Kruger National Park Game Drive

Kruger National Park is South Africa’s most exciting safari destination. Steeped in legend and history, the iconic Kruger National Park in South Africa is waiting for you to explore its vast landscapes and spectacular African wildlife. Take a journey of exploration to find Africa’s “Big Five”: elephant, lion, rhino, leopard and buffalo. The term “Big Five” was coined by poachers who originally used it to refer to the most difficult animals to hunt on foot, today, it represents some of the most elusive and exciting animals to see on safari.

You’ll head out on a safari vehicle with your guide from your accommodation, on a half-day safari adventure. Make sure that on board you have your binoculars, camera, hat, sunscreen, guidebooks and sunglasses. You’ll have the opportunity to go out in the morning and late afternoon; and something special will be spotted. In addition, a night drive can be done. Take part in the nocturnal activities of Kruger’s secretive creatures. Your guide will answer any questions you may have whilst you are out. Learn about the animals’ behaviour from your guide and enjoy several photo stops to capture the raw natural beauty of the park’s wildlife.

Kruger National Park’s scenery is also incredible, and the savannah vistas – as the sun starts to fade – are unforgettable.

Your Game Drive finishes back at your safari lodge.


  • Visit one of South Africa's most exciting safari destinations

  • Take a journey of exploration to find Africa's Big Five

  • Go out on a night game drive and keep your eyes peeled for elusive nocturnal animals

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I grew up near the picturesque fishing village of Rye, in East Sussex. However, my heart has always been in Africa since I was a young girl. Having a South African father meant my love for the history and colour of this fantastic continent has been a prominent part of my life, and so getting to travel to seven different countries over the last few years has been a dream come true. One of my highlights was flying in the famous yellow bi-plane across Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya.

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