With over 2 million hectares of pristine wilderness, Kruger’s biodiversity withstands numerous game species and birds. To the north of the park, you will find Baobab trees, scrubland and rocky outcroppings which can be seen for miles and animals tend to gather around water sources.
As you travel south, the park gets busier, animal numbers increase, and the backdrop changes to grassland and acacia woodlands.
To the west, private reserves such as Sabi Sands and the Timbavati open onto the Kruger, offering an exclusive game experience with the flexibility of night drives and off-road 4 x 4 safaris.
Kruger National Park – Limpopo Hotels
Cantilevered dramatically off a cliff with commanding views of the valley below, The Outpost is a masterpiece of contemporary lodge design. Guests are accommodated in 12 luxurious, free-standing spaces perched along the ridgeline, each with state-of the-art retractable, remote-controlled screens offering 180º of uninterrupted views. The eight-sleeper Eco Luxe Pel’s Post, which sits nearby in a tranquil location closer to the riverbank, shares a similar architectural language and guest expe...
Pel’s Post Lodge$$$$
Sundowners in magical locations, spa treatments, two daily game drives, giant baobabs, the largest fever tree forest in the Southern Hemisphere, drinks around a crackling fire at night, any requests big or small… Pel’s Post defines a once-in-a-lifetime bespoke safari experience. Pel’s Post is also famous for its specialist walking safaris. Should you book all four suites, you will have your own chef, vehicle and expert field guide. Pel’s Post is designed for a family or a ...
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