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'Greater Kruger View' is located in the northwest of South Africa. Traveling by plane is comfortable and not expensive. From Europe, you typically fly the long-haul to Johannesburg or another South African metropolis. From there, you continue with a domestic flight operated by the South African airline Airlink. For the last stretch, you can either rent a car or arrange to be picked up by our shuttle service.


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South Africa

Arrival from Europe...

From Europe, you can fly long-haul via Johannesburg (JNB) or Cape Town. Affordable and comfortable connections include:

  • British Airways via London (Airbus 380)
  • Turkish Airways via Istanbul (Airbus 330)
  • AirFrance via Paris (Boeing 777)
  • KLM via Amsterdam (Boeing 777)
  • Lufthansa via Frankfurt (Boeing 747)

From Johannesburg, you can continue by rental car or, much more comfortably, take a regional flight directly to your holiday destination. Nearby, there are two easily accessible regional airports:

  • Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (MQP/KMIA) in Nelspruit/Mbombela, 104 km
  • Skukuza Airport (SZK) in Skukuza Camp, right in the middle of Kruger National Park, 103 km

... and further via Nelspruit/Mbombela

The picturesque airport of Nelspruit/Mbombela is served by the airline Airlink. Tickets can already be booked together with the long-haul ticket through all European airlines. At the airport, you can choose from several car rental companies or opt for pickup by our shuttle service. The distance to 'Greater Kruger View' is 104 km and takes about an hour on the N4 national road (left-hand traffic!).

... or via Skukuza

The Skukuza Airport is located in the heart of Kruger National Park. It is serviced by the airline Airlink. Tickets can be booked together with your long-haul ticket. In Skukuza, after the long flight, you can relax in a lodge and the next morning, you can pick up a rental car or arrange to be picked up by our shuttle service. The distance to 'Greater Kruger View' is 103 km (through Kruger National Park!) and takes about three hours. The drive takes you through the most wildlife-rich part of Kruger Park. Take a break at 'Lower Sabie' camp for breakfast and observe the elephants along the riverbank. From the very first minute, you are surrounded by the sensational African bush experience.

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