The world-renowned Kruger National Park in South Africa, steeped in myth and history, is waiting for you to explore its vast landscapes and stunning African animals on an extended six-day self-drive safari.
Your trip to Kruger National Park for a safari vacation can become a reality if you take advantage of our expertise in arranging a self-drive safari for you. We will take care of everything, from the sole use of a private vehicle to accommodations that are either more affordable or more luxurious, depending on your preferences.
Guests collect their own hired car and leave Johannesburg early enough to self-drive via the N4 and towns like Dullstroom through to the Lowveld and start the full Panorama Route at Blyde Canyon. Attractions not to miss are the Three Rondavels, Bourkes Luck Potholes, Berlin Waterfall, and God’s Window. Note that all entrance fees are for own account.
Upon reaching Hazyview guests check into Kruger Adventure Lodge or similar where they can enjoy a scrumptious dinner (included in their package).
After a breakfast (included in the package) at the lodge, guests self-drive into the national park and continue on their own safari.
If you prefer one or two added-on guided tours, now may be the last opportunity to book it, since such activities should be booked beforehand as optional extra.
Check into arranged accommodation and either braai under the African stars or enjoy a meal in the camp restaurant.
You have three whole days available to explore the park in your own time. With prior arrangement, a bush walk, and a night drive can be included in the package, but it is subject to availability.
You can either drive around on the many tarred and gravel roads and visit the waterholes in different areas of the southern park, relax in the camp and laze around the pool, visit other camps or picnic spots or take part in any of the optional activities available at the camp.
End the day with a dinner at the restaurant (for your own account) or lit a fire and have a traditional braai.
On this final day you will make an early start and drive for one last time through the park to the exit gate and back to Johannesburg.
On a genuine self-drive safari through Kruger National Park, you will have the opportunity to go on an adventure in search of the “Big Five” animals of Africa: the elephant, lion, rhinoceros, leopard, and buffalo. You will also encounter several other species of exotic wildlife.
A self-drive safari offers some of the best opportunities to see wildlife and guarantees times of complete and utter solitude in the middle of nowhere.
Visitors have the best chance of seeing lions in the southern part of Kruger National Park, which includes the Sabie River basin and the central grasslands, while elephants are most likely to be seen in the mixed woodlands and at numerous watering holes.
Visiting this section of the park in your own vehicle is, without a doubt, the most enjoyable way to do so. A self-drive safari in Kruger Park gives you the freedom to plan your trip around your own preferences and schedule.
Make use of one of many available maps to help you in choosing and planning your trip through Kruger Park if you opt for one of our self-drive safaris.
Accommodation will be provided in standard amenities in one of the main rest camps in the southern or central part of the Kruger National Park, subject to availability.
The type of accommodation facilities will comprise en-suite chalets with twin beds, a small kitchen, utensils and air-conditioning, or similar. The option of a safari tent is also possible, all subject to availability on your chosen dates.
In Kruger National Park, visitors can choose from a wide variety of lodging options to best meet their needs.
There are various types of lodging available, and the one that is best for you will be mainly influenced by the level of convenience and excitement that you seek. Guests looking for something more unique will also find exactly what they are looking for, and those who are content to rough it will have no trouble doing so. Families have a diverse selection of opportunities to choose from at each tier.
Priority will be given for accommodation in the following camps: Skukuza, Berg En Dal, Pretoriuskop, Lower Sabie or as far north as Satara, if needed.