KRUGER NATIONAL PARK
The Kruger National Park is part of the pride of South Africa with it's variety of wild animals and scenery. A typical savanna setting of grasslands and bushveld forms the habitat of the animals, with the mighty Limpopo river as one of its borders. The Kruger National Park boasts with wild animals, including the Big Five of Africa over a large stretch of kilometers.
The Reserve was established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Lowveld & stretches over nearly 2 million hectares. The Kruger National Park has a large variety of life forms including 336 tree species, 49 fish species, 34 amphibian species, 114 types of reptiles, 507 bird species and 147 types of mammals.
Man's coming to the Lowveld environment throughout centuries is very evident in the reserve. From Bushman rock paintings to amazing archaeological sites, presenting cultures, persons, and events are conserved along with the natural assets.
There are several camps for overnighting, of which the main camps includes Berg-en-Dal Camp, Crocodile Bridge Camp, Letaba Camp, Lower Sabie Camp, Mopani Camp, Olifants Camp, Orpen Camp, Pretoriuskop Camp, Punda Maria Camp, Satara Camp, Shingwedzi Camp & Skukuza Camp. These camps include accommodation facilities.
There are 2 Bush Lodges in the Kruger National Park. At Boulders Bush Lodge and Roodewal Bush Lodge you can relax with the wilderness of Africa around you.
The reserve also boasts with a number of bush camps where people can pitch tents and caravans. Some of the camps are Bateleur Camp, Biyamiti Camp, Shimuwini Camp, Sirheni Camp & Talamati Camp.
Depending on your preference and budget, you can basically overnight in any style you would like to in the Kruger National Park.
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