At umSisi House we offer a choice of family safaris to appeal to every age group. We are located only 15 minutes from the gates of the Kruger National Park and can arrange private day safaris to Africa's most famous game reserve.
Numbi Gate is the original entrance into the Kruger National Park and is the closest gate to umSisi House. Private day safaris arranged from umSisi House enter the Kruger Park at Numbi Gate which is located in the south-western section of the park. Here the higher altitude provides sweeping views over the Lowveld to the east and granite foothills to the north and south. This area receives high rainfall and thus allows for a high diversity of plant and animal species.
The park boasts 147 species of mammals, 507 bird species, 114 reptile species, 34 amphibian species, 49 fish species and approximately 336 tree species within 4,5 million acres (2 million hectares) of natural bush, so you are sure to see a wide variety of wildlife in the Kruger Park.
Arranging a series of private day safaris from umSisi House is the easiest way to enjoy the Kruger Park with your family and friends from the comfort and luxury of your exclusive African villa.
Kruger Safaris never disappoint, and with umSisi House arranging your private day safaris, you can sit back, relax and save your energy for spotting the big five!Kruger SafariKruger Safaris
We have teamed up with local operators, and their experienced guides, to provide you with the option of exploring the Kruger Park in open game viewing vehicles on your private day safari. These vehicles are hired on a daily basis and the guides are trained to identify everything from the smallest dung beetle to the great African Elephant. Due to our close proximity to Numbi Gate you can choose from the following:
Please contact us directly for a quotation. Our rates include your own private vehicle, experienced guide, drop off and collection from umSisi House, all liquid refreshments, gourmet picnic hamper and blankets to keep you warm when necessary. They exclude the daily conservation levy of R280 per person which must be paid at the gate to the Kruger Park. Please be advised that if entering the Kruger National Park in your own vehicle the daily conservation levy per child (under 12 years old) reduces to R140 per child. SA residents pay R70 per adult and R35 per child. These rates are for 1 November 2015 until 31 October 2016.