Journey across the history of Kruger Park, from the ancient rock engravings, to the first Arab and Indian traders, to the arrival of the British East India Company and Paul Kruger.
Kruger National Park embodies not only the spirit of wild Africa, but is a window into the world that gave birth to humanity itself. Kruger Park History...more
The first explorer to set foot in the region was the Dutchman François de Cuiper who led a Dutch East India Company expedition to explore...more
Paul Kruger (Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger) was born on October 10 1825 at his grandfather's farm, Bulhoek in the Steynsburg district and grew up on...more
The Kruger Tablets on the road to Tshokwane commemorate Paul Kruger, President of the Zuid-Afrikaanse Republiek, who was responsible for the...more
Modern History of Kruger National Park - The Park was opened to tourism in 1927 and, after a slow start, only three cars entered the Reserve in that...more
The Lowveld plains have been traversed by a host of travellers in search of fortune, but few memorials indicate their paths or recall their endeavours...more