A camping safari trip to the Kruger National Park for three days is a great way to get away from it all and relax. Almost everyone who comes to this part of the African continent will want to check off an authentic African safari in Kruger National Park. South Africa’s most famous wildlife reserve has earned its spectacular reputation in part due to the incredible variety of animals and plants that can be found there. It is no wonder the Kruger Safari Co.’s three-day camping safari is such a popular option for seeing the region’s breath-taking scenery.
We leave the Johannesburg OR Tambo Airport bus terminal at 07:00 for your transfer to Hazyview. It is a 5-6 hour drive, and you will stop for lunch (at your own expense) along the way.
From Hazyview, you board an open safari vehicle for a late afternoon safari drive into the park, after which you are checked into your accommodation.
Dinner is served under the stars at our private camp within Pretoriuskop.
The night is spent in your comfortable domed tent at the camp and your package includes dinner.
Following an early wake-up call, there will be time for tea or coffee and rusks before departing for a full day open vehicle safari drive from approximately 06:00 to 15:30. Brunch is included along your route, and your guide will also stop for you to purchase refreshments further during the day.
Dinner is served under the stars at our private camp within the rest camp after some relaxation back at the camp.
The night is spent in your comfortable domed tent at the camp and your package includes hot beverages and rusks, a light brunch and a three-course dinner.
You wake up early again, pack up and depart on a morning safari drive in the open vehicle. Breakfast is included along route in the park before you are dropped off in Hazyview and get into the transfer vehicle back to Johannesburg.
You should arrive in Johannesburg between 17:30 and 18:00, depending on late-afternoon traffic.
Your package includes hot beverages and rusks, breakfast and transfer.
A trip to Kruger National Park is everything you could hope for from an African safari, and the best way to make the most of your time there and see everything you came for is to do it with a skilled guide and spending your evenings in front of your tent under the stars.
Guests stay in domed tents with two single beds in Pretoriuskop Rest Camp in the Kruger National Park.
Pretoriuskop Rest Camp is located in the southern part of the park, which is renowned for its incredible biodiversity, high concentration of animals and prolific birdlife.
Twin beds are made with SANParks linen and blankets, with towels provided and guests have access to neat communal ablution facilities.
There is a zero-tolerance policy about smoking in any of the tents.
We have our own private kitchen in the camp and eat in the open-air dining tent or the camp restaurant if it rains.
A takeout eatery and a Park store selling beverages and snacks are available at the camp.
Pretoriuskop is notable for its beautiful large swimming pool, which was constructed around a massive granite boulder.
There is cell phone service at the campsite, but there is no Wi-Fi. Get a Sim card with Pay as You Go data if you want to use the internet while on safari in Kruger Park.
Collection and Drop off
Between 7:00 and 7:30, guests are picked up from the bus terminus at Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport. Collections from any Johannesburg hotels or addresses are available at a surcharge.
Guests are dropped off at Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport around 17:00; alternative hotels or addresses can be arranged at an additional cost.
Kruger Safari Co and its service providers offer low-cost transfers for groups of two to twelve people per vehicle; please let us know if you prefer a private tour (additional rates may apply).
Remember that if you intend to fly out of OR Tambo International Airport on the final day of your safari tour, we recommend booking a domestic flight no earlier than 19:30 and an international flight no earlier than 21:00.