Kruger is one of the most reliable places to see the elusive Leopard. This tour comines all the best birds and mammals in one of the finest National Parks in the world followed by idyllic mountain scenery.

The immense 20,000 km² Kruger National Park has within it an amazing mix of habitats and offers some of the best opportunities to see such a diverse range of African fauna. The dry season is one of the best for all of the key mammal species here including some of the more elusive such as Leopard, Caracal, Serval and Wild Dog. Multiple river systems are extremely fruitful in with resident hippos and crocodiles and following re-introduction fifty years ago Kruger now has an impressive population of White Rhinos. In addition, even without visiting migrants, the range of birds is equally large and includes many which are found only on the eastern side of Southern Africa including Crowned Eagle, Pel’s Fishing Owl, Saddle-billed and Open-billed Storks, Grey-headed Bush-Shrike, Black-collared Barbet, Black-headed Oriole and Purple-crowned Turaco. Our tour will be unhurried, exploring Kruger from north to south, deliberately taking time and thoroughly enjoying the best parts. We will conclude our holiday with two nights in a beautiful hotel Mount Sheba, set in the scenic splendour of the northern Drakensberg Mountains. Here, a whole range of forest bird species such as White-starred Robin, Black Cuckoo-shrike and Knysna Turaco can be seen.

Contact The Ultimate Travel Company 0207 386 4682 to make a reservation.

Due to the uncertainty surrounding all aspects of travel in 2020 there is a significant risk we may need to postpone this tour and we have taken the precaution to arrange alternative dates in 2021 which will be 16 - 31 October. No final decision will take place until 13 July 2020 so for those booked on this tour please continue to hold both sets of dates until we are able to advise you accordingly.
3 - 18 OCTOBER
16 days (15 nights)

Economy class flights, accommodation with private facilities, full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner), transport, guides, tips and services of Wild Insights leaders.

Travel insurance and items of a personal nature such as drinks, laundry and phone calls.

The route follows the Kruger National Park from north to south, with a final two nights at Mount Sheba, in the highveld.



Louisa Thompson 0207 3864682