Kruger National Park has amazing Walking trails
Guided and self-drive tours of the Kruger National Park certainly have their charms.
But if you’re looking for a more immersive experience that will change you in some way, or show you details that are impossible to see from a vehicle, then you should think about exploring the iconic national park and the private game reserves around it on foot.
If you’re planning on visiting the Greater Kruger National Park (the Kruger National Park and associated private reserves) on safari, chances are that you are looking for a way to connect and interact with nature. Kruger walking safaris are a fantastic way to do this.
On organised trails that generally last between three and four days, you’ll be accompanied by highly experienced armed rangers who are trained to keep you safe and interpret the environment that you walk through.
No two trail experiences will be same as the guides lead you through different parts of the Greater Kruger National Park. And chances are, once you’re done, you won’t be the same either – it is, after all, an incredible experience.
There are a range of trails on offer.
Run over three nights and four days, the rustic Mphongolo Trail in Kruger National Park’s largest wilderness