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About Kruger National Park

The second largest game reserve, the Kruger National Park is south Africa’s flagship Game reserve. Originally the Kruger Park was the Sabi Game Reserve, and it was only in 1927 when the National Parks Act was declared that the Kruger National Park came into existence (by merging the Sabi... read more

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166 accommodation listings in Kruger National Park. Enter dates to see full pricing and availability:

Kwa Madwala Private Game Reserve - Manyatta Rock Camp

Bed and Breakfast, Chalets, Game Lodges, Holiday Homes in Marloth Park

Kwa Madwala Private Game Reserve is situated near the southern side of the Kruger National Park in close proximity to...

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R3600.0

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Peace of Marloth

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Peace of Marloth is a beautiful, luxurious family home located in Marloth Park, a private residential nature reserve,...

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Full Kitchen
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R1750.0

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Bush Cabana

Cottages, Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Bush Cabana comprises of 2 beautiful cottages. It is situated close to Gate 2 in the Marloth Park Conservancy. Gate 2...

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R400.0

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Leisure Kruger Lodge

Guest Houses, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Leisure Kruger Lodge is located in the Marloth Park is, a 3000-hectare wildlife conservancy and holiday town situated...

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R1000.0

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Savanna Pride

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

House Savanna Pride is situated inside Marloth Park Wildlife Conservancy in Hornbill Street, about 300m from the Croc...

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R3000.0

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Swartwitpens Marloth Park

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Swartwitpens is nestled in the South African bush in Marloth Park, where animals roam freely.

This self-catering ...

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R1200.0

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Karibuni House

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Karibuni Holiday House is located in the Marloth Park wildlife sanctuary, situated on the southern boundry of the Kru...

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R2200.0

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Rose's Guest House

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Rose’s Guest House is a lovely, modern and spacious, thatched bush house situated in Marloth Park, within close proxi...

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R800.0

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Into The Pride

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Into the Pride holiday home is situated in the centre of Marloth Park in Mpumalanga, South Africa. Springbok and Shar...

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R1600.0

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Eden Safari Country House

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Eden Safari Country House is situated in Marloth Park, approximately 4000-hectares of African Bush. This reserve is a...

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R2000.0

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Bateleur Bush Lodge

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Bateleur Bush Lodge offers comfortable self-catering accommodation in a fully furnished private 4-bedroom home situat...

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R850.0

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Genet House

Bed and Breakfast, Game Lodges, Guest Houses, Holiday Homes in Marloth Park

Genet House is situated 80 metres from the Crocodile River and is situated on the Southern border of South Africa’s m...

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R1560.0

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Hyena Hangout

Cottages, Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

At Hyena Hangout we are constantly delighted by visits from zebra, giraffe, bushbuck and kudu. There is nothing to be...

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R800.0

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Getaway Bush

Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

This rustic self-catering holiday home has all the comforts you need to relax and enjoy Africa at its best.
The Croco...

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R1550.0

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Nathi Guest House

Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Nathi Guest House is a detached holiday home situated in Marloth Park in the Mpumalanga Region and is 400 m from View...

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R2800.0

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Kruger View Cottage

Cottages, Self Catering in Marloth Park

This fully furnished, self-catering cottage has a large open plan lounge and fully equipped kitchen. It has 3 bedroom...

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R2800.0

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Live-A-Little

Cottages, Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Live-A-Little is a cosy, fully equipped, self-catering house, located in the popular Marloth Park Conservancy with a ...

Swimming Pool
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R350.0

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Villa Marula

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering, Villas in Marloth Park

Spacious Villa in a wildlife conservancy sleeps 6 comfortably. Adjacent to the Kurger Park, with incredible wildlife,...

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R1550.0

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Hackett's Hideaway - Marloth Park

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Hackett's Hideaway is an 8-sleeper double storey house, suitable for 4 adults and 4 children and is situated within M...

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R1150.0

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Grand Kruger Lodge

Bed and Breakfast, Game Lodges in Marloth Park

Grand Kruger Lodge is situated in the heart of the bushveld approximately 450km from Johannesburg. We provide an idea...

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R1642.0

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Kruger River Villas - Lions Gate

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering, Villas in Marloth Park

KrugerRiverVillas - Lions Gate is a self-catering, holiday house that is situated in Marloth Park. Ideal for a family...

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R2500.0

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Klaserie River Safari Lodge

Guest Lodge in Klaserie Private Nature Reserve

Klaserie River Safari Lodge combines the rustic beauty of the African bushveld and the calm serenity of the riverine ...

