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Afternoon Safaris


R1 336 South African Citizens - ID Required
R1 684 International Citizens - Passport Required

R1 336 South African Citizens - ID Required
R1 684 International Citizens - Passport Required

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6-7 Hours
Pick-up any lodge in Hazyview or 5 km radius from Hazyview /Numbi/Phabeni gate and Perry’s bridge outpost.
Kruger National Park
Min Age : 8 Years

Tour Description

Afternoon Safari

We collect our clients from various lodges in and within a 5 km radius of Hazyview. Clients who are travelling from further away can meet the safari vehicle at the well-known Perry’s Bridge Trading Post & Tourism Centre, or at Numbi or Phabeni Gate. 

Our afternoon safari drives concentrate on finding plains game like Zebra, Giraffe and even the majestic Elephant, and as the afternoon cools down there is always the chance of seeing predators like lion and leopard, as they are more active during dawn and dusk.


01 November 2023 to 31 October 2024

R1 336.00 pp SA LOCALS (entry fees included).

R1 684.00 p/p INTERNATIONAL (including conservation fees).

What to expect

Even though wildlife tends to rest in the midday heat, the advantage of an afternoon safari is that our guides will have information about earlier sightings and where they took place. With this information on hand, we set off to these areas in the hopes of bringing you the most exciting wildlife sightings. We frequent watering holes, which are popular sighting areas in the hot afternoon, as animals come for a drink or to play in the water. There is nothing more pleasing than watching elephants splashing playfully in a river on a hot afternoon.

As the day grows longer and as it gets closer to closing time in the Park, the better the chances of sightings become, as the animals become more active as the heat dissipates. 

Since afternoon Kruger Park safaris are often so hot, even during the winter months, we advise you to please bring along sun cream, a hat, sunglasses, and comfortable shoes. If you are planning a safari during winter, bring some warm clothing for the evenings and if you are travelling in summer, pack your rain jacket. Mineral waters are included on all safaris.


Kurt Safari uses two 4-star lodges in Hazyview, Umbhaba Eco Lodge and if fully booked then Sanbonani Resort Hotel,  both are positioned within a convenient 15-minute drive to Phabeni Gate, the main gate of the Kruger National Park. Both lodges offer beautiful accommodation in tranquil gardens, with all the expected amenities. At Kurt Safari, our commitment to ensuring top-notch service extends across all our tours and safaris, promising our clients an experience of unparalleled high quality. Each room offers en-suite facilities, WI-FI, air-conditioning, and traditional meals, guaranteeing a secure and comfortable 4-star experience for our valued clients.

We collect clients from any lodge in Hazyview or from lodges within a 5 km radius of Hazyview /Numbi/Phabeni Gate, or from Perry’s Bridge Outpost.

Pick-up times:

  • October to March

13:30 – 18:00/18:30

  • April to September

13:30 – 17:00/17:30

Price Includes

Kruger National Park Conservation Fees
Mineral Water on Safari

What To Bring

Personal Items
Photography Equipment
Hat for the Midday Sun
Rainproof Jackets and Warm Jackets in Winter
Comfortable Shoes

Why Use a SATSA Member

For peace of mind, entrust your Southern Africa travels to the expert hands of a SATSA Member! 

The Mark Of Quality Tourism In Southern Africa 

For over 53 years, SATSA has been the trusted mark of credibility, quality, and commitment to service excellence.

We provide consumers with advice and credible references to assist them in making informed decisions in their selection of tourism suppliers. 

SATSA members adhere to a strict Code of Conduct, guaranteeing high standards of service, good quality, trustworthiness, and recourse for the consumer. 

Members undergo a stringent application process and are required to submit documentation about their business annually so that the association can verify that they are indeed running a healthy business that can be recommended to consumers.

All members are also bonded with third-party indemnity, ensuring financially sound relationships when using them as suppliers.

Be assured that all SATSA Members: 

  • Have Integrity: Adhere to a strict Code of Conduct
  • Are Legitimate: Company registration is checked annually
  • Are Financially Stable: Solvency checked annually 
  • Are Legally Compliant: as per regulations governing the tourism industry   
  • Are Insured: Appropriate insurance cover with minimum indemnity limits
  • Are Bonded: Your pre-tour deposits are guaranteed

Afternoon Safari

The safari begins when we collect clients from their lodges in or around Hazyview. Clients who are arriving from further away are collected from the beautiful Perry’s Bridge Trading Post & Tourism Centre in the middle of Hazyview. Clients also have the convenient option of meeting their guide at either Numbi or Phabeni Gate. 

During an afternoon game drive, we look for some of the Park’s plains game, such as Zebra, Wildebeest, Impala, Kudu and even Elephant. Predators are not often spotted in the early afternoon but can sometimes be seen later as the day turns cooler and dusky.

We will leave the lodge at 13:30 pm and enter the Kruger National Park through one of two nearby gates. Your guide will take you to watering holes and lookout points, where you will have the best vantage point for seeing wildlife. Guests often see all sorts of animals near watering holes and rivers, as the wildlife seeks a place to cool off from the hot afternoon sun. Your guide will make regular rest stops throughout your afternoon Kruger Park Safari so that you and your fellow guests have time to stretch.

The tour will conclude before the park closes at around 18:00 – 18:30 pm (depending on the season). The guide will drop off guests at their lodge or at  Perry’s Bridge, with enough time for guests to have a satisfying and memorable ending to their beautiful afternoon safari in the Kruger National Park.



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