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On the western boundary of the Kruger National Park is a group of privately owned, Big Five nature reserves dropped their fences years ago and merged with the national park to extend and incorporate a greater conservation area for the free movement of wildlife. These reserves today offer some of the best up-close wildlife encounters in South Africa, both in safari vehicles and on foot. The Klaserie, Timbavati, Balule, and Manyeleti are all a part of this connected stretch of wilderness that houses the country’s incredible biodiversity, the Greater Kruger Park
The Kruger National Park is open to the public and invites both self-driving and guided groups through the gates for day trips or to stay at one of the numerous rest camps; whereas the private reserves that make up the Greater Kruger can only accessed by pre-booked guests who are being accommodated at any of the safari camps operating in the area. From high-end luxury with five-star treatment, to rustic trails camps where you’ll rediscover your roots in nature, the Greater Kruger is ideal for privately guided and personalised experiences. Here is a guideline to what is possible on a BHS Greater Kruger safari.