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The Greater Kruger
The untamed wilderness stirs deep emotions
Visitors experience meaningful and often life-changing encounters with wildlife replacing bustling city life with the tranquil sounds and splendour of untamed nature. Time slows down as your body adjusts to the natural rhythms of the African bush. The Greater Kruger refers to the Kruger National Park itself as well as the private game reserves on its Western border such as the Sabi Sand, Timbavati, Manyeleti and Thornybush Private Game Reserve.
The Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in South Africa and one of the world’s biggest wildlife sanctuaries. Approximately the same size as Israel or Wales, it covers some 19,485 square kilometres offering a rich diversity of ecosystems that support over 145 mammal species including Lions, Leopards, Buffalos, Elephants and Black Rhinos that make up Africa’s Big 5 and over 500 bird species.
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Game Drives – witness Africa’s abundant wildlife on twice daily game drives with the most qualified guiding team in Africa.
Bush Walks & Walking Trails – activate all your senses on a guided Bush Walk and discover a world in which each rustle, scent and broken twig has a story to tell.
Helicopter Patrol Flight – viewing the reserve from above offers a unique perspective on the landscape and what it takes to keep the wildlife safe.
Sigagule Crèche – a visit to the local community is inspiring, humbling and educational. A fantastic initiative which forms part of The Royal Portfolio Foundation.