Stevenson Hamilton memorial in Kruger National Park.
As the Kruger National Park is revered for its rich diversity of wildlife and continued conservation efforts, guests are encouraged to not only enjoy the natural scenery but to also visit the Kruger National Park Historical Landmarks.
History enthusiasts are spoilt for choice with a number of monuments, memorials, gravesites, and objects of importance on display throughout the park that dates back to the 19th century.
Unlock the secrets of Kruger National Park by stepping into its past and viewing one-of-a-kind, distinctive landmarks that made the renowned park what it is today. Many of the spots are located close to the park's accommodation facilities, so whether guests are staying over or embarking on a day trip, Kruger Park's fascinating history is but a short distance away,
De Laporte's Windmill is situated approximately 7 kilometres from Skukuza on the Naphe Road to Pretoriuskop. It too, (perhaps surprisingly) was named a...more
Perhaps as an acknowledgement of the importance of water, Duke's windmill, was also named after one of Kruger National Park's earliest rangers, Tom Duke...more
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...more
Naturally, Paul Kruger is, himself, memorialised at the Park, both with the Kruger Monument (at the Kruger Gate), and the Kruger memorial tablet. The...more
This site is situated some 11km from the Phalaborwa Gate, on the road to Letaba. As the letters PI-NE appear on the trigonometric beacon, it was...more
Skukuza Restcamp is also home to some Prospector's graves. Many of the graves from the gold rush days are unnamed. Most face east to west but some face...more
The Original hut at Rabelais' gate is still preserved. This was the original entrance gate to the central region, on to the old Orpen road to the east of...more
Sardelli's store is another such ruin. Sardelli was a trader who ran a shack in the Lebombo near the Zenga-Zenga Mountain. He brewed and sold an...more
An early family to be associated with the area were the Stols'. They were famous hunters and wagon makers from the White River area, during the two...more
The historical Struben Family Cottage in Skukuza is named for the Struben brothers, Fred and Harry. They arrived in South Africa from Germany in about...more