Kruger Park South Africa

Kruger Park South Africa

It is one of the largest Game Reserves in the World. What is recommended when planning to visit is to stay over for at least three or four nights or longer if possible! It is easy to get to from Johannesburg and Pretoria! It has nine main entrances and is an ideal park for game viewing and the unexpected.

Kruger Park South Africa

It may be a herd of Elephant crossing,a Buffalo/Lion confrontation,Warthogs scampering off with their tails up!!!Hearing the wildlife sounds when lying in bed? Whatever it is, it will make the visit memorable!

The Dry Season is May to September when game viewing is at it's peak! The Rainy Season November to March is also worth it as there is still plenty of Game playing a little "Hide and Seek" ! It may be Leopard, Hippo, African Buffalo,Cheetah and more!

Bird life is also diverse and plentiful Bird life,Flora and Fauna are in abundance here.

Kruger Park  One mention for music lovers is the "Sunset Serenade"Classical Music Concert held NEXT in  2017 at one of the Camps on the banks may be on the Letaba river set in three unique look out areas with beautiful scenery and plenty of game to see Ask SANParks for DATES!

                          Kruger Park South Africa

The main camp is Skukuza where arrangements can be made for game drives,guided walking/wilderness trails! It has two swimming pools,a golf course, shops,Bank and a near by nursery where plants can be purchased!

These facilities are available when staying at Skukuza! It is one of the best camps for game viewing. It over looks the Sabi river. The Hippo call this there home as they are always there! Baboons are not far away and love to make a noise and be noticed !

It is recommended again allowing plenty of time to really get the most out of this wonderful experience three or four day minimum so it can be really soaked in! Please contact me on my "Contact Us" form with your questions and messages!

GREAT PROGRESS with Convicting rhino poachers in South Africa!Dr Cindy Harper, Head of Veterinary Genetics Laboratory (VGL) at the Faculty of Veterinary Science at the University of Pretoria in South Africa started a research project to extract DNA from rhino horn in 2007. She found that the DNA taken from a specific rhino horn can match DNA found on any other part of the rhino or its carcass.

This meant that when a rhino horn is found in the possession of a poacher,DNA can link it to a carcass found in the veld, which can lead to a conviction. Since then, the faculty of Veterinary Services of the University of Pretoriahas developed 1 000 DNA kits, which were handed over to the South African National Parks (SANParks) earlier this year for use in its anti-poaching campaign, especially when facing poachers in court.

Kruger Park South Africa

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