About the Kruger National ParkĀ 

The Kruger National Park, located in northeastern South Africa, is one of the continent’s largest and most famous game reserves. Spanning nearly 20,000 square kilometers, it offers a diverse array of ecosystems, from savannahs and grasslands to forests and rivers. Established in 1898 to protect the region’s wildlife, it is home to an incredible variety of species, including the Big Five (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros), as well as numerous other mammals, birds, and reptiles. Visitors to Kruger can embark on thrilling safari adventures, either self-driving or guided, immersing themselves in the awe-inspiring beauty of Africa’s wilderness while encountering its magnificent wildlife up close.