Morning drives are especially exciting in the area surrounding the Malelane Private Camp in Kruger National Park. On night game drives you are introduced to elusive nocturnal animals. Guided bush walks accompanied by qualified and experienced rangers. Identify and interpret the distinctive animal features, analyse spoor prints and drops as well as the vegetation en route.
The area around Malelane Private Camp hosts a wide range of wild species such as Kudu, White Rhino, Elephant, Giraffe and Klipspringer. Leopard is seen frequently in the region and some even see them drink at the dam next to the camp. Wild Dog and Grey Rhebok are also found in this area. To spot Lion, you should go in the lower plains on the roads to Crocodile Bridge and Skukuza.
Malelane Private Camp is also an excellent bird watching venue. Bird enthusiasts can see the Grey Tit-flycatcher (Fan-tailed Flycatcher), White-throated Robin-chats and White-browed (Heuglin's). Even the Scarlet-chested Sunbird is particularly distinctive. Water birds and African Fish Eagle are especially attracted by the Matjulu Dam close to the Kruger Park lodging. A variety of bird species live in the surrounding hills including Pennat-winged Nightjar and Croaling Cisticola.