By air

FOR FLIGHTS for international travellers, the Greater Kruger National Park is the best-served major wildlife reserve on the African continent.  From South Africa’s major international airports at Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, flights depart daily for the three airports that serve Kruger –Hoedspruit, Phalaborwa and Nelspruit.

Naledi’s lodges are 45 minutes’ drive from Hoedspruit Airport, 1-hour’s drive from Phalaborwa, and 2.5-hours’ drive from Nelspruit. We offer a pick-up and drop-off service for all three airports, for an additional fee which we will gladly quote you.

By road

THE DRIVE from Johannesburg or Pretoria to Naledi takes five to six hours, including rest-breaks, and gives the traveller many interesting views of South Africa’s highveld landscapes.

A comfortable, affordable road-travel option is provided by Ashtons Kruger Shuttle, which runs daily between Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport and the Greater Kruger National Park.  We will ferry you to-and-from the Ashtons drop off point near Naledi, and can if you so wish arrange the booking with Ashtons on your behalf.

South Africa’s airports and tourist centres are served by a number of world-class car rental companies. Should you wish to drive yourself to Naledi, click here for road directions.