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Private Small Group Kruger Adventure

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Private Small Group Kruger Adventure

No of guests                       2 people sharing (max 6) 

Date of safari                      April, May, June, July and August 2024

Duration of safari              15 days (14 nights)

Price                                     Upon request



Enjoy a 15-day personalised experience on this fully guided all-inclusive safari

Safari includes:

Return road transfers from Hoedspruit airport to Kruger on day 1 from Kruger to Nelspruit airport on day 15.

All accommodation in private en-suite cottages in seven Kruger locations (includes fresh linen and towels).

Kruger conservation and entrance fees.

All private guiding and game drives in our open-sided game viewing vehicles with Neil, your own safari guide.

All breakfasts, dinners, pre-afternoon snacks, gamedrive snacks and refreshments (SA wine and beer plus fresh juice and bottled water).

All safari activities as per itinerary (including two gamedrives a day).


Not included:

Domestic flights Jhb to Hoedspruit and Nelspruit to Jhb, travel insurance, items not described above and personal items.




Meet and greet

We will collect you and transfer you from Hoedspruit airport to meet Neil and onto his open safari vehicle for your gamedrive to Mopani.


Mopani restcamp (northwestern Kruger)


Huddled against and overlooking the banks of the dam, visitors can take advantage of the winter trend for park animals to move towards water sources as they migrate towards the dam's edge, providing excellent viewing opportunities.

The Tropic of Capricorn loop and the Nshawu pans areas allow for game viewing from open plains which host blue wildebeest, Burchell’s zebra, buffalo and the rarer tsessebe.

Shingwedzi Camp (restcamp/northeastern Kruger)



Centered in a quiet clearing along the banks of the Shingwedzi river, this eponymous camp provides a well-balanced Kruger National Park accommodation offering of luxury holiday and authentic, outdoor camping trip. Shrouded in mopane trees, the area produces sightings of waterbuck, nyala, kudu and elephant, as well as a variety of bird species.

Punda Maria Camp (restcamp / far northern Kruger)


The area includes kudu, nyala, buffalo and Sharpe’s grysbok as some of its thriving local inhabitants, alongside wild dog, elephant and lion. The diminutive suni antelope can also be best viewed from The Mahonie Loop, known to be the best venue for this in the entire park. Punda plays host to many of the area's nyala, impala and occasional bushbuck. Vervet monkey, baboon, hippo and Nile crocodile are found on the riverbed.

Sirheni Bushveld Lodge (restcamp/northern Kruger)


Sirheni Bushveld Camp is located on the edge of the Kruger National Park’s northern plains. Running past to the Mphongolo River's Sirheni Dam, the camp's accommodation facilities and two bird hides survey a wide variety of passing game and birds. Guests may be awakened to the sounds of a lion and a resident leopard is often seen coming down to drink at the dam.

Letaba restcamp (north-eastern Kruger)


The character of Letaba Camp depends heavily on the tall shady trees (Sycamore Fig, Natal Mahogany, Sausage Tree and Apple Leaf), expansive lawns and indigenous gardens where tame bushbuck wander. Visit in winter and you will find the gardens a riot of colour, with several species of Aloe and the Impala lily in full bloom at your accommodation in Kruger Park.

Satara restcamp (central Kruger)


Situated in an excellent game viewing area, Satara has relatively open bushland and the game is plentiful and diverse. Satara camp is well wooded and the birdlife is prolific. At night the clink of fruit bats is fused with the chirping of cicadas and crickets. Owls and nightjars add to the symphony that is punctuated by the whoop of hyena, the screech of jackal and the roar of lion.

Lower Sabie restcamp (southeastern Kruger)


Large numbers of game are attracted to the abundance of water, sweet grass and foliage in the vicinity of Lower Sabie camp, giving rise to a diversity of game, almost unequalled anywhere else in the park. The area boasts lion, cheetah, elephant, hippopotamus, rhino, herds of buffalo and warthog.


Departure day

We always fit in an early morning game drive, and of course, a hearty breakfast before departure to Nelspruit airport.

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