Here’s why September is an exceptional time to visit the Kruger National Park, along with some recommended camps for an unforgettable experience.
This camp isn’t just a destination; it’s an opportunity to see the big 5 all in one morning, while still having time for a relaxing brunch on the Sabie River.
The Sabie River has the most leopards in Kruger, which is why you need to visit Lower Sabie Camp if you’ve never seen a leopard before.
You should only visit Satara Rest Camp if you want to see a lot of predators. As lions will roar you to sleep, and hyenas will wake you up in the morning.
Why visit Kruger’s closest rest camp to Johannesburg? Malelane Rest Camp is a camp where lions and leopards are being seen on a daily basis.