THere is so much to see and we will do our best to make sure that you don't miss a thing by assigning you your own personal ranger. Your ranger will take responsibility for sharing their knowledge of the bushveld and slowly unveiling the mysteries of the wild.

For many it is aboout sighting the “Big Five” and we are pleased to say that the Kruger National Park has more than its fair share of these, with an estimated 1,700 lion, 15,000 elephants, 25,000 buffalo and 1,000 leopards. Stats on rhinoceros are kept a secret due to the problems with poaching.

But the Big Five aside there is plenty more to see. For instance we will show you Jackalberry trees that are older than written history. Your ranger will point out the myriad of insects, birds, mammals and reptiles that exist in this leafy ecosystem. The sheer wonder of Mother Nature at work in this microcosm makes one eager to experience and understand more and to experience untouched paradise in its pure form.

The vast expanse of this wild land slows one down and with this inner peace comes an ability to really incite the senses.