Kruger National Park Concessions

Established in 1898, the Kruger National Park is probably the most renowned safari destination in all of Africa. Spanning over 2 million hectares of wildlife reserves and concessions, the landscape is varied as does the abundance of wildlife that thrives here. Home to the Big Five and more, witness some of the most fascinating wildlife as we showcase our carefully-curated selection of concessions and camps. 

Why Kruger National Park Concessions?

Wildlife Highlights

Home to the Big Five - lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and both white and black rhinos, Kruger National Park is teeming with some of the most diverse wildlife found in the African continent including almost all species of big cats such as the African wild cat, caracal, cheetah, serval cat as well as the endangered African wild dog, giraffe, hippo, zebra, warthog, wildebeest, hyena, impala, kudu not forgetting the elusive and mysterious aardvark.

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Featured Camps in Kruger National Park Concessions

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