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Africa Tree Guide


Africa Tree Guide Information: A guide to tree species in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. This trees of africa guide includes descriptive information, images and the latin
Parfuri picnic site

Game Drive around the Pafuri Area


Africa Tree Guide Information: Among the rarer birds that may be seen at Pafuri and along the Luvuvhu River, are the thick-billed cuckoo, racket-tailed roller, Narina trogon and

Images of a Great African Park. Northern Region


Africa Tree Guide Information: A low-lying, sun-baked plain ranging in elevation from 300 to 450 metres, the Northern Region extends north of the Olifants River. This semi-arid region
Flame Lily. G Cooke

Kruger Park Eco-system, Wildlife and Vegetation


Africa Tree Guide Information: The park is generally flat to gently undulating, with average height of 260 metres (853 feet) above sea level, with its most mountainous areas being
Jackals on the run. G Cooke

Game Drives around Engelhard Dam


Africa Tree Guide Information: The best way to experience Engelhard Dam is along the S62, which runs east off the Letaba-Mopani Road just after Letaba River Bridge and along
warthog close-up

African Mammal Guide


Africa Tree Guide Information: A guide on african mammals in Kruger National Park. This mammals of africa guide includes information on all the species of mammal that people most want
Horned Baboon Spider  Nigel Dennis

Images of a Great African Park. Wildlife


Africa Tree Guide Information: Young vervet monkeys are born mainly from October to January after a gestation period of 140 days. Vervets emit distinct alarm barks for different
Sharpe's grysbok. R Cooke

Kruger Park | Mahogany Loop (S99)


Africa Tree Guide Information: The Mahogany Loop is about 20 kilometres (12.4 miles) long and is named after the pod Mahogany tree which can be found throughout the area. On this route
Parfuri. Albert Froneman

The Ecology of Kruger National Park


Africa Tree Guide Information: The bed of the Mphongolo River in northern Kruger is framed by a tall apple-leaf, while flowering knobthorns add a colourful backdrop. Many African
Krugerpark history.

Kruger Park History


Africa Tree Guide Information: A collection of interesting articles on the history of Kruger National Park in South Africa
Burchell'c Coucal. Nigel Dennis.

Game Drives from Crocodile Bridge to Skukuza


Africa Tree Guide Information: 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.
Two young lions

Kruger Park | Satara Game Viewing Routes


Africa Tree Guide Information: Satara offers good Lion viewing due to its abundance of game and water. Sightings of Lion are likely on any of the roads that lead to the camp
Herd of Buffalo in the Kruger National Park. Nigel Dennis

Game Drive around Punda Maria


Africa Tree Guide Information: There are two main routes linking Punda Maria to the main Shingwedzi Pafuri road (H1-8). These are the S60 past Gumbandebvu Hill and the Punda Maria
Elephants near Palaborwa Gate

Four Kruger Park 4x4 Adventure Trails You Should Try


Africa Tree Guide Information: Enjoy a great one-day self-drive adventure exploring African wildlife and bush landscape on a Kruger Park 4x4 Trail. Self-drive safaris for the 4x4
Crocodiles of Kruger

Africa Reptiles Guide


Africa Tree Guide Information: A guide to the reptile species found in Kruger National Park. This reptiles and snake guide includes information and photographs
Elphants frolicking in a river

The Far North | Rare Birds and Sand Forest


Africa Tree Guide Information: This region embraces several fascinating ecozones that differ markedly from habitats elsewhere in the Park. A total of 15 distinct plant communities have
Whitebacked vulture. Nigel Dennis

Game Drive on the Sabie Sands Loop


Africa Tree Guide Information: Although there is usually heavy tourist traffic on this road, it is probably the best chance the visitor has of seeing lion and a variety of other game
Greater Blue-earred Starling. G Cooke

Kruger National Park Birding Guide


Africa Tree Guide Information: A Guide to Kruger Park birds and birding in Kruger National Park. Generally camps and waterholes are the best places for bird-watching and late summer
leopard in the dark  Heirich van den Berg

Kruger National Park Wildlife Facts | Leopards


Africa Tree Guide Information: Leopards are the least social and perhaps the most beautiful of the African big cats. They usually keep to themselves, lurking in dense riverine

Trees of Kruger Park


Africa Tree Guide Information: These are just some of the many types of trees found in Kruger Park. The baobab is southern Africa's most distinctive
Baobab. Brett Hilton-Barber

Medicinal Uses of Trees


Africa Tree Guide Information: 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
Elephant sighting during a game drive in the Kruger Park.

Birders Paradise | Self-drive Kruger Park Safari


Africa Tree Guide Information: Our 3 day Birders Paradise package is based on a 2 night stay at a Classic Lodge in the Kruger Park. The lodge offers unique tented rooms
Greater Blue-earred Starling

Game Drive along Luvuvhu River and Nyala Drive


Africa Tree Guide Information: The Luvuvhu River (above) is believed to have got its name from the Venda word for river bushwillow (muvuvhu). It forms the western boundary of Kruger
Buffalo sighting

Classic Guided Kruger Park Safaris


Africa Tree Guide Information: Our fully-guided Siyabona Africa Safari Packages are one of the best ways to enjoy a Classic Safari in the Kruger National Park. Led by an experienced
Theres always the odd one

Game Drive from Pretoriuskop to Malelane


Africa Tree Guide Information: The most direct way from Pretoriuskop to Malelane is via the Voortrekker Road (H2-2). The longer route is to take the Napi Road (H1-1) to the main
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