Hoedspruit Transport, Johannesburg to Hoedspruit

Hoedspruit Transport and Shuttle Services from OR Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg, Sandton, Rosebank or Pretoria, our vehicles from Johannesburg to Hoedspruit will transfer you in air-conditioned comfort directly to your lodge in Hoedspruit or Kruger National Park. We allow for stops along the way to stretch your legs, have a bathroom break, and buy some drinks and snacks for the road. Our Hoedspruit transport services gives you the opportunity to view & enjoy some of South Africa’s most beautiful scenery during the transfer from Johannesburg to Hoedspruit or Kruger National Park.


Hoedspruit Transport and Shuttle Service to Hoedspruit

Our Hoedspruit Transport & Hoedspruit Shuttle Service offer Door to Door transfers and will collect you at any given pick up point be it a Hotel, Bed & Breakfast, Guest House or OR Tambo Airport and Lanseria Airport. Your transport to Hoedspruit will be an unforgettable experience with our awesome drivers.

Hoedspruit Transport and Shuttle Service to Hoedspruit

Our Hoedspruit Transport & Hoedspruit Shuttle Service offer a wide range of  vehicle options such as sedans, and several different size minibusses from 8 seaters to 21 seaters. We shuttle couples, small and large groups.


Hoedspruit Transport and Shuttle Service to Hoedspruit

Our Hoedspruit Transport & Hoedspruit Shuttle Service offer a prompt, reliable, efficient, convenient, and courteous service. We pride ourselves in the quality of our service, for the care, comfort and safety of our passengers.

Hoedspruit Transport and Shuttle Service to Hoedspruit

Our Hoedspruit Transport & Hoedspruit Shuttle Service will drop you off at any lodge in Hoedspruit, central Hoedspruit, Hoedspruit Airport or at the Kruger National Parks

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Hoedspruit is located in the Mopani region of the Limpopo province, neatly placed at the foot of the Klein Drakensberg and with the railway line from Tzaneen to Kaapmuiden running through it.

Hoedspruit is one of the country’s premier eco-tourist destinations with amazing game lodges and private reserves.  Hoedspruit’s neighbour is the Kruger National Park, which after removing fences now forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park.

Hoedspruit is known for its wildlife breeding and care centres like the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre.  This centre breeds endangered species, especially the cheetah, African wild dog and black-footed cat.

The town specialises in the production of mango and citrus fruits and is one of the major agricultural contributors in the country.  Hoedspruit one of the drivers in the Green Movement – it is in the heart of the UNESCO registered Kruger to Canyons Biosphere, and is the annual host of the Pick n Pay Sustainable Living Festival.

Most of Hoedspruit’s rainfall occurs during the mid-summer months and normally receives about 410mm of rain per year. 

Accommodation in Hoedspruit

There is a wide range of accommodation options available for visitors to this area.  Please see our accommodation directory for more information.

Things to do and see in Hoedspruit


For more information on Hoedspruit visit Limpopo Info.

Directly translated from the Afrikaans the relatively small town of Hoedspruit, which lies at the foot of the Klein Drakensberg on the old Selati railway line from Phalaborwa to Kaapmuiden, means “hat creek”.

The story involves one of the town’s pioneers who took off his hat, after a particularly arduous trek over the mountains into the heat of the Lowveld, and threw it into the Sandspruit River, making an impulsive decision to stay. Hoedspruit finds itself in an enviable position today because of its access to the private game areas of the Timbavati and Klaserie.

Hoedspruit is essentially an agricultural town located a stone’s throw away from the Kruger National Park and is surrounded by game-rich country that makes it an obvious stopover. As a result, what began merely as a couple of shops, a bank and a little rondavel that served as a station building, has grown into what is today marketed as a premier eco-tourist destination because of its association with some of the best ‘Big 5’ viewing in South Africa.

Hoedspruit retains a great deal of its rural charm, despite the number of scheduled airlines flying into the air force base just outside town, now conveniently used for civilian aircraft. The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre is a non-profitable organisation working to conserve all endangered animal species and is one of the country’s leaders in the breeding and research of endangered species. Breeding programmes include cheetahs, blackfooted cats, African wild dogs and wild cats, and blue cranes.

And the Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre also welcomes day visitors who can enjoy a couple of hiking trails in the area.