Kruger National Park
At nearly 2 million hectares of African bush the KNP is unrivalled in its diversity of life forms. Within its rolling hills, scrub savannah, broadleaf woodlands and meandering rivers Kruger is home to an impressive number of species including 336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians, 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 147 mammals.
Being only a four and a half hour drive from Johannesburg airport a stay in Kruger is a must for all safari enthusiasts looking to spend quiet days watching amazing wildlife and lazy evenings around the campfire listening to the sounds of the night.
The roads in the park are well maintained and the camps well equipped with all you need for your stay. Air conditioned rondavels, restaurants, shops, petrol stations and pools make Kruger an excellent choice for families and visitors wanting self catering accommodation without compromising a truly wild wildlife experience.
With its pristine wilderness, wide open spaces and awesome wildlife Namibia is the perfect antidote for modern living... and I guarantee your first visit will only be the start of a lifelong love affair with this remarkable country
Safari Guide and
founder of Your Safari