Below you will find answers to questions that our customers commonly ask.

The entrance fee and conservation fees included?

No, the entrance fee is not included in the rates on the website and needs to be paid on the day in cash to avoid delays at the gate on entry.

What are Pre-Day visitors booking?

This is a booking we make on your behalf at the Kruger National Park so that entry is guaranteed when the quota of visitors is full you will still be able to enter the park if this booking is made in advance with us.

Do you do Tailor-made safaris?

Yes, all our multiday tours are private and scheduled to fit in with your travel plans.

Do we stop on the day game drives for bathroom breaks and meals?

Yes, we do stop for comfort breaks on all our day safaris in the main camps in Kruger Park. The camps do have shops and restaurants for all your needs.

Why go with Private Kruger Safaris?

If you read through our Tripadvisor reviews you will find the answer easily as we pride our self on personal attention try to show you the best Kruger Park has to offer.

What type of business is Private Kruger Safaris?

We are a small family-owned company and a registered (PTY) LTD company that had been operating in Kruger Park since 2013. Most of the guide has been working in the Park since 1998 so a lot of experience to offer first-time and returning visitors for a great safari experience.

What to wear on safari?

On day safaris you will be doing driving most of the time, so comfortable and practical clothing is recommended. Layers work nicely as morning are normally cooler than midday.

What time is the best time to enter Kruger Park?

The best times are normally early morning and late afternoon to be in the bush. The best-recommended safari is a full day as you then have time to explore and spend time and sightings.

What type of vehicle do we go on safari with?

You will be travelling in an Open Safari Vehicle with 9 seats at the back and 1 in front next to your guide. The vehicle does have a roof to shield you from the sun but the sides are open for the best views of the African bush and its animals.


The Kruger Park is a Malaria area but the mosquitoes are mostly around in the rainy months. November to March. Please consults your Docter, when you are going to stay inside Kruger Park before travelling. On the normal day drives and in day time you will not encounter many mosquitoes it is only early evening and during the night that a bit of protection in the forms of insect repellent will help you have a good night rest.