Kruger Cliffs
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Don't like to drive yourself? Book all your activities through us! Make sure to include the transfers you need, and save yourself the cost of a rental car! See here for transfer costs to/from the nearest airports, or contact us for a quote on transfers to/from any other lodge.

Important remark; the prices of all packages summarised below are based on two people joining the activities together. If your party has more people, the costs per person will be lower. If you travel solo, there's a surcharge. Contact us for more details.

All below prices are special "Covid-19 lockdown level 2" rates for SA residents!


4-day package

R 4950

per person

Excluding Panorama Route & KNP entrance fees
All other entrance fees included
Private vehicle with private guide

Blyde Dam
Cruise (1/2 day)


Kruger National Park
(full day)


Panorama Route
(full day)


Jessica The Hippo
visit (1/2 day)


Snake handling
course (1/2 day)


Moholoholo Animal Rehab Centre (1/2 day)

Blyde Dam Cruise
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Distance from Kruger Cliffs; 15min

Kruger Cliffs is literally at the door of the Blyde River Canyon Reserve. Your guide will take you into the valley, a short but scenic drive. We will stop at a waterfall, and then drive on to the Blyde Dam. Here you will do a cruise of about 1,5 hour. The boat takes you all the way to the back of the dam. Can you spot the crocodiles and hippos?

Absolute highlight; can you see the little ants crawling about on top of the mountain? There's people there! If you book the Panorama Route tour, you'll be able to enjoy their viewpoint.
Kruger National Park
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Distance from Kruger Cliffs; 30min

A full day of game driving in Kruger National Park, in a closed vehicle (SUV) and with a private and FGASA-certified guide. Should you desire this we can also arrange a Kruger day trip in an open safari vehicle, at the same cost, with idem guide, but then you may have to share the vehicle with others. We go in at Orpen gate. From Kruger Cliffs to this gate is one straight (nice & quiet) tar road. The section we visit is arguably the best section of the park; we avoid the crowds in the south, as well as the boring mopane blocks in the north. What roads we will drive? Where our nose takes us! We might do the Mohlabetsi River bed, or do the Talamti-Sweni route, or drive the famous S100 …or a combination of these!

Absolute highlight; who knows? Safari is like a box of chocolates…
Panorama Route
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Distance from Kruger Cliffs; 1h

We start with a bit of driving (towards Hazyview) and then follow the Sabie river into the mountains. From the town Sabie we go north. Along the Route we'll have many stops, to enjoy viewpoints and tourist attractions such as Graskop Gorge, God's Window and Bourke's Luck Potholes.

Absolute highlight; at the end of our tour, we stop at the viewpoint over the Blyde River Canyon, the 3rd biggest canyon in the world. Can you spot Kruger Cliffs?
Jessica The Hippo visit
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Distance from Kruger Cliffs; 20min

Jessica was found at the doorstep of Tonie, a warden of Kruger National Park. She was born prematurely, and washed away from her mother in a flood. Tonie took her in and raised her. By now Jessica is mature and free to go wherever she pleases. But she decides to stay with Tonie. Unlike the rest of her species, Jessica is not aggressive at all towards humans. Quite the opposite!

Absolute highlight; giving Jessica a kiss on the nose (a privilege only women get)
Snake handling course
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Distance from Kruger Cliffs; 30min

Kinyonga reptile centre is one of the best of it's kind. Donald Strydom is one of the most knowledgeable persons in his field, and has worked with David Attenborough a number of times. You will learn a lot from him, as he escorts you through the centre.

Absolute highlight; the moment you put your first dangerous snake in it's container, using the right tools and knowledge, and you understand these creatures should not be feared, but simply respected.
Moholoholo Animal
Rehab Centre
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Distance from Kruger Cliffs; 10min

Moholoholo takes care of all wounded animals or "problem animals" in our area. Wounded animals are restored back to health, and released into the wild, if possible. Problem animals (typically unfortunate individuals that ended up in the wrong place) are captured and released where it is safe to do so. Moholoholo provides these services free of charge. To make ends meet, they provide tours at their centre.

Absolute highlight; seeing a black (melanistic) leopard up close.

Important! Don't forget to enjoy your accommodation to the fullest. No matter what package of activities you choose, make sure you leave some free time to enjoy your plunge pool!


The above package is not to your liking? Not to worry! All above activities, and much more, can be booked separately. See here for a non-exhaustive list of activities that can be booked through Kruger Cliffs.