Kruger National Park

Where nearly 2 million hectares of unrivaled diversity of life forms fuses with historical and archaeological sights - this is real Africa.

Game Drives
Embark on a guided Full Day Kruger Safari in the Southern and central part of the Kruger National Park. Track the Big Five and spot a profusion of birds and an abundance of mammals. Morning, Sunset, and Night Drives are available.
Hop in and ride
Hop in and ride - it's as simple as that! Guests at Kruger now have the opportunity to make use of the "Park and Ride Scheme" where you can get to see the Big 5 and contribute to local empowerment.
Night Drives
Take part in the nocturnal activities of Kruger's secretive creatures. Experienced guides drive the groups. Inquire at the reservation’s offices or at the camp you are staying in, about going on this drive. The sunset drive lasts at least 3 hours.
Guided Walks
Daily early morning and afternoon guided walks are available from most camps.

Up to eight guests are taken to interesting places in the surrounding wilderness areas adjacent to most of the camps. The walk itself is relaxed and experienced and armed guides use their knowledge of the bush to explain natural wonders.
Wilderness Trails
A small percentage of South Africa is classified as real wilderness areas. In the Kruger National Park, 49% of the surface area of about 2 million hectares is zoned as wilderness and it is in these areas that the KNP conducts wilderness trails.
Bush Braais
A game drive leads you to an open area filled with burning lanterns and fires where, whilst listening to the sounds of the bushveld and the distant animals calling, the food is grilled on open fires. A variety of game meat and sausage is on offer, together with delicious vegetables and a variety of salads. Freshly prepared desserts and coffee or tea complete a wonderful evening. A cash bar facility is also available.


Did you know that there are more waterfalls around the Sabie region in Mpumalanga than anywhere else in Southern Africa? We’re spoiled for choice in Mpumalanga with multiple waterfalls to choose from across the province. Each one is unique with differing falls, rock pools, and surrounds. If you book a trip to the province, you can be a waterfall chaser and use your time to enjoy the flowing water and stunning fauna and flora because of the wet ground.

Lone Creek
We’re spoiled for choice in Mpumalanga with multiple waterfalls to choose from across the province. Each one is unique with differing falls, rock pools, and surrounds. If you book a trip to the province, you can be a waterfall chaser and use your time to enjoy the flowing water and stunning fauna and flora because of the wet ground.
Bridal Veil
Bridal Veil Falls boasts a 70-metre drop, and visitors look on in awe and wonder as the power of water is seen in its rawest form. Still, the misty spray and elegant thundering are mysteriously and undeniably beautiful too. It is this contradiction that continues to lure people to the falls to be a part of their unadulterated majesty.
Exactly as its name suggests, these falls drop in the shape of a horseshoe – cascading on either side of a solid rock. The last stretch of road before you reach the falls is gravel, manageable in an ordinary sedan, but you will have to take it slow until you reach the ample parking area. There are two paths, which can get slippery in the rain, to view the falls; the second to a lookout below the falls.
Lisbon Falls
The Lisbon Falls is a must-see due to its sheer height of 94m, making it a dramatic drop and one of the highest in the Mpumalanga province. Situated outside of Graskop and Hazyview, it’s an easy visit whether you’re driving or flying. The area itself boasts wonderful birds, trees, and picnic areas for you to enjoy with friends or family.
Berlin Falls
Another of the highest falls in the Mpumalanga region, the Berlin Falls drop 80m into a round hollow that resembles a green color. Truly unique and exquisite, the best view you’ll get is off the platform above, where you can see the waterfall in all its glory. You’ll find these falls and the pools on the Panorama Route in Mpumalanga.
Mac Mac Pools
Likely one of the better-known waterfalls in South Africa, the Mac-Mac Falls are a visual spectacle. The beauty of Mac-Mac Falls is the twin falls that plunge around 70 m down into the gorge. You can find these falls on the way to Sabie, and enjoy the viewing platform that provides a more aerial view from above the gorge. Another stand-out feature of the Mac-Mac Falls is the multiple pools at the base, the perfect afternoon swimming location!

Panorama Route

One of the country's most scenic self-drives, the Panorama Route, explores the Mpumalanga highlands, or the northeastern section of the Great Escarpment of the Drakensberg. In these rugged mountains, the plateau comes to an abrupt and dramatic halt, falling steeply away into the Lowveld accompanied by incredible views out over the grasslands of Africa.