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R2085.0

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Angela's Safari Camp

Camps, Game Lodges in Klaserie Private Nature Reserve

Situated on 3200 ha within the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve which is located adjacent to the Kruger National Park ...

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R10220.0

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De Bruine Huis

Self Catering in Marloth Park

This is a charming self-catering house surrounded by lush vegetation, located in the Marloth Park. It is the ideal ac...

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R450.0

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Peandra Inn

Cottages, Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Nestled in the unspoilt bush near the southern tip of the Kruger National Park in Marloth Park. The property is locat...

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R250.0

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Bayt Al Ghaba (My Bush House)

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

My Bushhouse is a self-catering unit in Marloth Park. The house is fully equipped with all crockery, cutlery, linen a...

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R950.0

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Squirrels Leap

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Squirrels Leap is nestled in the unspoilt bush near the southern tip of the Kruger National Park in Marloth Park. It ...

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R1500.0

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Turaco Lodge

Bed and Breakfast, Game Lodges, Guest Lodge, Holiday Homes in Marloth Park

Turaco Lodge is a small and intimate establishment, bordering on the world-renowned Kruger National Park, within a co...

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R2390.0

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Carolmarks

Game Lodges, Holiday Homes, Self Catering in Marloth Park

Carolmarks is a self-catering holiday home surround by trees and located in Marloth Park, a 3,000-hectare wildlife co...

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R600.0

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Kruger Wielewaal Rest Camp

Game Lodges in Marloth Park

Wieliewaal Rest camp has 3 luxury en-suite rooms that are fully air-conditioned and serviced daily. We also offer ope...

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More info about Kruger National Park

The second largest game reserve, the Kruger National Park is south Africa’s flagship Game reserve. Originally the Kruger Park was the Sabi Game Reserve, and it was only in 1927 when the National Parks Act was declared that the Kruger National Park came into existence (by merging the Sabi Game Reserve with the Shingwedzi Game Reserve). In 1927 the first motorists drove through the park for a mere pound.

Today the park spreads across 2 of the country’s provinces (Limpopo and Mpumalanga) and spans an awesome 19,633 square kilometres (7,580 sq mi) . Just the drive from North to South of the park is 60 kilometres (220 mi), while east to west is only 5 kilometres (40 mi). It is also home to Africa’s Big Five, the birding Big Six, as well as thousands of indigenous fauna and flora. Day guests to the park can visit between 5 - 18:30 in the South African Summer months Nov - Feb); 6:00 - 18:00 during Spring (Aug - Oct) and Autumn (Mar - Apr); and 6:00 - 17:30 during Winter (May - Jul). Visitors staying overnight in one of the parks various accommodation offerings will have broader access to the park after normal daily hours.

 

Things to do

Of course, visiting the Kruger National Park usually means safari time, and efforts to spot the Big Five, as well as the other 142 mammal species to be found in the park. Then there is of course the the truly magnificent scenery, which not just plays home to the animals of the park, but also the vast and diverse birdlife. So where to begin?


The first, most inexpensive activity is of course to do a self-drive safari. Whether you are staying in the park, or outside it, a self-drive safari is always doable. The park rangers will provide you with maps, as well as expert advice about where to go to find whichever creatures you are looking for. They will also depart the parks rules to you. It is vital you follows these; both for your safety, the safety of other visitors, and most importantly - the safety of all the creatures who call the park home.

If a self-drive isn’t your thing, and you’re stating at one of the park’s many guest lodges, then a guided safari is the way to go. Guests are taken through the park by expert rangers , who not only know the best places to go and when, but will also shares their expertise knowledge about the animals and your majestical surrounds.

if you truly wish to get up-close, and personal with the nature in the park, then why not try out a walking safari? These will allow you to enjoy close encounters with some of the parks less carnivorous creatures, as well as learn detailed information about animal tracking, conservation, and the importance of the habitat to the creatures in which it homes. It’s also an ideal opportunity for a little bit of bird watching, and your guide will be able to point out many of the parks more friendly feathery friends.

If you are keen on bird watching and want to find the reclusive and rare birds of the park then consider going on a birding safari. The guides know all the knooks and crannies in which the majestic creatures hide, and know exactly when they come out to hunt. Of course you don’t always need to go on a safari, if you’re staying in the park, you’ll definitely be able to get fair amount of bird watching done at your accommodations.

A more unique safari experience of horseback safaris is available to horse lovers staying in the park. And you don’t need to be an expert - they are available to novice, intermediate and experienced riders. One of the more epic safari rides takes you into the African bush for sundowners - and a true african sunset.

