Greater Kruger National Park

The Greater Kruger National Park region is world-renowned for its abundance of wildlife

Animals exposed, fabulous photos, wild walks, bright-plumed birds

South Africa is globally renowned for its phenomenal game viewing and sound conservation ethics. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the iconic Kruger National Park, where 147 species of mammals – more than any other African wildlife area – exist alongside 517 bird species, 114 different types of reptile (there are 3 000 Nile crocodiles), 33 species of amphibian and 50 kinds of fish.

Bordering the Kruger National Park are a number of private reserves where the visitor will find the ultimate in luxury. Some of the area's private game lodges are frequently proclaimed to be among the finest hotels in the world. They offer the very best, authentic, close-up wildlife viewing and photography to be found anywhere on the African continent.

African Darter at Lake Panic bird hide

Paul Kruger statue at Paul Kruger Gate 

A lion and lioness peer into the distance

News & views

Graskop Gorge lift in the pipeline

  • 26 April 2017 | Nontobeko Mtshali

The PPS Panorama Tour

  • 19 April 2017 | Nontobeko Mtshali

Spotted in the Kruger Lowveld

  • 13 April 2017 | Nontobeko Mtshali