Our society is currently undergoing the fourth industrial revolution, in which everything has been digitized and is now at our disposal. Our reliance on modern technology has caused us to become detached from the natural world. Hence, it is important to get away from the hustle and bustle of the modern world and spend some time in the great outdoors to recharge your batteries. And what better place to accomplish it than in one of the nature reserves that is considered to be the largest in the world? The incredible and mind-boggling beauty that may be found in Kruger National Park cannot be overstated. Not only is it the greatest natural reserve in the world and the third largest nature reserve in the world, but it is also home to the renowned BIG FIVE.
Africa Moja Tours is distinguished as a top choice Tour Operator among the numerous safari companies that serve Kruger National Park. Our passion for welcoming tourists from all walks of the world makes us the best touring company to work with. There are four different safaris offered, lasting from two to three days, with affordable Kruger Safari Packages that will give you an opportunity to see the BIG 5 up and close. We guarantee you will have a fantastic time on any of the Kruger National Park safaris you choose to book with us.
The massiveness of Kruger National Park makes it possible to see all the animals, including the Big five, in one day on an open safari vehicle. To give you an idea of its size, Kruger National Park stretches for around 360 kilometres in length and 65 kilometres across at its broadest point. Because of the large expanse of the park, Kruger provides access through 9 different gates. It is 220 miles (360 km) long and reaches a width of 56 miles (90 km). Kruger National Park Day Safari with Africa Moja gives you an exceptional full-day guided safari in an open vehicle in the heart of the greatest national park in Africa. This Safari offers you highlights of a safari in Kruger national park in one day.
Every Africa Moja Safari begin at the famous Paul Kruger gate. Both the gate and the Park were named after the former president of the Transvaal. Paul Kruger. The Kruger National Park was established in 1898. This was a result of the need to protect the lowveld animals that lived in that area. It was between the Sabie and Crocodile Rivers, which were also restricted for hunting. It was named the Sabie Game Reserve and later renamed the Kruger National Park. In the 1950s and 1960s, South African conservationists and forward-thinking people were the first to start wilderness trails like the ones Dr. Player made and walking safaris. This helped create the Kruger National Park that we know and love. Today, the Kruger National Park is South Africa’s largest conservation area covering an expanse of 19 455 km2, with 254 well-known heritage sites. A Safari in Kruger National Park can be whatever you want. At Africa Moja tours we provide travellers with the ability to tailor their own Kruger Safari. So, our Kruger Safari packages are designed specifically for unique interests.
The Kruger National Day Safari is rewarding However, spending at least one night in the park is advised. Africa Moja also offers a Kruger 2 Days Safari from Johannesburg to Kruger National Park. Kruger national park covers 2 expansive million hectares of land that stretches from north to south along the Mozambique border. Mozambique is to the east, and the Lebombo Mountains separate the country from it. Now imagine how much of the park you could see and experience in two days. The massive space allows multiple safaris without repeating routes.
Kruger National Park is home to 147 000 species of mammals, approximately 500 species of birds, 118 000 species of reptiles, 35 species of amphibians, and nearly 30 species of fish. The Kruger National Park 2 Days Safari offers a good chance of spotting the “big five” among the 147 000 species of mammals, approximately 500 species of birds, 118 000 species of reptiles, 35 species of amphibians, and nearly 30 species of fish. Especially during a breath-taking afternoon game drive, when animals become more active as the sun sets, you are likely to see not only the majestic Big Five, but also the lesser animals. Kruger National Park has the best wildlife nature can offer
Kruger Park does not only host the Famous Big Five but also hosts the small five the small 5 of the Kruger National Park might be small but it sure has made an impact in the great wildness. The Small 5 of Kruger National Park Safari. These tiny creatures named after their Big 5 predecessors are truly a sight to behold when looked upon. Named after their bigger counterparts these animals include the Elephant Shrew, the Leopard Tortoise, the Ant Lion, the Rhino Beetle, and the Buffalo Weaver. Kruger National Park has so much to offer that one or two days might not be enough to give you the full experience.
