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Tips on how to experience the vast Kruger Park

If you were across South Africa, you should have made a trip to the world famous Kruger South Africa Park in the north eastern province called Mpumalanga. Generally game park is 20,000 square kilometers on the border of Mozambique for the east and Zimbabwe for the north. It is a mere 440km drive coming from Johannesburg business district.

There isn't an national park that prepares visitors for the great beauty around the South Africa safari holidays like Kruger. The national park brings around 1.5 million tourists per annum causing it to be South Africa's second biggest attraction following the Cape Town beaches. Its park rangers normally proficient having outstanding details on the wilderness as well as all the mammals there.

Kruger National Park includes a number of smaller privately owned reserves which include Sabi Sands private reserve in the south east, famed for its 5-star South Africa game lodges. From the western part are Timbavati, Makalali, Thornybush, Sabi Sabi and Malewane private Reserves. Along with this kind of wide grasslands atmosphere, the park does not fail with its big selection of wild animals.

On your walking safari within the park, you are going to find lion prides, wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, giraffe, African Elephants, the endangered dog, hyena, antelopes and even warthogs. Primates for example the baboons, colobus monkeys and even bushbaby, remain common sights around the park. Bird watching enthusiasts should expect birds that include European roller, pelicans, vultures, bustards, bee eaters, eagles, hornbills and even starlings in the course of the rainy period.

Game viewing will be fantastic every month nevertheless perfect around the early dry season about April up to September. Different wild animals gather on the river bed and also water holes to find drinking water at the morning. October up to March stands out as the wet season when the park is filled with plenty of lush pastures and even reduced views for roaming animals. Doing game drives is usually enjoyable in the early morning and even at sunset. You will also discover more than 100 rock art pieces within just the park you may visit on the way

South Africa overnight accommodation from Kruger Park is notably the best and fits in each spending budget. There will be anything such as 5-star tented camp lodges, self catering chalets to bush camping. Part of the prominent private game lodges found in the different game reserves include Skukuza Lodge, Grand Kruger Lodge and even Crocodile Bridge. Sabi Sabi private game reserves boasts the most luxurious lodging such as Selati camp, Little Bush Camp, Earth Lodge and even Sabi Safari Lodge amongst others. Part of the amenities here are swimming pool, luxury rooms, with balcony as well as delectable cooking.



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