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Fun for Everyone 

Greater Kuduland has a wide range of adventurous pastimes to keep you entertained throughout your stay. 

Please note that while we will try our best to fulfil your activity list, many are weather dependant.

  • When is the best time to visit Greater Kuduland?
    Greater Kuduland is a year-round destination and deciding what time of year to visit you would like to visit depends on what you want to see and do. The summer months are hot and humid with afternoon thundershowers that bring out all sorts of birds and tiny animals. Animals may be a little trickier to see around this time because of denser foliage but with our large game count it shouldn't be too long before you see your favourites. A lot of animals are born in summer, too, which means you’ll get to see adorable newborns tottering around the bush. In winter, the temperatures drop in the morning and evening, but the days remain temperate. This is also the dry season, which means the foliage has thinned and water is more scarce, encouraging the wildlife to clamour around water sources, making for superb game viewing opportunities. The changing seasons also make for great sightings. Autumn sees the green vegetation thinning slightly, while the rutting season begins and thunderstorms become frequent. Spring is often the height of the dry season, ensuring excellent visibility whilst on safari. Have a look at our weather page for more information!
  • What should I pack?
    We will email you a complete packing guide once you have booked your safari.
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