Kruger National Park - Unforgettable Safari Experience

Kruger National Park is situated in the North East of South Africa, Established in 1898 to protect the South African wildlife it is now one the largest game reserve in South Africa, stretching from the Crocodile River in the south the Limpopo River making it approximately 218 miles long and 41 miles wide with an approximate area of 20000 sq km.

The south of Kruger National Park is the main area to view lions and rhino; it is located between Crocodile River and the Sabie River. It is very dense vegetation here and there are plenty of species of plants and trees dominating the area and also an area of open, grassy plains.

Central Kruger is perhaps the best place for scenery and with its wide open, grassy plains also offers a haven for wildlife. You will find giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, lion, elephant, antelope and cheetah in all different areas of central Kruger.

Northern Kruger is mainly dominated tough and drought resistant forest; there are plenty of species of tree that are well equipped to deal with dry, harsh conditions. These forests are an excellent place to see elephants along with antelope, zebra, buffalo and the biggest bird in the world – the ostrich!

A safari in Kruger National Park will allow you to explore the diverse areas and see a huge range of plants and wildlife with 147 types of mammals, 507 types of birds, 148 types of reptiles and amphibians and over 330 types of trees you are spoilt for choice! Also a world leader in advanced environmental management Kruger National Park is a safe place for wildlife to be appreciated and respected.

Many people choose South Africa and in particular Kruger National Park for their safari holiday as the diversity and range of wildlife and plants you can see is unbelievable. For an amazing South Africa Safari experience you will never forget Kruger National Park is the place to visit!

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