KRUGER NATIONAL PARK
Private guide with intimate knowledge of the park
Spot wild game and birds from the comfort of an
Experience Real Africa
A wildlife experience unlike any other
The Kruger National Park is South Africa’s largest national park. Here, nearly 2 million hectares of unrivalled diversity of life forms combine with historical and archaeological sights.
Visitors can expect an abundance of wildlife sightings. The Park is home to an impressive number of species: 336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians, 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 147 mammals.
The park is also host to almost 254 known cultural heritage sites including nearly 130 recorded rock art sites and more than 300 archaeological sites of Stone Age man. These treasures represent the cultures, persons and events that played a role in the history of the Kruger National Park and are conserved along with the park's natural assets.
The Big Five – Buffalo, Elephant, Leopard, Lion and Rhino.
The Little Five – Buffalo Weaver, Elephant Shrew, Leopard Tortoise, Ant Lion and Rhino Beetle.
Birding Big Six– Ground Hornbill, Kori Bustard, Lappet- faced Vulture, Martial Eagle, Pel’s Fishing Owl and Saddle-bill Stork.
Five Trees – Baobab, Fever Tree, Knob Thorn, Marula, Mopane.
Natural/Cultural Features – Letaba Elephant Museum, Jock of the Bushveld Route, Albasini Ruins, Masorini Ruins, Stevenson Hamilton Memorial Library, Thulamela.
Various accommodation options are available ranging from pristine, luxury lodges to secluded, exclusive bush camps. Each option offers a true African experience within a bushveld setting.
The size of the Park can be daunting and with so much on offer, it’s hard to decide how to best use your limited time. Our guides know the park intimately and will work with you to put together an itinerary that allows you to reach as many of your goals as possible while ensuring that the experience is enriching and representative of Real Africa.
"It was just so incredible to see these ancient animals in their own environment.
I feel so privileged"
"The feeling of anticipation as we searched the bush for wildlife never faded.
There was never a boring moment as Liz regaled us with stories of the animals and people of the area"
Each trip with us is unique and not shared
by other tourists
After qualifying in Nature Conservation in 1995, Liz has been actively involved in Environmental Education with both school groups and teacher training. She has developed and manages environmental programs with a strong focus on conservation and environmental awareness and the development of life skills. She spends most of her time in the Kruger National Park and surrounds and has a passion for sharing her knowledge of its flora and fauna with young and old.