Kruger National Park: Day visitors

Lion in Kruger National Park

Lion in Kruger National Park

With only 10 km to the nearest gate, Dreamfields Guesthouse is the ideal base for day visitors to the Park. There is a maximum threshold of day visitors who can enter the Park and especially on public holidays and long weekends access could be denied. It is recommended to enter the Park when the gate opens at 05:30 (in summer) or 06:00 (in winter), early mornings are usually the most productive game viewing periods.
Dreamfields Guesthouse will provide you with a packed breakfast that you can enjoy at one of the day visitor areas in a rest camp or just stop at one of the waterholes.
Plan you trip-the Kruger National Park is massive tract of land and frequently visitors try to cover too much ground. A map of the Park can be purchased at Dreamfields Guesthouse and we are happy to assist you planning your tour. Remember to bring a camera, binoculars, sunscreen lotion, a hat and the map (which also gives you information about mammals and birds).
Rules:
Speed limits: 50 km/h on tar roads, 40 km/h on gravel roads – no off-road driving.
Other than in the designated areas, visitors must remain in their vehicle. No part of the body may protrude from a window or sunroof.
To ensure that you see all the animals you want, have a look at the board in the various receptions to track the latest game spotting.
If you want to cool down: A swimming pool is available at Skukuza day visitor site.

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