Kruger National Park in northeastern South Africa is one of Africa's premier national parks, largest wildlife reserves and one of the best places to see wildlife, including the "Big Five". On your safari, you'll likely encounter cheetahs, leopards, lions, hyenas, zebra, and wild dogs, as well as kudu, eland, sable antelope, and impala. Game drives, hikes, and perhaps even a hot air balloon ride will acquaint you with this expansive national park that encompasses mountain, bush plain, and tropical forest habitats that local and public groups are working hard to protect and preserve. Your safari will likely take you to the booming cities of Johannesburg, Cape Town, and the mighty Victoria Falls. Contact a South Africa travel expert to start planning your South African safari to Kruger National Park today.
Highlights of Kruger National Park
For wildlife aficionados hoping to spot the staple animals of the African savanna, Kruger National Park is the place to go. A game drive in a Jeep will take explorers into the heart of the grasslands, where you'll see animals including (but not limited to) cheetahs, leopards, lions, hyenas, zebra, and wild dogs, as well as kudu, eland, sable antelope, and impala.
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