Rock Art, Trees and Rivers of Kruger National Park


All the game-drive routes in Kruger Park, in meticulous detail, as well as a Tree Guide for beginners, where to find the best rock art and a vegetation overview of the regions that explains how flora is dictated by geology.
Handy self-drive traveller's guide to Kruger Park Game Drives by Region including game viewing self-drive routes to Olifants and Letaba...
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There is more action at night in Kruger than during the day. Hunters take advantage of the cover of darkness to stalk their prey, while grazers...
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The world renowned Kruger National Park in South Africa is a place of vast landscapes and incredible animal diversity, and no place is more dramatic than...
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Kruger Park is a tree-lover's heaven. In all the regions, barring the mopane shrubveld, there are extraordinary trees some 336 species in all...
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Six major rivers, stretch across the wilderness of Kruger Park, the Crocodile River, the Limpopo River and the Olifants, Sabie, Letaba and Luvuvhu rivers...
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Most of the rock art found in Kruger is in the south-western foothills but recent research suggests that shelter paintings are prolific throughout the...
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The various regions of Kruger Park differ according to the geology of soil types and rainfall, which dictates what sort of vegetational coverage one...
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