Kruger National Park Activities

The Sudwala caves regarded as the oldest known caves in the world but the caves rest in Pre-cambrian dolomite rocks that are also amongst the second oldest known sedimentary rocks on Earth. At the base of a gigantic cliff face close to the caves, is the Sudwala rainforest, the recipient of gentle trickles of water over the cliff face. The Sudwala series of caves are dominated by a roughly circular chamber, 70 metres in diameter with a height of 37 metres. The caves are well-illuminated with fresh air flowing throughout. A tour through the Sudwala Caves is a great way to experience something unique and learn about amazing rock formations such as stalactites, stalagmites and flow-stones. You can aslo do the crystal tour,  visit the Sudwala Dinosaur Park and the Garra Rufa Fish Spa.

Pilgrim's Rest is situated on the magnificent panorama route on the eastern Escarpment region of the Mpumalanga province of South Africa. The entire town of Pilgrim’s rest has been declared a national monument. Here, visitors can relive the days of the old Transvaal gold rush.You will visit exciting curio and craft shops to fascinating historical sights. Interesting historical sites include old church buildings, namely Sacred Heart Church, St Mary's Church, Methodist Church and Dutch Reformed Church, Dredzen Shop and House Museum, Historic Cemetery, Joubert Bridge, Digging Museum & Gold Panning and the Printing Museum

Visit some of Mpumalanga's most spectacular scenery including Blyde River Canyon, the Three Rondavals, God's Window, Wonderview and Bourke's Luck Potholes .The tour would not be complete without viewing the spectacular Lison Falls. Blyde River Canyon is one of South Africa's scenic wonders and is the only true canyon in South Africa. The Reserve is home to wildlife, some species of which are rare, such as the Taita Falcon found in only a few haunts in the world. It is also home to a variety of plants from orchids to lilies and tree ferns to cycads and has the highest plant diversity within Mpumalanga. The Three Rondavels, across the Blyde Canyon and at the end of the Panorama Route in Mpumalanga, are huge triplet rock spirals rising out of the far wall of the canyon Wonder View is the highest viewpoint on the Panorama Route escarpment in Mpumalanga accessible to the motorist. Bourke's Luck Potholes was dubbed nature's wishing well and is at the confluence of the Blyde and Treur rivers. At 92m the Lisbon Falls are the highest waterfall in the area as the Lisbon river cascades over the sheer cliff in a double stream and over a semi-circular rock face.

During the elephant-back safari, guests are seated on comfortable canvas-covered saddles positioned behind an experienced elephant hander. From this vantage point, they are able to view game from close proximity as the elephants move silently and in single file through the bush. The unique and memorable experience of interacting with Africa’s gentle giants will be savoured long after guests alight from the patiently kneeling elephants. Depart early morning and fly direct to Kapama where you will land next to the watering hole of the elephants. Board the elephants approximately as the sun is rising and after your safari, enjoy champagne and fruit juice and fruit.

Depart from a Heli pad in Hazyview. This is an exhilarating flight that swoops over deep and mysterious gorges, through lush valleys bursting with vegetation and colour. The Jetranger will linger above roaring rivers and cascading waterfalls, allowing for spectacular photographic opportunities. The flight continues along the escarpment to God's Window, which offers awesome panoramic views of the bushveld below and on to the fascinating and dramatic rock formations of the Blyde River Canyon (the third deepest Canyon in the World). You will have a bird's eye view of the Three Rondavels and Bourke's Luck Potholes.

Depart from a Heli pad in Hazyview. This is an exhilarating flight that swoops over deep and mysterious gorges, through lush valleys bursting with vegetation and colour. The Jetranger will linger above roaring rivers and cascading waterfalls, allowing for spectacular photographic opportunities. The flight continues along the escarpment to God's Window, which offers awesome panoramic views of the bushveld below and on to the fascinating and dramatic rock formations of the Blyde River Canyon (the third deepest Canyon in the World). You will have a bird's eye view of the Three Rondavels and Bourke's Luck Potholes.

One look down and you'll see why. The panoramic view of the Lowveld (and in the distance the Kruger National Park and Mozambique almost 100km away) more than 900m down into indigenous forest clad ravine. With magnificent views, canyons, rock formations and waterfalls, God's Window is truly an area of breathtaking scenic splendour. It is no wonder that Mpumalanga is known as Paradise Country.


The safari is led by a qualified professional and personable guide who will entertain and enthrall you with their knowledge of the bush and its inhabitants. Open Vehicle Safaris in a Land Rover are a true ‘Out of Africa’ experience with an elevated view of wildlife and individual seats to ensure guest comfort.  Mineral water and fruit juice are available whilst on the vehicle. you’ll enter Kruger through the southern section, where elephant, buffalo herds, lion, rhino and a variety of general game including giraffe, zebra and various antelope species are often seen.