See ans smell the African way of living. This is truely the circle of life.
Each lioness develops specific skills for her role in the hunting techniques, used by her pride and, generally, assumes that role during most hunts.
A NEW HERO RISES
Animal face-off: Elephant vs. rhino battle it out at the Kruger. Iconic African animals like elephants and rhinos
The Cape buffalo, is the typical subspecies, and the largest one found in Southern and East Africa.
Trophy Photographic Safaris
As one of Africa’s most feted and iconic parks, Kruger should need no introduction.
YOU WILL NEVER FORGET
The Kruger park is the ideal place for amateur photographers and professionals alike.
Every day comes with new opportunities
At the height of the dry season all animals will gather around one single waterhole.
Always around rocks and hills.
Lions in mating season. Sometimes you will be lucky to see them near the road mating.
We are always well fed.
Nice big bull.
Symbol of Africa
The Secretary bird
The bird gets its name from its crest of long feathers that look like the quill pens 19th century office workers used to tuck behind their ears
"Named after the mopane veld that surrounds the camp, Mopani Rest Camp nestles amongst the Mopani tree covered koppies. A signature feature is the huge gnarled old baobab tree in the heart of the camp. The vegetation inside the camp is left as found in the wild, adding to the unique atmosphere of the camp."
- Kruger National Park
Letaba Rest Camp
"The name means “river of sand”, and the sandy riverbed is an excellent location for game viewing, particularly elephant, which thrive in the area. Letaba is a green oasis in the surrounding mopane veld, and remains a firm favourite with visitors. At night the stars overlook a symphony of sounds. Owls, nightjars, frogs, fruit bats, crickets and cicadas all vie to be heard, until the lion roars, then all are silent."
- Kruger National park
Olifants Rest Camp
"The camp is situated a top a hill which towers several hundred feet over the Olifants river. Views from the lookout platforms allow one to see the river below, just as a soaring eagle would survey it, as it hunts from the skies."
- Kruger National Park
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We mainly use this Raptor Guide but there are many different books you can buy and use.The Kruger National Park shops also sell these books