Kruger Park Safaris
The Kruger National Park is synonymous with Africa as a whole, it is the number one destination for safaris in South Africa.
The greater Kruger region is home to Africa's "Big 5" (Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino and Buffalo) as well as 330 trees, 50 fish, 35 amphibians, 113 reptiles, 510 birds and 150 mammals. It is right here that you will discover exceptional wildlife on an authentic safari in Africa.
We offer a selection of Kruger Park Safari packages ranging from self-drive to fly-in's and scheduled to tailor-made all dependant on your budget and expectations.
Uyaphi.com is your bespoke agent for a South African safari in Kruger National Park with our comprehensive portfolio of Kruger Park Lodges and packages.
- Explore the Kruger at your own pace with a self-drive safari option. We offer numerous starting points for your safari depending on the distance that you would want to drive as well a safari lodge options that cover all budgets (from rustic lodges all the way through top end in luxury). If you are confident in driving and do not want to be restricted by time, then a self-drive is for you.
- Walking Safaris within the Kruger Park and surrounding private game reserves (including the Sabi Sand and Timbavati) is designed for those would like to stretch their legs and get that little bit closer to nature. Highly qualified guides and trackers take you out deep into the African bushveld with the chance of getting up close and personal with the fauna and flora of the Kruger.
- The classic, quintessential camping safari, there is nothing quite like spending a few nights in the wilds of Africa in a tented structure just like the early explorers did. Here we offer a selection of our most popular tented safaris either within the Park or a surrounding private "Big 5" Game Reserve, all of these safaris are scheduled or tailor-made.
- There sometimes comes a point when one needs a break for the excellent wildlife of the Kruger; it is here that we can arrange half day or full tours offering that something a little different. Golf safaris, white water rafting, helicopter and hot air ballooning, cultural village tours, horseback safaris or a visit to the Jane Goodall Institute.