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Kruger National Park Travel Guide

The Kruger National Park is the best choice for a do-it-yourself and low-cost safari. The first wildlife reserve established in southern Africa (and in fact, one of the oldest wildlife reserves in the world), Kruger was designated a protected area in 1926. Today, the Park spreads over 20,000 sq km and draws the largest number of safari enthusiasts in South Africa. The infrastructure within the Park is reputed to be the best in the African Continent, and it is considered to be one of the world’s finest examples of efficient wildlife management.

Entry Permits

Visitors to Kruger pay R30 per adult and R15 per child at the entrance to the park. Additional charges are levied on vehicles, ranging from R9 for a trailer to R320 for a large bus. Safaris, guided walks and camping in wilderness parks cost extra.

The most popular camp is Lower Sabie because of its close proximity to well known Game areas where chances of sightings is very high.

Safari etiquette involves never teasing or imitating animals.Do not smoke while on a drive as the grass around is very dry and you do not want to start a bush fire. Do not litter and NEVER approach a wild animal on foot.


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