Kruger Park Wilderness Trails
Kruger Park wilderness trails allow adventurous visitors a close personal encounter with nature by traversing large areas of unspoiled wilderness on foot, under the guidance of armed and experienced trail rangers.

See details for bookings and itineraries of the Kruger Park Wilderness Trails.

In keeping with the wilderness atmosphere, sites for the trails camps are carefully selected for their scenic beauty and diverse plant and animal life.

Groups spend three nights in four rustic two-bed huts. Ablution facilities comprise reed-walled showers and flush toilets.

A covered lapa serves as a dining/socialising area where the campfire’s flickering shadows encourage stories of adventures in the African bush.

Simple, wholesome meals are provided. The day commences with coffee and rusks in the crisp morning hours. A light meal is enjoyed in the bush and brunch awaits the group when they return at noon.

Evening meals comprise either a hunters’ stew or barbecues, supplemented with salads and vegetables.

The trails are run from mid-February to mid-December - either from Sunday to Wednesday or Wednesday to Saturday.