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kingfisher taking off. R Miller

Drive from Johannesburg to Kruger National Park


African Reptiles guide Information: The drive from Johannesburg International Airport to Kruger National Park is 4 to 5 hours long, which can be seen as tiresome, but this is South Africa
Baobab Hill Bush House in Makuleke Contract Park, Kruger Park.

Baobab Hill Bush House, Kruger National Park, South Africa


African Reptiles guide Information: Escape to Baobab Hill Bush House in Makuleke Contract Park, northern Kruger National Park, for a tranquil and secluded South African safari.
Parfuri picnic site

Game Drive around the Pafuri Area


African Reptiles 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
View from your Singita Lebombo suite

Kruger Park Private Luxury Safari Lodges


African Reptiles guide Information: These Kruger Park private game lodges range from old-colonial tradition to ultra modern style and even include sophisticated tented safari with meru
Jousting impala rams

Game Drive around the Biyamiti Area


African Reptiles guide Information: 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
Hippo

Game Drives from Lower Sabie to Skukuza


African Reptiles guide Information: 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
Wonderful sighting of elephant family at Singita Lebombo Lodge.

Singita Lebombo Lodge, Nwanetsi Concession, Kruger National Park


African Reptiles guide Information: This is the definitive safari lodge in Kruger National Park for the discerning traveller, demanding only the very best
Black Rhino browsing. Nigel Dennis

Game Drive from Numbi Gate


African Reptiles guide Information: The first visitors to Kruger came through Numbi a year after the Park was opened to tourists in 1926. A grand total of three cars was recorded in 1927
Wid dogs. Brett Hilton-Barber

Game Drive from Punda Maria Gate


African Reptiles guide Information: Punda Maria Gate is the direct access point into far northern Kruger from Gauteng. Set in mixed sandveld woodlands below Thulamila Koppie
Thulamela artifact

Ancient Kruger Park History


African Reptiles guide Information: 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
Baobab. Brett Hilton-Barber

Medicinal Uses of Trees


African Reptiles 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
Vervet Monkey and Infant

Game Drive along the Matjulu Loop


African Reptiles guide Information: Matjulu in Shangaan is a colloquial description for the place of the Zulus, and got its name during the Swazi occupation of the lowveld in the 19th
Cheetah with a fresh kill

Forget Usain Bolt, Meet the Fastest Creature on Land | The Cheetah


African Reptiles guide Information: Beautiful, majestic, agile and incredibly fast; a sighting of a Cheetah while on an African safari is an achievement seldom succeeded in and often longed
Parfuri. Albert Froneman

The Ecology of Kruger National Park


African Reptiles 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
The Bateleur Eagle.

Bateleur Bushveld Camp | Kruger National Park, South Africa


African Reptiles guide Information: Bateleur Camp is the oldest as well as the smallest of the bush-veld camps and has two nearby water holes ensuring game viewing excellence. It is not

Singita Lebombo Lodge Review, Kruger National Park.


African Reptiles guide Information: Singita Lebombo offers a style experience as well as a Kruger Park safari, par excellence - and the two make an exquisite combination.
Sable Antelope © Graham Cooke

Images of a Great African Park. Antelope


African Reptiles guide Information: The Kruger National Park is home to many different species of animals, from Eland to small antelope such as Duiker and Steenbok. Impala are the most
flowers

Images of a Great African Park. Kruger Park's Ecology by Region


African Reptiles guide Information: While Stevenson-Hamilton believed in 'a balance of Nature', evidence suggests that the natural environment is never in a constant state of equilibrium
Lion Sands Narina Lodge.

Safari Review | Narina Lodge, Kruger National Park, South Africa


African Reptiles guide Information: Narina Lodge is one of several luxury private safari lodges given the right to operate within South Africa’s internationally renowned Kruger
Pafuri Camp is located on the banks of the Luvuvhu River.

Pafuri Camp, Northern Kruger National Park, South Africa


African Reptiles guide Information: Pafuri Camp is a Kruger Park private safari lodge situated on the banks of the Luvuvhu River in the northern sector of the Kruger National Park. It lies within an area called
Carp species found in the Kruger National Park.

Fish Species in Kruger Park


African Reptiles guide Information: The seven rivers that cross Kruger support an extremely rich aquatic life. Forty-nine fish species are found in Kruger's rivers, including two of the
Elephants in Phalaborwa Area.

History and Geography of Kruger National Park


African Reptiles guide Information: The Big Five Game Reserve known as the Kruger National Park is South Africa's largest and second oldest safari park, spanning over 19 455 km2across both
Krugerpark history.

Kruger Park History


African Reptiles guide Information: A collection of interesting articles on the history of Kruger National Park in South Africa
River views at Tinga Lodge in Kruger National Park.

Magnificent Legends Safari Package | Absolute Romantic Escape


African Reptiles guide Information: This 3 day safari package is based on a 2 night stay at a Premier Safari Lodge on the confluence of the Sabi and Sand Rivers in Kruger Park providing an
Jackals on the run

Images of a Great African Park. The Central Region | Game Filled Savannas


African Reptiles guide Information: The sweet grasses that grow on fertile soils formed on shale and volcanic basalt, and an abundance of excellent browsing trees, sustain the largest
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