5 Day Kruger National Park Safari

Kruger Park, South Africa

Lauren Coetzee
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Duration: 7 days
Group size: 1 - 999
5 Day Kruger National Park Safari
Kruger Park, South Africa

Lauren Coetzee
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Duration: 7 days
Group size: 1 - 999

About this trip

This international accommodated group safari starts and finishes in Johannesburg. Our tour will take us northeast through the vast open areas of Mpumalanga into Limpopo where we will be spending our time walking within Big Five areas and exploring the central part of the Kruger National Park. After our introduction to the fine wildlife and absolutely stunning surrounding areas with breathtaking scenery, we continue our journey to the Southern Part of the Kruger, known for its Wild Dog population and big Elephant Herds. This tour allows the nature and scenic enthusiast absolute pleasure and an all-around great experience! 

Accommodated Group Tour

This tour allows a maximum of 17 people per tour.

What’s included

  • Transport
    Transport in a safari truck
  • Accommodation
    Four nights in a lodge
  • Meals
    Some meals are included according to the itinerary
  • English Tour
    English speaking guide and driver
  • Visas
  • Travel Insurance
  • Flights
  • Airport Transfers
  • Gratuity
  • Additional activities

Itinerary

Day 1
JHB to Bush Lodge

Departing from the Greenfire Johannesburg Lodge at 06h30, we set off on the scenic road to the east of the country where we encounter beautiful natural scenery and many wild animals in natural parks and game reserves. 

Lunch is enjoyed in the historic town of Dullstroom, Africa’s premier fly-fishing area before we wind our way down the Drakensberg escarpment. The road is filled with picturesque beauty, from mountain passes to the Acacia trees scattered across the African bushveld. 

The next two nights we get cosy at our well-appointed GREENFIRE BUSH LODGE, situated in a private reserve within the Greater Kruger National Park, where animals roam freely and unrestricted. This privately owned reserve allows us the freedom to explore the wilderness in search of a variety of animals in open game drive vehicles, day and night. The tented lodge casually blends into the bush and offers crisp comfortable beds, en-suite bathrooms, a refreshing splash pool, and stunning views over the surrounding wilderness, including a water hole frequented by a variety of animals. Retire to bed with a symphony of sounds from the animal kingdom. 

Meals: Dinner (Lunch at own expense) 

Included Highlights/Activity:
• Scenic drive down to the Lowveld region
• Private Game Reserve Accommodation

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