Kruger National Park
Situated roughly 260 miles northeast of Johannesburg, the nearly 5 million-acre Kruger National Park offers some of the best access to wild animals in Africa. The Big Five – buffalo, elephants, leopards, lions and rhinos – all reside here, as well as Nile crocodiles, hippos and rare birds like southern ground-hornbills and lappet-faced vultures. But this sprawling wildlife sanctuary is home to more than just animals. Giant baobab, fever and marula trees tower above the park’s savanna, thornveld and woodland landscape.
Balule Camp Bateleur Bushveld Camp Berg & Dal Camp Biyamiti Bushveld Camp Crocodile Bridge Camp Letaba Camp Lower Sabie Camp Malelane Rest Camp Maroela Camp Mopani Camp Olifants Camp Orpen Camp Pretoriuskop Camp Punda Maria Camp Satara Camp Shimuwini Bushveld Camp Shingwedzi Camp Sirheni Bushveld Camp Skukuza Camp Talamati Bushveld Camp Tamboti Camp Tsendze Rustic Camp