About the KNP
The world-renowned Kruger National Park offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the best in Africa. It is one of the largest national parks in the world, covering an area of nearly 2 million hectares (19 455 km²) and extends 360 km from North to South and 65 km from East to West.
The Kruger National Park is home to an impressive number of species: 147 mammals, 507 birds, 114 reptiles, 34 amphibians, 49 fish and 336 trees. This is the land of boabobs, fever trees, knob thorns, marula and mopane and is home to the BIG 5.
Few guests pass its gates today without experiencing a true emotional tie to Mother Earth as it once was a true conservation showcase.
These days the Kruger National Park is not only a park of animals, but a park for the people, where visitors can find peace and tranquillity from the urban jungle that constitutes most of our busy lives.