Kruger National Park
Crocodile Kruger Safari Lodge is situated on the banks of the Crocodile River, overlooking the Kruger National Park, one of South Africa's premier tourist destinations.
Regular Big 5 sightings are possible from the lodge but a visit to the park itself should not be missed during your stay.
Malelane gate (35 minutes) and Crocodile Bridge gate (20 minutes) are within easy driving distance from the lodge. A daily conservation fee is payable at the gate.
Daily conservation fee:
Valid from 1 November 2014 to 31 October 2015.
South African citizens and residents (with ID): R 66 per person per day. R 33 per child
SADC Nationals (with passport): R132 per person per day; R66 per child per day.
Standard Conservation Fee (Foreign Visitors): R264 per adult .R 132 per child
Note: All Prices VAT inclusive and all tariffs in South African Rand
Tariffs subject to alteration without advance notice.
Kruger Park Gates open:
October - March: 05:30
April - September: 06:00
Park Gates Close:
November - February: 18:30
March, April, August, September & October: 18:00
Alternatively guests can purchase a Wild Card from the entrance gate which will, for a once off payment, give them access to the Kruger National Park for 365 days from date of purchase. The card comes in three variations for :
Individual – guests over 18 years of age
Couple – two people over 18 years of age
Family – two adults and children under 18 years of age
Local residents have the choice of buying one of two variants of the Wild Card:
The Bushveld Cluster card, which can be used in Kruger, Mapungubwe, Marakele and Golden Gate;
or The All Clusters card that is valid for all national parks. Foreign nationals also have access to a wild card that works on the same principle, and is valid for all national parks.