En route between Johannesburg and Kruger National Park lies within some of the greatest sceneries of South Africa. Passing over the Olifants river at Emalahleni and through the Crocodile river in Mpumalanga ‘The Land Of The Rising Sun’, surrounded by small towns on the way to relieve that adrenaline, beautiful vegetation and a variety of geological features for everyone to enjoy.
It’s such an exciting journey. You might probably be asking,” How do we get there?” The options are endless. Either by driving or flying, while each bearing its own adventures along the way. The option is yours and at the end of the day you will reach your final destination.
This is the fastest and quickest mode of transportation to the Kruger National Park. A journey spanning 406km from Johannesburg O.R Tambo International Airport en route to Ngala Airport within just 2hrs 10mins. It’s a very good convenient way of travelling without any stresses and anxieties of the road. A smooth sailing to the finish line indeed.
It might seem like a very daunting task for others but many have shared life experiences in this journey. It’s not about reaching your final destination, but how you get there is what counts. Get to experience some site seeing as you head east toward Mpumalanga, the ‘land of the rising sun’. Costal through Long Tom Pass to the small town of Graskop Gorge along Panorama route. Exciting activities such as the world’s highest cable gorge swing.
The possibilities are endless. Always keep your camera on because something could be coming around the corner that you least expect.