Kruger Park & Johannesburg
When it comes to enjoying nature in its finest form, Kruger National Park will meet all your wildlife dreams! Kruger Park is home to the “Big Five”, the lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo, and leopard. These are powerful and extraordinary animals that stand out as the strongest among thousands of African species. Kruger Park covers an area of 2 million hectares and its complex ecosystem makes it one of the most preserved natural parks on the African continent. After Kruger Park, we continue to explore the cultural metropolis of South Africa in Johannesburg – visit Nelson Mandela’s house, walk through the eerie history of the Apartheid Museum and visit Soweto, the most densely populated township in the country.