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Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park, and its adjacent private reserves—including Sabi Sands and Manyeleti—are home to some of the best-known and exclusive safari lodges in the world, including places such as Singita, Londolozi, and Mala Mala. This area offers some of the best game viewing in all of southern Africa. What makes it so unique? Its size and age. The combined geography of Kruger National Park and the private reserves of Sabi Sands and Manyleti are an area the size of Wales and animals roam freely in the sprawling land.

The high-end, exclusive, and luxurious safari experiences that make the covers of well-known travel magazines can be found in the private reserves adjacent to Kruger National Park, such as the Sabi Sands, Manyeleti or the Timbavati. For the most part, there are no fences between the Sabi Sands, Manyleti, and Kruger National Park.

The private lodges within these private reserves offer those on their South African honeymoon safari and those on their South African family safari all the accommodations and luxuries needed. Many of these camps cater to guests with large, individual thatched chalets, private plunge pools, designer décor, fabulous food, private wine cellars, and spas. These camps also provide daily game drives in private, open-top vehicles with the services of a licensed guide.