Crocodile Bridge to Lower Sabie, Malelane Biyamiti and Skukuza

Discover south east Kruger Park. From Crocodile Bridge to Lower Sabie, Malelane Biyamiti and Skukuza. With detailed descriptions and maps of game viewing routes, as well as the types of wildlife in the area.

  • Buffalo wallowing in a river

    Buffalo wallowing in a river to cool down from the heat

    Crocodile Bridge Gate

    Crocodile Bridge cooks. It is one of the hottest places in the country, with summer temperatures often soaring above the 40C mark. It is the most eastern entrance into Kruger

  • White Rhino at Mpanama. Hilton Barber

    Crocodile Bridge to Lower Sabie

    The main road to Lower Sabie H4-2 is also known as the Gomondwane Road and was the first road built in Kruger. It is rated as one of the

  • Impala

    Impala. G Cooke

    Crocodile Bridge to Malelane

    There are several routes between Crocodile Bridge and Malelane. The most direct route is the Crocodile River Road (S25), while the longer route

  • Crocodile Bridge to Skukuza

    There are two main routes to Skukuza from Crocodile Bridge, the tar road via Lower Sabie or along one of the dust roads through the mixed woodlands.

  • Lower Sabie rest camp. Restaurant deck. Hilton Barber.

    Lower Sabie Nhlowa Road

    A good alternative to the H4-2 is the Nhlowa Road, which was the original track into the Sabie Game Reserve from Crocodile Bridge at the end of the 19th

  • Hippo

    Hippo. G Cooke

    Lower Sabie to Skukuza

    There are two main routes between Lower Sabie and Skukuza– the main road via Nkuhlu picnic site H4-1 and the Salitje road S30 which is accessed off the

  • Wild dogs at a mudhole

    Wild dog pack at a mudhole

    Lower Sabie to Tshokwane

    One of Kruger's most gratifying drives from a perspective of scenery and game viewing is the road north from Lower Sabie to Tshokwane H10

  • Jousting impala rams

    Jousting impala rams in Kruger. G Cooke

    The Biyamiti Area

    One of Biyamiti's main drawcards is the road leading to the camp the S139 which follows the river through the mixed woodland. Only residents are

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