The little 5 or Small 5 are nothing short of cute and non-threatening compared to their larger This animal is nothing short of adorable with its mousy body and a long nose that resembles an elephant trunk a feature which contributes to its name. Said to be measured just above 25 cm including its exceptionally long tail which is longer than its body and head combined this tiny creature is said to be extremely hard to spot but when spotted quite a sight. This fast and agile animal can be found in areas with rocky outcrops that provide crevices for them to hide in. A cute animal waiting for you out in the wilderness. To get the full experience of what Kruger Safari has to offer and get to spot even the smallest five you need enough time in the park. Book your Kruger 3 Days Safari. We are committed to providing unforgettable Kruger Park Safari and open vehicle game drive to the Kruger National Park, ensuring that your African safari holiday to the Kruger National Park is a memorable one! Our safaris are led by our trusted professional and experienced guides because we know that expert rangers give you the best chance to spot the Big Five and other amazing wildlife.
In addition, Kruger is home to various bird species that are more abundant there than anywhere else in South Africa. This group includes the Martial Eagle, the Kori Bustard, the South American Hornbill, and the Batelier. People often go to Kruger National Park to watch birds, so there are a lot of great places to try to fill in your bird-watching checklist. These include the rest camps run by the park and the overlooks at the park’s many water holes and dams. There are 6 types of vultures in the park, but the Lappet-faced Vulture, Hooded Vulture, and White-backed Vulture are the ones most often seen. In the summer, people who like to watch birds will often see Wahlberg’s Eagles flying above them
Several prominent rivers, including the Letaba, Limpopo, Sabie, and Umgwenya (Crocodile) Rivers, run directly through the National park. Mostly flatlands are broken up by the occasional outcropping of the Lebombo Mountains, which stretch north to south along Mozambique’s northern border. The park’s lowest point is at the Sabie Gorge, and its highest point is at Khandiwe near Malelane, both to the south. The park’s terrain is 440 meters above sea level. the Sabie River, or Sand River, rises in the Drakensberg Mountains and flows through the province of Mpumalanga before reaching the private reserves of the Sabie Sand where the river provides some spectacular sightings of wildlife.
It then flows on through the Kruger Park, past the Skukuza and Lowie Sabie rest camps, providing some of the Kruger Parks best game viewing. As with the Crocodile River, the Sabie joins the Komati River en route to the Indian Ocean.
Hippopotamuses occupy almost all the rivers and larger pools that remain wet throughout the entire year. Leopards, lions, cheetahs, and wild dogs are just some of the large carnivores that roam the game reserve, and they tend to gather wherever there are lots of other animals. Black-backed jackals are more numerous than Side-striped jackals in the area, but both species can be found there. On the broad plains to the north of the Letaba River, you can spot a bat-eared fox. On one of the games drives in 2 days one night Kruger national park
Nile crocodiles are often seen in the perennial rivers and on the periphery of large pools and dams. Book your Kruger 2 Days Safari with Africa Moja tours for an opportunity to see the small heads and backs of several different Terrapin species, such as Marsh and Black-bellied Hinged Terrapins, popping up occasionally in the water. Black Mambas, Mozambique Spitting Cobras, Snouted Cobras, Puff Adders, and Boomslangs are the most dangerous of the fifty-one snake species to humans (Tree Snakes).
Skukuza is one of the 12 rest camps that are in Kruger National Park. It is situated on the southern banks of the Sabie River. The camp is well foliaged and there are some lofty trees along the river’s edge. Activities and facilities are diverse, as are the animals and plants found both within the camp and in the surrounding areas. On our Kruger 2 Days Safari, you will get to have lunch at Skukuza, which is the largest camp in Kruger National Park. Activities and facilities are diverse, as are the animals and plants found both within the camp and in the surrounding areas.
You may dine on the finest cuisine at one of the many restaurants Skukuza has to offer. On the shores of the Sabie River with beautiful fauna and flora in the background. While you watch the sun set behind the majestic African highlands, this is the time when you get to watch the sky change colour, with the blue of day turning to the reds and golds of dusk, finally giving way to a black sky filled with millions of twinkling stars, which just cannot be seen in an urban environment. This is an experience that no photograph can do justice to. Book a Kruger 2 Day Safari now with Africa Moja Tours and come experience one of the most calm and majestic moments you’ll have in your life.
