Enter the magnificent Kruger National Park in an open safari vehicle to encounter Africa's untamed wildlife in its beautiful natural surroundings. The Kruger National Park was proclaimed in 1926 and covers an area of about 21 496 km² extending over a distance of approximately 384 km from the Limpopo River in the North to the Crocodile River in the South.
The topography of the Kruger National Park is consistent except in the northern reaches, where nine of Africa’s essential ecosystems can be found. The vegetation in the Kruger National Park is mainly bushveld, varying form park-like grasslands to dense bush, especially in the rainfall season.
The Kruger National Park in South Africa is home to an abundance of different wildlife species including mammals, predators, reptiles and birds. The exciting safari drives provide the traveller with excellent opportunities to encounter Africa's wildlife and to capture the adventure on camera.
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