big five photographic & game viewing safaris

Kruger National Park

Covering an area of about 20000 square kilometres and boasting with incredible wildlife diversity, just think 520 bird, 119 reptile and 147 mammal species, Kruger National Park offers the visitor a unique safari experience rivalled only by few other great parks in Africa.

The 3000 km of road, lots of beautiful and peaceful rest camps, lovely picnic sites and very knowledgeable field guides, makes an ideal combination to ensure a great game viewing safari with ample opportunity for taking photographs and spotting the Big 5!

We conduct our safaris throughout the park and accommodate in all of the different rest camps. If you do not know which camps to choose, relax, we have lots of experience in the park and let us do it for you!



Chalets or bungalows are the most popular accommodation option for most of our guests! All have en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning/ceiling fans.

NB: Accommodation in Kruger is very popular and must be booked well in advance to secure your place and avoid disappointment... so let us know early and we can start planning your safari!

On Safari:

Game drives are done in closed, air conditioned vehicles with a high ground clearance to allow for optimal game viewing and keeping you and your expensive camera equipment dry when rainy and yourself cool when hot!

We also recommend booking a private vehicle if you want to focus on photography on safari, this is just to avoid conflicting interests and making the most of the opportunities presented whilst on drives.

Activities like night drives and bush walks can be booked at camp at extra cost.

Food & Beverage:

Included in the costs are two meals daily, breakfast and dinner. Dinners are prepared “South African style” at camp. Coffee, tea, muffins and rusks are provided on game drives.
Refreshment, alcoholic beverages and snacks can be bought at camp.
Meals at restaurants/cafeterias in camp and additional drinks/food can be bought at extra cost to the guest.

Example of a daily safari itinerary:

05:00 am - Wake up time!

05:15 am - Coffee, tea and rusks before morning drive

05:40 am - Morning game drive. (Times differ according to season)

We usually stop at lookout points, waterholes and picnic stops along the way.

11:00 am - Back at camp and brunch.

You can swim (if the camp has pool facilities), take a siesta or just whatever you feel like wanting to do!

15:00 pm - Afternoon game drive.

17:30 pm - Back at camp. (Times differ according to season)

20:00 pm - Dinner



  • We do pick-ups from Nelspruit KMIA (airport) or any of the Kruger National Park gates only. It is your responsibility to arrange for transfers and flights to or from these points where we collect and drop off our guests.
  • NB! We do not do any pick-ups entering the Kruger National Park that will result in arriving at whichever camp on or later than the camp gate closing times.

 Kruger National Park Travel & Gate Times


Restrictions on safari

- There will be a maximum number of 6 guests per vehicle.

- Any one between the ages of 12 - 65 is welcome on these vehicle based safaris. A private/exclusive safari has to be booked if you have children younger than 12.

- Everyone has to adhere to the rules set out by the Kruger National Park. Kruger National Park Rules 

- Everybody has to complete an indemnity form before embarking on safari.

- Guests depend on the Field Guide for their safety and for guidance. The guide should therefore be obeyed at all times and failure to co-operate in this respect could lead to the immediate cancellation of the safari without a refund.

- Excessive consumption of liquor is strongly discouraged and can lead to the immediate cancellation of that person’s safari.

- Malaria Prophylactics are essential. Please consult your doctor. Guests should bring their own medication and please inform us on anything important that we must be aware of. All of the areas where we conduct our safaris are known malaria areas and guests should please consult their physician/chemist before going on safari.

- Please contact your travel agent/tour operator regarding luggage weight restrictions if you did your booking through them. Remember that large bags etc. will only make it difficult for you especially when camping out.

- Guests are responsible for their own travel insurance.

- Please check with your local foreign embassy or your travel agent to see if you require a visa. Most international passports require a visa.

Example what to pack

- Shorts

- Long sleeved shirts (for sun protection as well as warmth).

- 1 light sweater or sweatshirt

- 1 lightweight, waterproof windbreaker

- Short-sleeved shirts or T-shirts

- Underwear and socks

- Hat or cap

- Toilet kit including shampoo and soap

- Insect repellent

- Personal first aid kit and medicine for personal medical conditions. If you have any medical condition, please bring it under our attention.

- Camera and film or memory card plus batteries

- Binoculars

- Bird and animal checklist

- Sun block