Mornings in the bushveld of Kruger National Park are especially brisk and refreshing, with the dew sparkling in the sunlight. As the sky brightens and the sun rises above the horizon, the day starts to warm up. The bushveld erupts in a symphony of birdcalls as the birds begin communicating with one another. Nothing brings you more in touch with this sensation than a morning drive in an open vehicle. Some knowledgeable bush goers and Safari lovers may have their own favourite game-viewing times and firm opinions on when is the best time to be out in the bushveld, but the reality is that each outing at Kruger National Park holds its own magic and the promise of unbelievable sights and sounds.
The Kruger Morning Safari is one highly recommended Safari. On cold winter mornings there are welcome blankets and hot water bottles to keep everyone warm, comfortable and happy to be out of bed. Morning safari in Kruger offers the perfect chance to witness animals returning from hunting missions and hyenas completing their scavenging duties. There is a chance of spotting a fresh kill that was made during the night. Hyenas, vultures and jackals are never far away from a fresh kill, and they always provide fascinating viewing of Zebras, giraffes, wildebeests, and a wide range of antelopes appear, refreshed after having survived another day.
As the morning progresses, the bushveld comes to life. Warthogs hunting for food are always fascinating; baboons and monkeys yell and call; and elephants wander calmly through the jungle, always feeding. These and other nocturnal wildlife, including as cheetahs, rhinos, and buffalo, are best viewed during the day since rangers and trackers are careful not to flashlight into their eyes at night, which could harm their vision.
Kruger National Park also hosts Nyala, one of the marvellous curled horned elands, stunning creatures. The open grassland in Kruger makes it comfortable for Nyala to live. It feeds by both grazing and browsing and will readily feed on leaves, fruit, and flowers. This variety in their diet is one of the factors ensuring their successful survival. Nyala is active in the early morning and the late afternoon; you can be lucky enough to catch it in both the morning drive and the afternoon drive. Nyala can also be easily tracked at Kruger’s water holes. Although they reproduce all year long, mating is most active in the fall and spring. After a 220-day gestation, a single calf is born. It is common to have twins. Between 14 and 18 months, cows have their first conception. There are 297 days on average between births. Bulls use dominance behaviour to decide whether or not to mate. The fact that the young guys resemble females is fascinating. The young males are supposed to be hidden by this, shielding them from the dominant bulls’ envious gaze. As a result, the herd’s protection allows the young males to mature calmly. As a consequence of translocation, nyalas can now be found in a variety of game reserves and private farms spread across the entirety of South Africa. The Kruger National Park is home to the largest population of them.
The Kruger is also home to the critically endangered black rhino. The black rhinoceros, sometimes known as the hook-lipped rhino, is one of two rhinoceros’ species native to Africa (the other being the white rhino). It’s typically shown as black, but its actual colour ranges from brown to grey; it weighs between 1800 and 200 kg. Trees and herbs make up the bulk of their diet, but when food is scarce, they will switch to grass. They would catch branches and twigs in their snagged upper lip, move them into their mouths, and then shear them off with their molars before chewing on them. The cautious, mysterious black rhino feeds between nightfall and dawn, staying within a very narrow geographical region where there is enough vegetation and water. Because black rhinos have limited eyesight, they rely on their excellent sense of smell and hearing to navigate, seek appetizing leaves, and detect the scent trail of other black rhinos.
The Kruger National Park is in a relatively warm environment, and when it rains, it can be heavy, particularly during the summer season. Therefore, region often or mild temperatures for most of the winter. Kruger is in the Mpumalanga Province in South Africa. During the day, temperatures can reach 30 degrees Celsius, which is warm. The heat and rain may put some people off camping, but true camping enthusiasts won’t let that stop them. While the summer months may have more lush flora, the dry winter months are ideal for viewing African animals in Kruger National Park. Winter days are nice, but nights can get quite cold, so if you’re going on an afternoon or night game drive, make sure to bring something warm. Moreover, in the bushveld it is more open, allowing for better visibility. Since the drought began, grass has laid low, plants and trees have lost most of their leaves, and animals have flocked to water sources such as water holes, dams, and rivers, where visitors are likely to spot wildlife in the morning and evening as they come for a drink of water.