With Kruger Park Times and Wilderness Safaris
... and the winner is ...Fatima Patel, From Nelspruit.
10km on the gravel road from Crocodile Bridge towards Lower Sabie in June 2006 we saw these amazing cheetahs near Lower Sabie on a dirt road towards Crocodile Bridge. We sat and followed them for three hours.What beautiful animals. I never believed that the Kruger had cheetahs until this amazing sighting. A great start to a morning drive. The was photo taken in June 2006.
Thank you to the judges, Dr Bandile Mkhize, Kruger's executive director, Freek Venter, head of conservation services and Blake Schraader, head of Kruger's technical services for the taking the time to make a difficult decision from the wide variety of stunning photos that we received.
Fatima Patel has won two nights for two at Wilderness Safaris Pafuri Camp in the far north of the Park. This stunning tented camp is located in the riverine forest overlooking the Luvuvhu River, an area of Kruger legendary for its prolific birdlife, great game viewing, especially of some of the shy antelope species, spectacular trees and other vegetation.
Pafuri Camp is run by the award-winning Wilderness Safaris who are internationally renowned for their environmentally and socially responsible tourism practices. The camp is located in the 24 000ha Makuleke concession which lies between the Limpopo and the Luvuvhu Rivers.