of the Three Rondavels, you’ll be enchanted by what this sprawling park has to offer.

Why visit Kruger National Park

Natural Sites

Situated at the northeastern tip of South Africa, Kruger National Park and its surrounding ecological wonders are a sight to behold. From the drive to the park along the Panorama Route, to the vast open savannahs found within its grounds, spectacular landscapes are everywhere you look. Here are some natural sites you may see during your visit to Kruger National Park.


While days on safari will keep you delightfully occupied, Kruger National Park offers other forms of entertainment, too. The activities here are engaging and offer travellers a unique means to connect with nature. Fully immerse yourself in the pleasures found at this large game reserve.


Kruger National Park is home to 147 mammals, 507 bird species, and 114 reptiles. The biggest draw for visitors, however is its impressive collection of “Big 5” game – lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and African buffalo. Learn more about these prized creatures and know what to look for as you set out on safari here.