Find out all you need to know about the best game viewing routes in Kruger Park. For the self drive safari enthusiast, Here is a comprehensive selection of maps, numbered routes and roads and the main attractions or high-lights of each area.
You can also find out what wildlife or bird life is most predominant in each area, so that you can be prepared to look out for them.
The central grasslands have the highest lion population in Kruger. That's because of the availability of prey. The nutritious grasses support some of the...more
There's more chance of seeing the Big Five in the south-east of the Park than just about anywhere else in Kruger. Water is available all year round...more
The far north of Kruger is unique. This is because it is in the tropics, and the geological base is sandstone rather than the granites and basalt...more
Northern Kruger Park is a rewarding birding destination - there are sleep-over hides near Phalaborwa Gate and Mopani Camp, and important vleis east of Mopani...more
The Olifants River is generally accepted as the divide between southern and northern Kruger. To the south the vegetation is dominated by bushwillow. To...more
The Sabie River bush between Skukuza and Lower Sabie has one of the highest concentrations of leopard in the world....more
The botanically rich, high-rainfall mountainveld of the south-west provides habitat niches for some of Kruger's rarest antelope. This is the only part of Kruger Park...more
Handy self-drive traveller's guide to Kruger Park Game Drives by Region including game viewing self-drive routes to Olifants and Letaba...more
For the self-drive safari enthusiast visiting Kruger Park, this directory of game-viewing routes provides a detailed description of drive-times, stop-over.....more
While Stevenson-Hamilton believed in 'a balance of Nature', evidence suggests that the natural environment is never in a constant state of equilibrium...more