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Kruger was simply outstanding. Absolutely loved it.
We go to the Kruger once a year and always find it refreshing. There is still plenty of wild life and the opportunity to site predators like lion, cheetah's as well as rhino, buffalo, elephant and other species always makes a trip worth the while. The entry into the Park at the gate is however a painful experience and should be improved.
We went twice during our 4 day stay to 2 different gates, and what an amazing experience it was! Many animals were out and about, among them rhinos, hippos, lions and we even got to see wild dogs ripping into a fresh kill. Definitely highly recommend Crocodile and Malelane gates and the staff there.
Most of the camps are close enough to ensure that you still experience the Big 5 and that you get to your destination in time.
Clean and safe.
There is no place like Kruger!
We saw all the BIG 5 with the exception of the tiger.
Lower Sabie we had a picnic there.
The second largest game reserve, the Kruger National Park is south Africa’s flagship Game reserve. Originally the Kruger Park was the Sabi Game Reserve, and it was only in 1927 when the National Parks Act was declared that the... Show more
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