Our value-for-money Kruger lodges provide affordable ways to visit the Kruger for their accommodation class. They range from super keenly priced luxury Kruger accommodation to some lodges that we feel punch above their weight in terms of location, activities or creature comforts for the rates we can offer to you. The piggy bank symbol indicates lodges offering bargain Kruger safaris within all of our price ranges.
Chacma Bush Camp
Chacma is a tiny traditional thatched camp offering 3 family friendly chalets in diverse, rugged Balule landscape. With the Olifants river running through the reserve close by, elephants are omnipresent and Big Five are excellent. There are plenty of secret viewpoints and sundowner spots.
MalaMala Main Camp
The largest, lowest priced MalaMala destination, Main Camp preserves the luxury (his-&-her bathrooms) at a beautiful historic riverside location with waterhole. There is a maximum of 6 guests on game drives. Big Five are excellent, as is the Kids' Programme. Photographic vehicles are an available extra.
Blyde Wilderness River Lodge
Blyde Wilderness Lodge is a peaceful riverbank bed-and-breakfast lodge offering a family welcome and a tranquil retreat, particularly after time on the hot, dusty Kruger roads. There are two pools set in beautiful gardens with general game including resident hippos and crocs. Massage is available
Simbavati Photo Safari
Set departures from Simbavati River Lodge with a professional wildlife photographer and specialist low-sided vehicle with four swivel seats and camera mounts. Inclusive 4 day package including pre- and post-drive briefings & instruction. Kit and vehicle also available for hire
Kapama River Lodge
River Lodge offers the largest private bush accommodation in the Lowveld, with appropriately sized views of the Drakensberg mountains. On a private fenced reserve, it is fully featured with an excellent spa, offering good value and a quick way to see the Big Five when time is limited.
Wait-a-Little Horseback Trails
Three multi-night horseback trails varying in range and comfort are offered in 35,000 hectares below the Blyde Canyon and its escarpment. Suited to experienced riders, small groups of well-schooled horses are able to approach the Big Five under the supervision of armed guides.