The Kruger National Park has announced a ‘Wine in the Wild’ experience where guests can enjoy a wine tasting this weekend (September 17-19) at the Kruger Station.
Along with sampling wine from farms across South Africa, including Antonij Rupert, Delaire, Opstal, Avondale and more, guests will also receive a branded wineglass to keep and a mezze snack plate.
Tickets for either the Saturday or Sunday are R150 per day (€9). On both days, wine tastings will run from 14h00-19h00.
“We want to show Kruger Park visitors that there is a way of enhancing their Kruger game viewing with interesting activities while they are in the park,” says Judiet Barnes, Executive Manager: Brand, Sales & Marketing for Kruger Shalati Concession and Kruger Station. “We appreciate that people come to the park for the animals, but we are encouraging visitors to enjoy the unique experiences that the Kruger Station offers.”
At the Kruger Station, guests can also find a deli, café, bar, restaurant, play zone for kids and soon-to-open 360-degree cinema.