Safari Rangers are a leading overland, fly-in
and fly-drive safari tour operator
to South Africa's popular Kruger National Park,
safari tours, which have proven over the years, to exceed
visitors expectations, for going on safari in South
Out of all the national parks in South Africa, the Kruger National Park should be
your first choice as a destination for your South African safari. There is no question of this. It's one of those destinations that has to be experienced,
as it offers the very best wildlife viewing and once
visited, will never ever be forgotten.
The Kruger National Park is one of the largest game sanctuaries
in Africa and is still very much considered to be one of the world's foremost
wildlife reserves. It is immense, over 2,000 000-hectares and
naturally, has a tremendous botanic diversity.
This great park,
more than any other national park in Africa epitomises the mystery
and magic of living in the bush for a few days. It's big, bold, beautiful and
full of amazing animals.
Kruger Park is home to approximately 145 mammal
species including the famous collection of animals known as the Big Five - Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino and Buffalo.
There is no 'best time' to visit Kruger Park.
It's just a great place to safari, any time
during the year. There are
however two distinct seasons that could determine when you would
prefer to visit:-
Summer season (September - March) is the season
during which all the animals flourish because of the summer rains
- it's the time of plenty.
As a result of the rains the park is
transformed into a green paradise. It's the time to enjoy beautiful
trees and flowers. Hundreds of Impala lambs are born; staple diet
of all the predators.
During the summer season you must be prepared
for day temperatures of 27°C with max temperatures
reaching 40°C. The temperatures at night fall to around 20°C with
Winter season (April - August) is the dry season.
Because it virtually doesn't rain in winter, the park is transformed
into a brown and almost barren landscape.
The animals concentrate at the perennial waterhole's and rivers. The grass
is low, the bushes and trees have lost their leaves. As a result
one can have an unobstructed view through the bush making the
game viewing much easier.
During the winter season you must be prepared
for temperatures dropping to 7°C at night with the odd night at zero°C. Average temperatures during
the day, reach a very comfortable 20°C.
We know you will enjoy some of the best wildlife viewing available in the Kruger Park, no matter what time of the year. Every person
on one of our safari tours of Kruger Park will view large accumulations
of wildlife in their natural environment - Elephant, Buffalo,
Zebra, Giraffe, Wildebeest, Impala, Kudu and Waterbuck; just to
name a few common species.
For more information on our
complete 3 to 7-day guided safari tours to Kruger Park, departing from airports, hotels,
family or friends homes and
guesthouse's in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Nelspruit and Hoedspruit; click on
any of the links in the yellow column ------>
Going on holiday to South Africa
The Kruger National Park has just got to be experienced
With all our Kruger Park safaris we guarantee you will stay in the world-famous Kruger National Park and not in a reserve next to Kruger Park; falling within the latest new term 'Greater Kruger National Park'.
Our itineraries are very
detailed providing you with a very real idea of what can or does
actually occur on each of our Kruger Park tours.
We suggest you bring light neutral colour clothing
on safari - no white clothes. The night game drive can be chilly
even in the summer months so we recommend you bring a light warm
jacket. We also recommend you bring insect repellent, sun block,
sun glasses, a hat or cap, walking shoes, torch/flashlight, 7x50 binoculars, camera and
spare memory cards. There will be a power
supply available to re-charge camera batteries etc.
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