Greater Kruger

Recommended accommodations

One of the first in African conservation, South Africa set aside a portion of land approximately the same size as Wales to protect its wildlife. With one of the greatest diversities of flora and fauna, it is one of the top spots for wildlife viewing. With large populations of the big 5, it is a big hit with first-timers eager to tick off the bigger mammals on safari.

They also have a large pride of white lions which draw in big crowds, eager to see these unique color variations. However, for those who wish the same experience without the crowds, the surrounding concessions make an excellent choice. With limited numbers of camps and vehicles per sighting yet no fences between them and the park the game, they often have better wildlife viewing and can extend their night drives beyond sunset for further opportunity of seeing the nocturnal animals in action.

Kings Camp

Set in the heart of the Timbivati area, famous for it’s white lions, King’s Camp is the ultimate indulgence in the bush, with large colonial rooms you can enjoy relaxing after your days activities in complete luxury.

Leopard Hills

In the famous Sabi Sands you will find the glamorous and luxurious Leopard Hills Lodge. With just 8 suites overlooking the waterhole and surrounding bush.

Chitwa Chitwa

With just 8 suites and a private house this lodge is the perfect place for prime game viewing! Stylish and luxurious the rooms all have private decks, plunge pools and the service and food are exceptional!


Londolozi has long been known as a luxurious wildlife haven within the Kruger concessions and thanks to the photography trained Londolozi rangers you will be able to capture that perfect ‘Nat Geo’ shot!

Notten’s Bush Camp

One of the original Sabi Sand’s lodges and still family run this exclusive lodge has just 9 rooms in the heart of one of Kruger’s most wildlife prolific concessions.