Red Rocks Loop (S52)
Kruger National Park

Red-backed shrike, woolyneck stork, glossy starlings, hoopoes and a variety of kingfishers can be seen in this area. The Red Rocks Loop get out point is also well worth visiting.

The Red Rocks Loop (S52) route traces the Shingwedzi River into the Mopane woodlands. It can also be reached through the main road to Mopane which runs parallel to the southern bank of the Shingwedzi. Both of these routes feature riverine forest at its most beautiful.

Red Rocks Loop (S52)

Red-backed shrike, woolyneck stork, glossy starlings, hoopoes and a variety of kingfishers can be seen in this area. The Red Rocks get out point is a beautiful place well worth visiting. The Red Rock Route ends at the Tshanga get out point unless you will be traveling to Bateleur Camp on the edge of the Rooibosrant Dam.

Tshanga is the perfect place to visit if you are looking of privacy and isolation. Climb the rocks around the site which offers views of the Tshanga River and the Mopaneveld to the southeast.

Red Rocks Loop Map

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