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Game Drive from Orpen to Olifants


images Information: The most direct route between Orpen and the northern camps of Olifants and Letaba is the highly-recommended Timbavati Road (S39). Alternatively one may

Game Drive from Orpen to Satara


images Information: The most direct route from Orpen Gate to Satara is the tarred H7. One can include the Rabelais Loop dust road (S106). The closest water hole to Orpen
Maribou Stork and Vultures

Game Drive from Orpen to Skukuza


images Information: Orpen to Skukuza The most direct route between Orpen and Skukuza is the Nhlanguleni Road (S36), the dust road that bypasses Tshokwane and joins up with
Lion cub playing

Game Drive from Satara to Olifants


images Information: The most direct route between Satara Rest Camp and Olifants Rest Camp is the H1-4 tarred road. However, an interesting alternative is to take the S40
Three baboons

Game Drive from Satara to the Lebombo


images Information: The grasslands to the east of Satara are rich in game because of the nutritious grazing associated with the underlying basalt. There are two main roads
Cubs playing with Lion

Game Drives in Satara and Surrounds


images Information: Satara is good lion country and sightings of these magnificent beasts are possible on any of the roads around the camp. The surrounding area is at
Grasslands before a storm. Heinrich van den Berg

Game Drives in the Mluwati Concession


images Information: The Mluwati Concession is a 10 000-ha private reserve east of Talamati some 40km from Orpen Gate. It has three luxury camps which overlook the beautiful
group of zebra

Explore South Eastern Kruger Park


images Information: There's more chance of seeing the Big Five in the south-east of the Park than just about anywhere else in Kruger. Water is available all year round
Sable antelope

Explore the South West of Kruger Park


images 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
Hippo

Game Drives from Lower Sabie to Skukuza


images 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
Jousting impala rams

Game Drive around the Biyamiti Area


images 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
Buffalo wallowing in a river

Game Drive from Crocodile Bridge Gate


images Information: 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

Game Drive from Crocodile Bridge to Lower Sabie


images Information: 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

Game Drives from Crocodile Bridge to Malelane


images Information: There are several routes between Crocodile Bridge and Malelane. The most direct route is the Crocodile River Road (S25), while the longer route
Burchell'c Coucal. Nigel Dennis.

Game Drives from Crocodile Bridge to Skukuza


images 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.
Wild dog pups. Albert Froneman.

Game Drives from Lower Sabie to Tshokwane


images Information: 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
Zebra on gamedrive

Game Drives on Lower Sabie Nhlowa Road


images Information: 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
Plains Camp

Game Drives from Skukuza to Satara


images 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
Vervet Monkey and Infant

Game Drive along the Matjulu Loop


images 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
Wildebeest and stork

Game Drive around Pretoriuskop Area


images Information: One of the dominant features on this road (S7) is Shabeni Mountain (759m), the biggest undisturbed rock face in the Park. One of the most dramatic drives
Buffalo cooling of in river. G Cooke

Game Drive from Malelane to Berg en Dal


images Information: There are two ways to get to Berg-en-Dal from Malelane. The most direct way is via the tar road section of the S110, while the longer route is is to
Prowling cheetah

Game Drive from Malelane to Crocodile Bridge


images Information: There are usually lots of impala along the Crocodile River Road (S25) and therefore a chance of seeing cheetah and other predators which prey on this
Baboon with three young

Game Drive from Malelane to Skukuza via Biyamiti Weir


images Information: The first few kilometres of the S114 follows the Crocodile River between Malelane Gate and the Timfenheni Loop (S121) turn-off. There are often impala
Black Rhino browsing. Nigel Dennis

Game Drive from Numbi Gate


images 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
Zebras grazing.

Game Drive from Malelane Gate


images Information: The granite koppies adorned with large-leaved rock figs and bushwillows, and the valleys graced by jackal-berries, magic guarries and tambotis
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