Grand Kruger Lodge is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of Mother Nature in all her splendor during a South Africa safari. Lounge around at the pool and sip cocktails while the warm African sun shines down on you.
In the evening, enjoy spectacular African cuisine alfresco around a welcoming bush fire and listen to the nocturnal world of the bush come alive.
Grand Kruger Lodge provides you with the best game viewing experience imaginable during a South Africa safari, with day or night game drives in open game viewing vehicles or luxury, air conditioned vehicles.
These game drives are conducted by expert guides who are happy to share their knowledge and love of the wild with you. These game drives afford the opportunity of viewing the spectacular Big Five, as well as the full spectrum of flora and fauna that make the Kruger Park their home.
Experience an early morning walk (4 hours) in the Kruger National Park in the company of a qualified game ranger or a guided walk (90 mins) in Marloth Park during the early morning or the late afternoon hours.
Speciality Safaris include horseback safaris and quad bike safaris.
Encounter Elephant at close range and interact with them. Walk with the elephants through the bush to a dam where you can watch them frolic and feed. This is a great way to get some photos of the Elephant feeding and interacting.
Witness the magnificence of the Blyde River Canyon, God's Window and Bourke's Luck Potholes. Along the escarpment you are afforded numerous photo opportunities of cascading waterfalls, including the Bridal Veil, Mac Mac and Berlin waterfalls.
The trip to Swaziland is an 8 hour trek through the Drakensberg Mountains, followed by visits to local curio shops for a unique African shopping experience. You also visit the newly built dam at Pick-Peak. The wall has no cement and is clay packed. Finally, you visit the Swazi candle factory where candles are made by hand.
Explore Maputo and discover the relics of the Portuguese colony, as well as the day to day lives of the locals during an exciting day trip to Mozambique. This trip is approximately 8 hours and includes a lunch on the sea front.