Gamewalks in the Kruger National Park: Enquiries/ bookings on arrival
Walking in the African Bush
Also known as wilderness trails, walking trails allow a more adventurous visitor the chance to experience the bushveld on foot for four days.
The trails are carefully selected to give you a holistic bush experience with two experienced rangers sharing their knowledge of the local bushveld ecosystems. Trails are offered in the Northern, Central and Southern parts of the Kruger National Park.
The trail camp is situated on the southern bank of the Olifants River. The call of the African Fish Eagle is almost synonymous with this trail and the rare Pels Fishing Owl can sometimes be seen along the riverine vegetation.
The trail camp overlooks the Sweni Stream. The Sweni area is unique, in that, there is a very high density of both predator and prey, and a trail experience here afford trailists the opportunity to observe these relationships intimately.
The Wolhuter Trail commemorates the legendary father and son rangers, Harry and Henry Wolhuter, who, for many years, patrolled the southern section of the park. The trail camp is situated midway between the Berg-en-Dal and Pretoriuskop restcamps in the southern section of the park.
Guests are taken to interesting places in the surrounding wilderness areas. The walk itself is relaxed and the guests are led by an experienced and armed game ranger who share their intimate knowledge of the bushveld and wildlife.