Kruger Safari Specials
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The Kruger National Park is a world renowned bio diversity hotspot teaming with 147 species of mammals, 507 species of birds, 114 species of reptiles 34 species of amphibians 49 species of fish and 336 species of trees.
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What Our Clients Say
Sam provided us with a fantastic service from the Airport at Nelspruit. He gave us a good service, transporting us from the airport and Loyne Kruger Lodge. He also arranged and picks us up and takes us back to the airport all at a reasonable cost. His vehicle is also very good and we had a very good time. Thank you for all your help.
Jen and Allen Grant – Melbourne, Australia
Explore north eastern South Africa and its fascinating neighbours.
The north eastern parts of Mpumalanga in South Africa is home to some of the most diverse and fascinating flora and fauna anywhere on the planet. The Kruger / Nelspruit node is also an ideal home base from which to explore neighbouring Mozambique and Swaziland, both countries being an easy day drive away. Let Summit Tours and Safaris’ experienced guides show you some of the highlights of these fascinating southern African countries.
Mpumalanga – South Africa
Mpumalanga is nestled on north eastern border of South Africa and shares common borders with Swaziland, Mozambique, Limpopo Province and the Gauteng Province. This province covers 6½% of South Africa’s total landmass. The aptly named Mpumalanga means “place of the rising sun”.
Swaziland – Day Drive
Swaziland is a small landlocked country of 17 363 Km²/10 788 m² surrounded by South Africa on three sides and on the east Moçambique. This small kingdom gained independence from the Commonwealth in 1968 under the leadership of King Sohbhuza II who was king of the Swazi’s from 1921-1982.
Mozambique – Day Drive
Mozambique’s sunny skies, endless white beaches laced with coconut palms, tropical islands, coral reefs and the warm azure Indian Ocean has led to a huge resurgence in the growth of tourism both from South Africa and the international market.