'Kruger Park History'

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kingfisher taking off. R Miller

Drive from Johannesburg to Kruger National Park


Kruger Park History 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
wild dog

Explore Kruger Park's Central Grasslands


Kruger Park History Information: The central grasslands have the highest lion population in Kruger. That's because of the availability of prey. The nutritious grasses support some of the
Cultural Heritage Sites: Masorini hill

Cultural Heritage Sites in Kruger National Park


Kruger Park History Information: There are approximately 254 known cultural heritage sites in the Kruger National Park, including approximately 130 recorded rock art sites. THULAMELA
Leopard with Kill. Heinrich van den Berg

Explore the Skukuza Area of Kruger Park


Kruger Park History Information: The Sabie River bush between Skukuza and Lower Sabie has one of the highest concentrations of leopard in the world.
Theres always the odd one

Game Drive from Pretoriuskop to Malelane


Kruger Park History 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
Flights to Kruger

Why Drive when you can Fly to Kruger Park?


Kruger Park History Information: Here's a Kruger Park Flight Map showing the main departure centres and the three airports closest to the gates of the South and Central areas
Plains Camp

Game Drives from Skukuza to Satara


Kruger Park History Information: There are two main roads between Skukuza and Satara in the central grasslands. These are the main tar road via Tshokwane (H1-2) and the Nhlanguleni
Accommodation with bush view at Camp Shawu.

Relaxing Kruger Escape | Classic Kruger Safari Package


Kruger Park History Information: Enjoy a relaxing safari in the heart of the famous Kruger National Park. Go on leisurely game drives and see the varied wildlife of the region and enjoy
Sable antelope

Explore the South West of Kruger Park


Kruger Park History Information: The botanically rich, high-rainfall mountainveld of the south-west provides habitat niches for some of Kruger's rarest antelope. This is the only part of
Two young lions in the roadway

Five Days in Eden


Kruger Park History Information: After a comfortable four hour drive from Johannesburg we arrived at the Numbi gate of the Kruger National Park where our hosts for the next three days
Jackals on the run. G Cooke

Game Drives around Engelhard Dam


Kruger Park History 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
Elephant and calf at river. G Cooke

Game Drive around Olifants in the Southern Mopaneveld


Kruger Park History Information: The landscape south of Olifants is unique to this part of Kruger, Olifants rugged veld is a rocky, wooded habitat that is a combination of knob-thorn
Letaba River. Hilton Barber

Game Drive from Phalaborwa to Letaba


Kruger Park History Information: The main route between Phalaborwa Gate and Letaba is the H-9 past Masorini. Alternatively one can take the S131 dust road, a road of featureless
Sable Ram

Game Drive in the Phlaborwa Gate Area


Kruger Park History Information: The character of northern Kruger is entirely different from that of the south. This is because of the drier climate and the dominance of one main

Game Drive in the Southern Mopaneveld. Around Olifants, Letaba Area


Kruger Park History Information: The area around Letaba has long been a site of human habitation. Archaeologists believe that some of the first Bantu-speaking people moving into southern
Elephant calf

Game Drives from Letaba to Mopani


Kruger Park History Information: There is a single main road linking Letaba and Mopani camps, but there are a number of detours off this road including the Tsendze Loop and the Nshawu
Hyena and Pup

Game Drives from Letaba to Mozambique


Kruger Park History Information: The route between Letaba Camp and the Mozambique border post of Giriyondo includes the main Mopani Camp road (H1-6) and the Giriyondo Road (H15)
Giraffe up close

Game Drives from Letaba to Olifants in the Southern Mopaneveld


Kruger Park History Information: There are two main choices travelling between Letaba and Olifants. These are the main Letaba-Olifants tar road (H1-5) and the slightly longer Letaba
Mopani Worm.

Game Drives from Phalaborwa to Mopani


Kruger Park History Information: The most direct route between Phalaborwa and Mopani is the H14, which is also the main access road to Shimuwini and Boulders Camps. The longer route
Bat-earred Fox Pup

Game Drives from Tshokwane to Satara


Kruger Park History Information: The earth-shaking roar of a lion can be heard over five kilometres away; the lion's roar is the loudest vocal sound created by any felid
Pail Kruger monument. Hilton Barber

Game Drive Safari from Paul Kruger Gate


Kruger Park History Information: Paul Kruger Gate is the closest entrance to Skukuza and the quickest way to get in and out of the Park from Kruger's “capital”. One is confronted by the
Phabeni Gate. Hilton Barber

Game Drive Safari from Phabeni Gate


Kruger Park History Information: Phabeni Gate was built in 2002 to ease access to the Park for people travelling from Johannesburg or Pretoria via Hazyview. Its contemporary African
Photo of Giraffe family.

Game Drive Safari from Phabeni to Skukuza


Kruger Park History Information: The two main options are to take the upper Sabie River Road (S3), a dirt road that tracks the Sabie River to Paul Kruger Gate, or the main tar road
Sunbird

Game Drive on the Rhino Koppies Route


Kruger Park History Information: Lake Panic and Skukuza Nursery are both accessed from the main road between Skukuza and Paul Kruger Gate (H11). Lake Panic apparently got its
Whitebacked vulture. Nigel Dennis

Game Drive on the Sabie Sands Loop


Kruger Park History 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
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