The Kruger National Park, South Africa’s largest and most renowned game reserve, is an incredible wildlife wonderland.
Here are some tips to keep in mind when visiting the park:
- The park is located in a malaria area, so it’s best to visit your local health practitioner prior to travel for advice on malaria precaution.
- Guests can self-drive within the Kruger National Park. Plan your routing carefully and do not try to cover too great a distance as the park is immense and you would still need time to stop at wildlife sightings. Remain in your vehicle at all times unless in a designated area.
- A daily conservation fee is to be paid upon entrance.
- Bring your passport. As of 01 September 2017, all visitors are required to bring an identity document to be scanned for access into the park. A passport is required for all foreign tourists.
- Keep the strict gate times in mind.
- Have fun and appreciate nature!