Kruger National Park

The largest game reserve in South Africa

A tonic of wildness

We can never have enough of nature, implored the soul of nature himself, Henry David Thoreau. And in the Kruger National Park, one of the world’s biggest wildlife sanctuaries, nature surprises and enlivens in every corner. The Kruger’s wilderness stretches 20,720 square kilometres across South Africa. Along its western border in the private Sabi Sand reserve are some of the finest lodges of Africa, lodges that go beyond mere safaris, lodges that excel in the art of living.

Explore the region on game drives and bush walks and experience it through the eyes of expert rangers and trackers who open a whole new world to you. One of constant fascination, from the insects and over 500 species of birds to the intricate ecosystems and topography.