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Kruger National Park

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Malalan Gate, Nelspruit 1350, South Africa
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 1 March 2011

Some months ago I asked members of trip adviser for advice on visiting the Kruger National Park. Well I`ve now had my visit with my two gransons and it`s time for my input. Time of visit Feb 2011. Perhaps not really the best time to...More

6  Thank MerlinCheshire
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 13 July 2014

While visiting South Africa in June, one of our destinations was the Kruger National Park. I have traveled all over Africa and seriously have never been disappointed. I may be a little bit jaded after traveling to Botswana, Namibia and Uganda, but when I visited...More

4  Thank Debbie J
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Certainly worth a visit, been going there 2 to 3 times a year since I was a little girl and always a experience. Sad to see how things have changed, Main roads now has 15min limit on watching and taking photos when spotting something great...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our first introduction to KNP was a viewing of cheetah and 3 cubs. Our next viewing was a croc who had caught a leopard. Every day there was something incredibly special and mind-blowing that we witnessed. If Africa has been on your bucket list, just...More

1  Thank Lisa K
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited Kruger Nat. Park in August. I'm told the best times to go are January and August. While the trees are bare and everything is brown in August, it is easier to see the animals through the trees. We went on drives in the...More

Thank rdemik
Reviewed 1 week ago

Krugar is immense in size, compares to the state of NJ. Unless you have unlimited time, you can just choose one area, accessed by one of the "gates" in which to explore. They do allow private cars to drive around it, but extreme caution is...More

Thank Diana L
Reviewed 3 April 2017

Kruger National Park is just one of those special places in the world you just want to keep coming back and coming back and coming back! Every visit is different and you will always see a spectacular assortment of flora and fauna every time you...More

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Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

Every trip is a unique experience. Today was a day for giraffes, elephants and birding. Entered through Crocodile Bridge and travelled the gravel roads to Lower Sabie for Brunch. Then cut across South of Skukuza and exited through Malelane. Nature unspoilt. If you are reading...More

Thank JWT-1964
Reviewed 1 April 2017

We were very happy with the overall trip and services in South Africa. This was an epic adventure and the attention to detail was first class.

Thank John R
Reviewed 1 April 2017

Nothing beats Kruger. But whatever you do, take the guided tours. Especially with guides that have access to the radio. The best way to see all the park has to offer.

1  Thank DopeyMo
Reviewed 30 March 2017

We camped at Tsendze Rustic Camp over the long weekend in March. There is no electricity in the camp and the ablution facilities function with solar panels (lights) and gas (hot water). There is 32 sites and the camp was fully booked, resulting in a...More

Thank ZuZanna B
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

Please please take a "warm" jacket and a hat or scarf, a powerful torch and something to drink. It gets really cold on the open truck, even though the weather was warm. Entertaining drive and you will get to see some interesting animals but felt...More

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Response from robbo204 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Barbara. Been going there for years and not taken pills. The use of peaceful sleep at night long sleeve shirts and topa, thick socks have served me well in the past. If you take pills you need to start a few days before... More
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Arul D
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Response from Denzil S | Reviewed this property |
Skip Kruger this time round. It's far out of the way and you're traveling with a toddler. Do the addo elephant national park instead. It's closer to Port Elizabeth and it has the big 5. If you want to do Kruger in future... More
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Response from jill s | Reviewed this property |
As above hire a car do your own thing you will soon know when there is a sighting of a cat as the road gets blocked and you just have to wait your turn but well worth it
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