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Game Drives from Letaba to Olifants in the Southern Mopaneveld


letaba layout 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
Ludu bull with oxpekers. G Cooke

Kruger Park | Letaba Game Viewing Routes


letaba layout Information: Letaba is one of the most delightful camps in the Park. It offers spectacular views of the Letaba Rive, prolific bird life and a few tame bushbuck that

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


letaba layout 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
Jackals on the run. G Cooke

Game Drives around Engelhard Dam


letaba layout 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

Images of a Great African Park. Northern Region


letaba layout 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
Elephants

Explore the Olifants and Letaba Region of Kruger park


letaba layout Information: The Olifants River is generally accepted as the divide between southern and northern Kruger. To the south the vegetation is dominated by bushwillow. To
Elephant calf

Game Drives from Letaba to Mopani


letaba layout 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
The Hstoric Masorini site. B Hilton-Barber

Kruger Park | Masorini to Mopane Camp (H14)


letaba layout Information: The Mopani Phalaborwa Road (H14) passes through Shikumba Mountain. This mountain used to be occupied by the same 19th century iron making communities
Mopani Worm.

Game Drives from Phalaborwa to Mopani


letaba layout 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
Elephant statue at Letaba Restcamp.

Letaba Rest Camp | Kruger National Park, South Africa


letaba layout Information: Letaba Camp offers comfortable accommodation with excellent game viewing especially for elephant and birds. Letaba means 'river of sand, ' and the sandy
Wildebeete on the move at dusk. Nigel Dennis

Top 10 Kruger Park Self-Drives


letaba layout Information: Discover the top ten self-drive Kruger Park safari routes around Skukuza, Orpen, Pretoriuskop and Letaba and Mopani amongst others
Letaba River. Hilton Barber

Game Drive from Phalaborwa to Letaba


letaba layout 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
Tsendze Rustic Camp.

Tsendze Rustic Campsite, Kruger National Park, South Africa


letaba layout Information: Tsendze Rustic Campsite is the Kruger National Park's newest overnight facility. Tsendze Rustic Campsite offers you a rustic camping experience with the
Krugerpark history.

Kruger Park History


letaba layout Information: A collection of interesting articles on the history of Kruger National Park in South Africa
Krugerpark history.

Kruger Park Game Drives by Region


letaba layout Information: Handy self-drive traveller's guide to Kruger Park Game Drives by Region including game viewing self-drive routes to Olifants and Letaba
Elephant and calf in red dust. G Cooke

Kruger Park Facts | Rivers of Kruger Park


letaba layout Information: Six major rivers, stretch across the wilderness of Kruger Park, the Crocodile River, the Limpopo River and the Olifants, Sabie, Letaba and Luvuvhu rivers
Elephant and calf at river. G Cooke

Game Drive around Olifants in the Southern Mopaneveld


letaba layout 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
Sable Ram

Game Drive in the Phlaborwa Gate Area


letaba layout 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
Hyena and Pup

Game Drives from Letaba to Mozambique


letaba layout 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)
Bat-earred Fox Pup

Game Drives from Tshokwane to Satara


letaba layout 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
Horned Baboon Spider  Nigel Dennis

Images of a Great African Park. Wildlife


letaba layout 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
The river side restaurant at Lower Sabi camp

Restaurant and Dining Guide to Kruger Park


letaba layout Information: Find out about the restaurant and dining facilities at the Standard Self-Catering Rest Camps in Kruger National Park. Enjoy dinner at a restaurant
Buffalo hewrd arriving at a river. Hilton-Barber

Explore the North of Kruger Park


letaba layout Information: The northern expanse of mopaneveld north of Letaba to the Shingwedzi alluvial flood plains has fewer animals than most other parts of the Park

Game Drive from Orpen to Olifants


letaba layout 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
Batteleur eagle. G Cooke

Game Drive around Shingwedzi


letaba layout Information: The Shingwedzi River formed the heart of the former Shingwedzi Game Reserve, which stretched from the Letaba to the Limpopo rivers. There was not much
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