Kruger Park & Sabi Sand Combo Safari

Safari Cuisine

barbeques, buffet restaurants, lodge dinning


Kruger National Park


Your Safari Ranger will normally cook your breakfast in the open at a picnic site during the course of your morning game viewing drive or on returning back to camp you visit the camps buffet restaurant.

Breakfasts are usually elaborate affairs - cereals, yoghurt, fruit, juice, eggs, bacon, toast, fried tomatoes and tea & coffee.


As breakfasts are more like brunch we do not provide lunch in Kruger Park. Depending on how successful the game viewing is after breakfast, we always try to arrive at one of the camps for lunchtime.

Most people simply buy a toasted sandwich or a small salad for lunch at the camps self-service cafeteria.

After lunch you may wish to stay at camp and siesta or continue on with some more game viewing throughout the afternoon, returning back to camp before the camp gates close for the night.


Rather than going to the camps buffet restaurant every night, your Safari Ranger may have time to prepare traditional South African meals, providing you with a taste of our countries delicious 'barbeque' cuisine.

Dining in the open at camp is always a very nice ending to the day; relaxing, chatting and enjoying living in the bush, finishing off the day with a few glasses of wine or a couple of nice cold beers!


Sabi Sand Reserve

Each day in the Sabi Sands the meals are served in the central thatched Lappa, buffet style with tea and coffee being available throughout the day.

Wake up

Coffee and biscuits are served just before each morning game drive.


A much-needed South African breakfast is served on your return from the morning game drive at approximately 10.00hrs. This could include (it differs from day to day) eggs of different types, bacon, mushrooms, onion, tomato, sausages, potatoes and fritters. Fruit, yoghurt, muesli and muffins are also available for the more health conscious.


At approximately 14.30hrs a light two-course lunch is served each day and consists of a surprise hot dish, cold meats, salads and a dessert. At 16.00hrs late afternoon tea and coffee is served.


Light snacks with alcoholic and soft drinks are served on each game drive at sunset time. This drinking time is referred to as 'sundowners'.


A exceedingly delicious three-course dinner awaits you on your return from your night drive at approximately 20.00hrs. There is sometimes one venison dish on the menu along with chicken, beef, pork or lamb. Plenty of fresh vegetables and fruit too.



We do not charge extra for any barbeque dinners on our combo safaris. A complimentary bottle of South African wine is included with dinners in Kruger Park only.

Barbeques in Kruger Park are always cooked outside under the stars in front of your chalet or guesthouse and served on a fully laid table.

We cater for all special meal requirements for vegetarians and diabetics.

Each camp in Kruger Park has a shop stocked full of all sorts of items to eat and drink. You will be able to visit the camps shop during the day to keep yourself supplied with more drinks or with alcoholic drinks and with snack foods, fruit etc. An ice box is kept in the game viewing vehicle for everyone to use.

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