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Kruger National Park & Sabi Sands Safaris

Along with adjoining private reserves such as the Sabi Sands, the Kruger National Park offers some of the best game viewing to be had on a safari holiday as this huge expanse contains diverse landscapes and a fascinating diversity of wildlife.

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Overview

Together with neighbouring parks in Mozambique and Zimbabwe, the Kruger Nature Reserve and private reserves form part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, with a combined area the size of Portugal.

All of the 'big five' - lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino - are present, as well as dozens of species of plains game and several hundred different bird species.

Quite simply there are a few better places in Africa to enjoy the safari experience in style than on a luxury safari in South Africa.

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A Note on Price

South Africa’s USP is the sheer variety of experiences it offers (from food and drink to diving to safari), which makes it tricky to provide guide prices. A combination of Cape Town and the Winelands could cost around £2,000 per person, while upgrading to the best hotels and combining that with a luxury safari could add a few thousand to the bill.

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