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In the section, you will find some of our Guides' favourite Classic Big Five Kruger Safaris in South Africa. The itineraries follow the gold standard format of morning and evening Game Drives in open 4x4 Land Rovers, mixed with opportunities to walk in the bush or relax at a hide.

SOME CLASSIC BIG FIVE KRUGER SAFARIS hometop

Our Classic itineraries range freely throughout the Kruger region combining flora and fauna with natural wonders. These are Safaris in the traditional sense: a journey of exploration. They combine luxury with superb wildlife and bird sightings, wilderness, intense sensory encounters and magnificent landscapes.

They will inspire a taste of the continent to linger in your memory for a lifetime. These itineraries are designed to whet your appetite. We have plenty more to tempt you if you get in touch.

Of Kings and Beasts: five nights, $$$$$

Of Kings and Beasts

A luxurious Kruger Safari exploring the African wilderness in search of the Big Five. Discover the vast elephant ranges of the Timbavati, the former home of the last great bulls and still protecting a rich concentration of game. Stay in Kings Camp's beautiful, tastefully appointed suites.

Head for Sabi Sand and track the big cats made famous by National Geographic here. At Leopard Hills, Africa’s signature species abound and each day is different as you explore the bush in an open Landover. Leopards hunt. Lions roar at twilight. Overhead, majestic eagles keep watch. | read more

The Royal Indulgence: six nights, $$$$$

This Kruger Safari is unadulterated luxury. It combines nature's wild pulse with quiet and sophisticated colonial comfort; modern simplicity with elegance and style. The joys of a bygone era await you at Royal Malewane, accommodating you in colonial splendour.

Experience an exhilarating helicopter flip over the Blyde Canyon, whilst staying at the tranquil, secluded Timamoon Lodge. Hit big game country at Singita Boulders, an awe-inspiring serial winner of all the Safari awards | read more

The Royal Indulgence

Eye Over Kruger: six nights, $$$$

Eye Over Kruger Guided Luxury Safari itinerary

An active and mobile luxurious Guided Safari traversing the entire region and its highlights in an air conditioned vehicle. Get the widest array of perspectives of the Lowveld from the air (microlighting or hot air ballooning), on foot with a wonderful luxury Tented Walking Safari, on Game Drives, and from a spectacular Suite without walls overlooking the Luvuvhu River and Limpopo floodplains in the north | read more

THE K2C MEANDER: 7/8 nights, $$$$

Explore the highlights of the Lowveld in the lap of luxury. Enjoy Safaris through the contrasting centre and north of the Kruger. Explore the Blyde Canyon and Panorama Route. Add a night and visit the gardens of the famous Rain Queen, the unique Mojadji cycad forest, and soak up the culture and history of the people of this beautiful area.

Get in some luxury tented camping on a Big Five Walking Safari, before luxuriating at the gem of the north, The Outpost in the secret pleasures of the little-visited Makuleke region. | read more

Kruger2Canyons Meander

The Kruger Explorer: six nights, $$$$

The Kruger Explorer

Explore the extraordinary contrasts of the Kruger National Park, from the remote, unexplored gorges, baobab and fever tree forests of the north, to the game-rich plains of the southern plains.

Get the best of all worlds. Enjoy the wilderness around Pafuri Camp in the Makuleke Region. Explore the private Hoyo Hoyo concession in the central Kruger. Indulge in the luxury of the world renowned Sabi Sand at Lion Sands. | read more

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TESTIMONIAL Just wanted to say thanks from Becky and I for all the time and effort you put into organisation of our honeymoon - it was FANTASTIC!!!! The photo course was awesome (even better than I expected, an my expectations were high anyway), and I think Beck was very impressed with Pafuri Camp and the Outpost, plus the habitat and scenery up there was really cool, so am super happy that we went to that end of the park, too. We saw the entire Big 5 at three places - Klaserie, Timbavati and Rhino Post, and saw tons of other awesome stuff too, including cheetahs and a serval (can you tell I like the cats??) Overall, we were super-impressed with the Kruger and I am pretty sure that it won't be our last visit. Once again, thanks for helping make it a very special trip. Rob & Becky, Singapore