IN KRUGER NATIONAL PARK
WHo CAN GO
We allow young children who are accompanied by their parents on drives. Should the need arise, early return to the lodge is possible if the children are part of one group.
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
The largest national park in South Africa established in 1890.
Borders Mpumalanga Provance, Limpopo Provance, Mozambique Provance, Zimbabwe.
2 million hectares 19633 km2 or 7580 miles2. The Park is 380 km long and on average about 60 km wide.
Kruger has been divided into 24 ecozones on the basis of underlying geology, topography and rainfall and associated vegetation and animal distribution.
Major rivers are Crocodile, Limpopo, Sabie, Olifants, Letaba and Levuvhu rivers.
Kruger has a relatively low elevation between 300 m in the east and 839 m in the southwestern corner.
Rainfall varies from an average of 760 mm at Pretoriuskop to as little as 210 mm at Pafuri.
Temperature varies from a daily average of 30 C in January to 23 C in July.
Plant life varies from subtropical to tropical.More than 2000 plant species occur in the Kruger NP.
Unmanned aircraft systems and drones are strictly prohibited in all areas in the Kruger National Park
The KNP is in a malaria zone: we advise that all visitors adhere to take the necessary precaution.
Feeding of game
Disturbing, touching or harming game
A litter - free zone
No killing of animals