Blyde River Canyon
The Blyde River Canyon (now officially known as the Motlatse Canyon) is considered one of the largest canyons on Earth and may be the largest ‘green canyon’ - it has a particularly lush subtropical covering.
Graskop is a small forestry town perched on the edge of the Drakensberg escarpment, centrally situated in the Panorama tourist region of Mpumalanga, South Africa. Graskop is only a few minutes’ drive from several scenic wonders such as God's Window, Bourke's Luck Potholes, and the world renowned Blyde River Canyon and Three Rondawels, as well as spectacular waterfalls such as Lisbon Falls, Berlyn Falls and Mac Mac Falls.
Pilgrims Rest
The historic mining town of Pilgrim's Rest as well as the quaint forestry town of Sabie are a mere ½ hour's drive away, with the Lowveld and the Kruger National Park less than an hour’s drive to the east.
God's Window
Gods Window is so called for the panoramic view of the Lowveld more than 900 m down into a lush indigenous forest clad ravine. The majestic cliffs plunge over 700 meters to the Lowveld and the private game reserves which have made the area one of South Africa's main wildlife destinations. God's Window is a small part of a 250km long earthwork of sheer cliffs and extravagant beauty. One can observe the hills and forests as far as the eye can see. It seems as if one can see forever!
Graskop Gorge
The Graskop Gorge Lift Company is centrally located on the Panorama Route. While it is an ideal stopover point, it is also an end destination in its own right, with lots to do on-site and in the area. Most areas are wheelchair and pram friendly.
Bourkes Luck Potholes
If you can, begin your wander around Mpumalanga with Bourke's Luck Potholes, for they are without doubt incredible. Essentially, they're the result of decades of swirling eddies of water where the Treur River meets the Blyde River, the tumult of which has caused extensive water erosion over time. The result is a series of cylindrical rock sculptures that look as though they would be more comfortable on the moon.

Elephant Whispers

For those seeking an enjoyable meaningful experience, an elephant interaction at Elephant Whispers is a memorable and touching activity not to be missed. The mighty elephant is the world’s largest living land animal, the mere sight of these impressive tusked creatures inspires awe and respect.

Experience the unique way five African Elephants move silently through the bush. You will be Making regular elephant-feasting stops! You will get to enjoy the privilege of time spent with the elephants in their natural environment.
The natural wonders of Graskop are probably the most photographed and painted scenes in the world. Situated in the magnificent Mpumalanga Province, Graskop is ideally located in the heart of the tourism region and is the gateway to the Panorama Route.
Once you’re comfortable, professional elephant handlers will help you get onto the elephant’s back for a ride through the bush to see the world from their point of view. You’ll be able to get off at any time and walk during your elephant experience.
On arrival your hosts, the elephants extend a warm welcome. Experience the pleasure of interacting with these amazing creatures and learn about their important role as wildlife ambassadors for the African Elephant. Set off into the African bush for a midday elephant ramble with great photographic opportunities of the elephants in the bush and interacting with their Handlers. The privilege of dining with these large mammals will become a reality, as a light picnic is spread out before you, weather permitting, watch the elephants cavorting in the dam, and enjoying their mud bath. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine and your delicious meal in a peaceful setting, while the elephants whisper their secrets to the breeze in the trees around you.

Chimp Eden

Situated within the beautiful 1,000-hectare Umhloti Nature Reserve, 15 kilometers outside Nelspruit, the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) South Africa Chimpanzee Sanctuary is home to chimps that have been displaced from their natural habitats in Africa.

Chimpanzee Tour
Visitors have a unique opportunity to see chimpanzees in semi-wild enclosures. The chimps show normal social interaction and behavioral patterns despite their traumatic backgrounds as pets, entertainment animals and victims of the bushmeat trade. The enclosures also have viewpoints overlooking the forest and ‘foraging areas’ These areas provide the chimps with endless hours of fun, safe from human intervention and positively reinforce their natural behavior. Come and join us for a tour to meet humans’ closest relative, see their unique personalities and learn how we can all work together to save these animals from extinction!

Pumbaa Wildlife Park

Wildlife park situated 6 kilometers from Nelspruit sports a large collections of animals. From the jungle to the African plains.

Park Tours
Park tours are available daily.
Newly renovated restuarant and bar available to quench you thirst surround by the sounds of the wild.