3 Day Kruger National Park Camping Safari
Begin your African Safari experience with a sunset game drive led by Kruger National Park Rangers in the world renowned Reserve. Followed it up with a full day in the park with two small group open game vehicle drives conducted by your experienced safari guide. With 2 nights staying at Skukuza Restcamp inside the Kruger National Park in walk-in safari tents. Each tent has real beds, fridge, fan, insect proof windows and a small veranda. This Kruger Park Safari offers a weath of game-viewing opportunities in a short space of time. With daily departure from Johannesburg and transfers included.
Safari At A Glance
Day 1: Gauteng – Kruger ParkYou will be collected from your Johannesburg accommodation, between 06:30 and 08:00, and will be transported in an air-conditioned minibus to the scenic Lowveld area. Stopping en-route for lunch (own expense) and reaching Kruger National Park's Skukuza restcamp in the afternoon.
After settling in, you will head out on your first game drive; a sunset drive with a Kruger Park rangers. This drive may be shared with other guests at the restcamp. Sunset drives offer an opportunity to view diurnal and nocturnal wildlife which may not be sighted on day drives.
Dinner is a three course meal, served
al fresco at our private camp within Skukuza.
Accommodation is in fixed safari tents with beds, linen, towels & soap. Ablutions are shared and serviced very regularly. These tents have a small fridge, a fan and mosquito proofing on the doors & windows.
The tents are in Skukuza Restcamp, the largest of the Kruger National Parks camps. We have our own private camp with Skukuza accessible only to our clients. This is where we you will enjoy your chef prepared meals and can relax around the campfire in the evening.
All of our guests have acces to the full facilities of the Skukuza Restcamp including the swimming pools.
Day 2: Full day in the ParkAn early morning game drive starts day 2 of your African safari adventure, after tea or coffee of course. Your guide will use their intimate knowledge of the park and extensive wildlife experience to enhance your wildlife sightings!
On returning to Skukuza, breakfast/brunch will be ready at our camp. You then have time to enjoy a swim, visit the Stevenson memorial library, enjoy a camp walk or a snooze during the heat of the day.
Then a second game drive with your guide, again in specially adapted 4x4 open game drive vehicles to allow our guests the best possible vantage point.
In the evening we share safari stories
at the camp fire under the stars after a scrumptious dinner
served at our camp.
Day 3: Kruger – Gauteng
Today is your choice: one last game drive in an open vehicle OR the Mpumalanga panoramic route.
Option 1 is a final game drive in search of
any animals which have eluded us so far. them breakfast back
at camp before beginning the journey back to Johannesburg. The
drive back takes at least 6 hours and guests are advised to
sleep over in Johannesburg on this night.
Kruger National ParkKruger National Park is one of Africa's wildlife reserves. Parts of the park became protected areas in 1898, and it became South Africa's first National park in 1926. Now the park encompasses over 19,000 square kilometres with ecosystems ranging from woodland, to savanna to arid. Kruger has the widest diversity of any African game reserve and has 147 species of mammal, 114 reptiles, 33 amphibians, 50 fish and up 517 species of bird, 253 of which are resident to the park. The park also has archaeological sites ans areas of special scientific importance within it's borders.
• Transport for the duration of your safari
• Pick up and drop off in Johannesburg/Pretoria
• Professional drivers/guides (FGASA registered – Field Guides Association of Southern Africa)
• Meals as specified per itinerary
• All day drives in the Kruger National Park in an open game drive vehicle
• SAN PARKS sunset drive (All Kruger Safari guests over 6 years of age)
• All entry fees and daily conservation levies
• Accommodation as per chosen option
• Spacious cottage tent equipped with beds, mattresses, sleeping bags & pillows for all Camping guests (Skukuza only)
• Bottled mineral water during the day in the Kruger National Park
• Wine with dinner in the Kruger National Park
• Select Panorama Route attractions, should you chose to join this excursion.
• Meals not specified in itinerary
• Guests are welcome to bring their own drinks to dinner, which can be purchased at the Park’s shop
• Towels & amenities for Camping guests
• Items of a personal nature
•Children are Welcome
• Children under 6 are only permitted on closed vehicle drives
•Children under 12 are permitted on game walks, an alternative activity can be arranged.
Classic Kruger National Park Safari Camp Reviews
14 August 2013
I highly recommend using Outlook as a great way of experiencing Kruger. You maximize your experience as you do not have to be concerned with details of eating and rooming let alone getting around the area to view animals. I stayed in a bungalow which was basic but very adequate. I found all Outlook staff to be excellent, excelling in everything including food and guides. The guides were extremely knowledgeable, eager to share information about the various animals we saw. Shared information added to the experience in a way I could have not appreciated if I were alone, trying to find my way around. The food was outstanding, my vegetarian diet not a problem for the chef. The drivers are prompt, efficient and patient. The passion the Outlook staff has for their work is very evident, making the overall experience exceptional. I wound not hesitate to use them again.
Orange County, USA
28 June 2013
We spent 3 nights in Skukuza Rest Camp in the Kruger National Park. Outlook arranged everything. It all worked like clockwork, from collecting us from our Jo'burg hotel to the amazing panoramic tour on the way back. Their chef prepared some excellent meals and we enjoyed the company of our fellow travellers. Our guide (Debbie) was exceptional. Not only was she very knowledgeable but she was very friendly and helpful too. We were glad that we didn't try to tour the park on our own. We would have missed so much.