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Spend two nights in South Africa’s famous Kruger National Park on this 3-day safari tour from Johannesburg. Go out on three open-vehicle game drives with expert guides to look for Africa’s ‘Big Five.’ Enjoy luxurious lodging at one of four possible options — Imbali Safari Lodge, Hamiltons Tented Camp, Hoyo-Hoyo Tsonga Lodge located in the park or or the Makalali Private Game Reserve which is outside. Indulge in fantastic food. Watch for wildlife near the lodges.

Highlights

  • 3-day Kruger National Park tour with luxury accommodation
  • Spend two nights at Imbali Safari Lodge, Hamiltons Tented Camp, Hoyo-Hoyo Tsonga Lodge located in the park or or the Makalali Private Game Reserve which is outside
  • Enjoy three Big Five game drives in Kruger National Park with an expert safari guide
  • See wild animals like lions, elephants and zebras flourishing in their natural environment
  • Round-trip transport from Johannesburg included

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What You Can Expect

3-Day Kruger National Park Luxury Safari from Johannesburg

3-Day Kruger National Park Luxury Tour from Johannesburg

Get out of Johannesburg for a 3-day safari trip, during which you’ll spend two nights at one of the following luxurious lodges, depending on availability - IImbali Safari Lodge, Hamiltons Tented Camp, Hoyo-Hoyo Tsonga Lodge located in the park or or the Makalali Private Game Reserve which is outside. All three potential lodges are inside South Africa’s enormous Kruger National Park except for the Makalali Private Game Reserve, which is located outside.

During your stay, enjoy three safari drives to look for the African ‘Big Five’ — lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and Cape buffaloes. Revive with sumptuous meals.

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Customer Reviews

JAMES S Canada

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

I completely enjoyed my stay at Kruger Park. The accommodations were excellent and the game drives did not disappoint. I highly recommend this tour.

James L

3 star rating: Worth doing June 2015

I have to give this visit a low score. First, the title is inaccurate. The accommodations were not in Kruger Park. Second, the transport to and from Johannesburg and lodge was definitely not luxurious. Makalali game reserve deserves four-plus stars. It is a small boutique lodge, with three camps each hosting maximum perhaps 12 guests with accommodating and courteous staff, great food, and knowledgeable safari guides. The game contributed their part too, and I saw many animals. I would call the accommodations not luxurious but something more along the lines of refined but rustic. A toilet in a room with no heat when the outside temperature is five degrees is not my definition of luxury. Still, on the whole, an excellent stay. My biggest complaint was the lengthy, uncomfortable and tiring five-plus hour ride from Johannesburg to the lodge and the return. In sum, four-plus stars for Makilali lodge and its services but one to one plus stars for the tour organizers because of the misleading title and the lengthy and uncomfortable trips.

William S

3 star rating: Worth doing March 2014

Unfortunately Kruger was washed out and we didn't get the whole experience we had hoped for. We were placed at Drifters Lodge in lieu of Hoyo Hoyo Lodge. Drifters was okay but not what we had paid for as we had paid for luxury accommodation and we were disappointed. The staff were all fine and we had an okay time but really feel we missed out with the numbers of animals we saw. We had been to Pumba private reserve and saw so many animals but thought Kruger would be even better. We saw a few at Drifters but not in the numbers we had expected as per discussions with friends who had been to Kruger previously. We realise there wasn't a lot that could be done because of the floods but when you are on holiday that really isn't any consolation as we may never get back that way again.

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