Kruger Safari

4 days safari in the Kruger National Park

  • Amazing Photography
  • 4 Days
  • Professionally Guided

Kruger Safari

Undoubtedly the most famous National Park in South Africa, with an area of ​​about 19 485 km², the Kruger is a little bigger than Wales! Every year, about 2 million visitors enter the park in search of the thrill of seeing some of Africa's most famous wildlife up close! Large herds of elephants and antelopes graze on the plains, which in turn attracts large numbers of predators such as Lions, Leopards & Hyenas. The birdlife in this park is also incredible and about 490 species of birds have been recorded Kruger and the private reserves around it have a very good accommodation structure, from the luxurious lodges of Sabi Sands & Timbavati to simple accommodation within Kruger itself, there are lodges for all tastes and budgets.

Incredible Landscape

Authentic South African savannah

Safe

A safari in Kruger is extremely safe and very advisable

Professionally Guided

All of our safaris are guided by qualified guides with many years of experience

Perfect for families

The National Park is also well suited for families, children of all ages love Kruger safari

Itinerary

Day 1 - Johannesburg/Kruger
We pick you up at your hotel and start the our drive towards the Kruger The transfer from Johannesburg to Kruger takes about 5 hours
Day 2 - Kruger
Today we wake up early to do our first full safari in the Kruger National Park This safari will be full day with several stops during the day for breakfast and lunch, around 17:00 we return to our lodge.
Lodge: Timbavati Safari Lodge
Included: bottled water, breakfast, dinner
Activities: Full day safari
Day 3 - Kruger
Today’s plan is to go on a early morning safari to enjoy a safari in the Manyeleti’s private reserve, returning to the lodge at around 9:00 am for breakfast, after breakfast you will have several hours to rest, go for a swim or read a book , around 16:00 we returned to Manyeleti reserve this time to go on a sunset safari.

Lodge: Timbavati Safari Lodge
Included: Bottle water, breakfast, Dinner
Activities: Sunrise and sunset safari
Day 4 - Kruger/Johannesburg
After breakfast we check out and start the transfer back to Johannesburg, in the small town of Hoedspruit we will make a short stop to visit Jessica, an orphaned hippopotamus who lives on a farm and loves living with humans! Experience not to be missed

Lodge:
Included: Bottle water, breakfast
Activities: Visit to Jessica

Information

$/person
  • Transport
  • 4 nights in the Timbavati Safari Lodge
  • Meals mentioned in the Itinerary
  • Activities mentioned in the Itinerary
  • Professionally Guided

Drinks

Lunch’s

Personal purchases

Full refund if canceled due to weather. The cancellation fee can be refused if canceled with prior notice.

1 day notice: 100% charge
3 days notice: 50% fee
7 days in advance: 25% fee

Is it safe to go on safari?

Yes, taking a safari is safe and an experience not to be missed.

Do you have a problem with mosquitoes?

Kruger is one of two South African national parks located in areas at risk for malaria. The other park is Mapungubwe National Park. It is important to note that the risk of malaria in both parks is generally low, even in the summer months.

Do I need travel insurance?

As part of your safari’s Terms and Conditions with Unique- Safaris, it is essential that you purchase comprehensive travel insurance when making the final payment for your safari.
Your insurance must include full medical coverage, including costs of emergency repatriation, cancellation and travel delay.

Anyone traveling with Unique-Safaris must have valid travel insurance for their travel time.

What currency is used in South Africa?

South Africa’s currency is the rand and is the only currency used in the country. Note that in South Africa payments in dollars are not accepted.

What type of current does South Africa have?

South African electrical appliances operate on 220 / 240v with 3-pin round sockets, receiving 15 amps sockets. Although adapters are available in most camps, we recommend that you purchase your own.

See here the Xpo plug used in South Africa www.power-plugs-sockets.com/za/south-africa/

When is the best time to visit Kruger?

The best time to visit Kruger NaXonal Park is at the beginning or end of the region’s dry season, which occurs between April and September. During the Kruger dry season, temperatures are mostly pleasant (with nighttime temperatures reaching 5 C and daytime temperatures reaching 28 C).

In addition, vegetation is sparse and water levels are low due to lack of rain, which means that visitors will have a better chance of spotting animals. And in the rainy season (from October to March), abundant rainfall and foliage can make it difficult to observe animals.

How does tipping work in South Africa?

These are our recommendations but tipping is personal and not mandatory. Safari Guide / Game Ranger in Camps & Game Lodges: 10 US $ per person per day.
General Staff in accommodations & Game Lodges: $ 5 per person per day. Concierge: $ 1 per person per movement.

Restaurants / Hotels: 10% is usual.

Do you have any more questions?

info@unique-safaris.com

alex@unique-safaris.com

 

Reviews

"Incredible experience! We did the 3-day kruger safari with Alex, it was simply unforgettable !! We were able to see several animals more than once, including the“ big 5 ”. The knowledge, friendliness and punctuality made the whole trip more nice yet !! Thank you Unique Safari! "
Fernanda
Brazil
"My husband and I bought a package that included safaris in the Kruger National Park and Pilansberg National Park with Unique-safaris. These were unforgettable days where, in addition to the safaris, we were graced by Alex, an incredible guide who touched us with his joy, enthusiasm and sympathy. Their knowledge of African fauna, flora and culture is excellent, I highly recommend Unique-safari, a serious company, which makes me very happy to recommend it to everyone who is interested in knowing everything about South Africa as well as other African countries. "
Rose Perin
Brazil

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