Jen Reviews – 100 Best Things to do in South Africa

Lion_Buffalo in Timbavati

Jen Reviews – 100 Best Things to do in South Africa

Jen Reviews

100 Best Things to do in South Africa

Part 1 of Jen Reviews  Make sure to follow the next part of 100 best things to do in South Africa by Jen. The selection is done by Jen and not everybody will agree that these are the 100 best things to do in South Africa since  we all have different favorites.

Breath-taking sunsets, an incredible amount of beautiful and diverse wildlife, unspoilt and rugged scenery! These are just a few words to describe South Africa. If you are craving adventure, diversity and excitement, then this ultimate list of the top 100 things to do in South Africa is for you!

Jen Reviews South Africa

  1. The Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park is definitely number one on my list of the best things to do in South Africa. Boasting an immense amount of wildlife, you will be able to see all of the big 5; Lions, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant and Rhino. You can enjoy amazing safaris in the park, and will be able to see all these majestic wild animals in their natural habitat. You will be able to enjoy half day or full day game drives with an experienced guide.

jen reviews Kruger-Park

Safari Destinations input:

Kruger National Park stretch across Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces.  Kruger National Park is one of the largest National Parks in the world with an area of over 20000 square kilometres.  Very popular is the Greater Kruger National Park which is made up of the private nature reserves bordering the Kruger National Park with un-fenced borders and free movement of animals across the different reserves.    The advantage of the Greater Kruger National Park and the private concessions inside the Kruger park is that it offers a less crowded safari experience and hands on true Africa feel.   The unfenced borders allows animals to move freely and visitors can experience quality game viewing of a huge variety of animals.  Safari Destinations offers private safari lodge accommodate as well as options to do day trips into the park, giving the visitor the best of both worlds.  Both the kruger Park and the Greater Kruger Park offers game viewing in open safari vehicles with morning and evening game drives as well as walking safaris.   Examples of lodges within the Greater Kruger National Park for instance the Timbavati reserve would be; Simbavati River Lodge, Simbavati Hilltop, Kings Camp, Kambaku River Sands, and in Sabi Sand Reserve for instance Inyati game lodge, Cheetah Plains, Ngala, Arathusa, Dulini leadwood, Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge and many others.

Safari Destinations recommend the Greater Kruger Park as a more exclusive experience with luxury lodges or small intimate bush camps, quality service and more luxurious than the standard Kruger park accommodation which consist of self catering bungalows, tents or camping.  We also offer a selection of private luxury lodges in private concession areas inside the Kruger Park.  To name a couple Imbali, Hoyo Hoyo, Jock Safari Lodge, Hamiltons, The Outpost )

Next part of Jen Reviews South Africa will cover Table Mountain, Cape Town

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