- Kruger National Park Locality
The Park is essentially self-drive destination with a wide infrastructure of roads, waterholes, picnic sites and camps. To reach the park, flights are available from Johannesburg to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport, Kruger Park Gateway Airport (Phalaborwa) and East Gate Airport (Hoedspruit).
The Park is home to the following numbers of wildlife:
Lions (1,500), Leopards (1,000) Cheetahs (200), Elephants (11,700), Giraffes (9,000), Impala (15,000), White Rhino (5,000), Buffalo (25,150), Kudu (5,000), Wart Hog (3,800), Water Buck (5,000), Wilderbeest (17,000), Zebras (32,000)
The Property Market
Investments in this region are a unique opportunity – moreover, with the enormous tourism numbers, rental schemes are mature and yields consistent.
Lodges are completed to the highest quality and designed to fit the surrounding environment with rich earth tones.
With many analysts suggesting South African property to be under-valued by over 60%, off-plan projects in tourist-rich areas such as Kruger National Park offer excellent potential returns in medium to long term capital growth.