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Known around the world as South Africa’s largest and oldest national park, the Kruger is an exciting safari destination with incredible biodiversity. It has the largest population of the world’s southern white rhino, and is home to the highly endangered African wild dog, of which there are only hundreds in the whole country. Over 500 species of birds and almost 150 mammal species, there is an abundance of game that has attracted both privately guided and self-drive tourists for over 100 years.
Coursing rivers and dry riverbeds, open savannah, indigenous forests, and rocky outcrops are all contained within this almost-20 000 square kilometre park. Kruger’s private concessions are perhaps the most pristine and magnificent areas of the park. They are leased out on a long-term basis to private entities who pledge to protect and enhance the natural abundance under a conservation contract. Here, on Singita and Lion Sands private concessions, guests are accommodated in the lap of luxury in an areas of Kruger not open to the public. Sublime exclusivity, world renowned hospitality, safari quality, and carefully selected guides create this private Kruger National Park experience.