Kruger National Park Private Concessions

Kruger National Park

The Kruger National Park forms part of a wilderness area that stretches over 35 000 square kilometres and encompasses three countries – South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique (an area larger than the State of South Carolina.) It is thus no wonder that this region had and still has vast tracks of land which were and are seldom frequented by any national parks board staff, let alone members of the public.

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As such the South African National Park Board decided to sell or lease off these parts of the reserve to private investors who in turn would ensure the lands continued conservation. Over the past decades these private reserve have gained world acclaim within and adjacent to the world renowned Kruger National Park. The exclusive, elite private reserves have specialised and refined their African luxury experiences and are guaranteed to ensure an incredible safari.

Kruger Park Private Concessions

The Private Concessions is a very broad term and in this respect Iconic Africa is referring firstly to the Thornybush Reserve which is the home to the exceptional Royal Malewane Lodge and Royal Malewane Africa House and secondly the Singita concessions which are home to Singita Sweni and Singita Lebomobo Lodge. These private preservation areas are infamous for their Big 5 sightings, and the ultimate luxury safari accommodation and African cuisine. Between them these lodges have won numerous awards from The Worlds 100 Ultimate Escapes to the Top 10 Spas of the World and the Top 5 Resorts in Africa – to name but a few!

Africa’s magic captivates all that visit our enchanted continent. This is Africa’s intangible charm which must be experience first-hand to be fully understood. To share this experience with your loved ones away from the diversion of every-day life makes us realise what is truly important in our lives and will forge treasured memories for life.

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