For golf lovers, make sure you visit the only golf-course in the Kruger. The stunning, 18-hole course will offer you a truly unique golfing experience, as well as an opportunity to admire the majestic surrounds of the park.

For those staying at one of many of the lodges in the Kruger will also be able to enjoy a number of leisure and relaxation activities depending on where you stay. These can include wine tastings, spa days, swimming, and just general relaxing while taking in the astounding views.

 

Where to eat

There are very few gastronomical settings that are as beautifully natural as that of the Kruger Park. There are a variety of restaurants to stop at throughout the park, mainly situated in the various rest camps. Remember, if you’re not eating at your accommodation, be sure to either pack your own food or plan to stop at one of these astounding eateries.

Stop at the gracious Tindlovu restaurant in the Berg-en-dal restaurant for delicious freshly prepared homely foods. The venue can also be hired for conferences and weddings.

For a quick bite to eat the Deli in the Satara rest camp is the place to swing by. Here you’ll find easy to grab and go healthy foods, such as freshly prepared sandwiches and salads.

If you are wanting a relaxed start to your day then stop at the Deli in the Skukuza rest camp. Here you can enjoy coffee, light meals, and treat along the gorgeous Sabie river.

For a taste of history, as well as delicious foods, then make a stop at the Selati Station Grill House in the Skukuza rest camp. The restaurant is built around an old train that used to take visitors around the park.





Picnicking in the Kruger is usually a favourite amongst day visitors. There are little kiosks that sell light meals, and snacks. There are also outdoor fire pits available for hire if you wish to enjoy an outdoor braai, and wood can normally be bought at the kiosk.

 

Where to stay

The is a wide selection of place to stay, both inside and outside, the Kruger National Park, which will suit both your budget and experience needs!

Luxury Tents: Sleep in the glorious outdoors, but with all the added comforts of luxury bedding and running water in the permanent tents of the Garonga Safari Camp. The permanent tents have indoor showers, luxury comforts, and simply stunning views. The camp is situated just west of the Kruger in the Makalali Conservancy.

Self-catering: if you’re heading to the Kruger with friends, family or both, then it will be well worth your money to book into a self-catering accommodation. Many can sleep upwards of six people, and they allow you to take your adventure at your own pace. For large groups the LeoLapa House, just outside the Kruger in the Mjejane Private Nature Reserve is ideal.

Tree Houses: For a once in-a-lifetime experience opt to snuggle up amongst the trees at the Varty Camp. Here guests will enjoy delicious views of the Londolozi Private Game reserve from their tree-top chalets, as well as their own private plunge pools.

Lodges: Slip away into nature, and avoid the crowds Monwana Game Lodge. Situated in the heart of the Thornybush Nature Reserve, this stunning lodge offers guests a luxurious, yet homely experience. Wildlife is often seen frequenting the river banks on the Monwana River on which the lodge sits.

Transport

Getting to and from the Kruger Park is not nearly as hard as people imagine, with 9 points of entry and easy access from surrounding airports. Unless you have arranged for your accommodation to collect you from a meeting point and bring you into the park, you will need to either have your own car or hire one.

Air: There are numerous airports surrounding the the park, which are close to the various points of entry. These include Kruger Park Gateway Airport; Eastgate Airport; and Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport. You can also opt to fly directly into the Kruger and land at Skukuza Airport. The Kruger National Park is also reachable from O.R Thambo, although you will need to drive approx. 420 Kms (about 5hrs) to get there.

Car: It is highly recommended that you hire or use your own car to travel through the Kruger. You can hire a car from several agencies online and pick them up at both O.R Thambo or Kruger Mpumalanga International airports.


 

Did you know?

The Kruger National Park is often called “the Kruger”; “The Park”; or simply “Kruger” by locals and visitors alike.

At 19,633 square kilometres (7,580 sq mi) the park is roughly the same size as Israel.

The area in which the Kruger Park lies is known as the “lowveld”.

In 1927 the first motor vehicle drove through the park for a mere 1 pound.

The first warden of the Kruger was James Stevenson-Hamilton.

The park is home to 254 cultural heritage sites.

There is evidence that prehistoric man lived in the region approx. 500 000 - 100 000 years ago.

With 147 different species, the Kruger is home to the widest variety of mammals in African Nature Reserves.

There are over 500 bird species to be found in the park, including the ‘Big Six’; the Lappet faced Vulture, Martial Eagle, Saddle        billed Stork; Kori Bustard; Ground Hornbill; and Pel’s Fishing Owl.​

The Kruger park is comprised of not just one but six different eco-systems.