Kruger National Park Off The Beaten Path

  • Drakensberg Escarpment (Dec 2013)
    Drakensberg Escarpment (Dec 2013)
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  • Off The Beaten Path
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  • Off The Beaten Path
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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Kruger National Park

  • 1. camps

    THIS CAMP IS SMALL COMPARED TO THE OTHERS BUT STILL A NICE CAMP, THEY HAVE A GAME VIEWING HIDAWAY THAT ONE CAN SEE THE GAME FROM , ALL THE CHALETS ARE FULLY SERVICED DAILY, AND THEY HAVE GAME DRIVES...

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  • 2. landmarks

    About 25 kms south of Satara on the H1-3 is the southern most baobab in the park. It is quite large and worth seeing especially if you do not plan on heading to the northern part of the park where...

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  • 3. walking safari

    This is probably the best way to get in touch with Africa... with the earth and animals. You will have to go on an organised tour with a guide. He will have a gun, and hopefully not have to use it!...

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  • 4. Drakensberg Escarpment

    About an hour's drive west of Klaserie/Kruger is a wall of mountains known as the Drakensberg Escarpment. Those driving to Johannesburg will have to traverse...

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  • 5. TAKE IT SLOW & ENJOY IT MORE

    Plan your trip – do not try and cover too great a distance. The Kruger National Park is a massive tract of land and frequently visitors try to cover too much...

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  • 6. Find some strange animals.

    This image is not so good due to the late time of the day I took it, but we could spot on the tree a kind of lizard, not sure exactly what is it. With its...

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  • 7. Nelspruit

    Nelspruit is the biggest town close to Kruger. It has grown phenomanally in the last decade and I think of it as a little city now actually.It was first visited...

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  • 8. Sweni Hide

    One thing we were going to pass by but decided, "what the heck, let's stretch our legs & go see it," is the Sweni Hide. Located on the Sweni River on the S37...

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  • 9. Hide

    A hide is a man-made structure, usually constructed with natural materials, designed to blend into the natural environment. Sometimes they overlook a water...

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  • 10. Waterholes

    Most animals head down to the waterholes to drink at dusk and dawn. Try to plan your driving route so you head towards a waterhole near to these times…These are...

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  • 11. Stakeout the waterholes 6.

    A tentative Kudu waits patiently for nighfall at the edge of the scrub near the waterhole. He wanders out and has a look before nervously retreating to the...

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  • 12. Stakeout the waterholes 5.

    It is incredible to see the amount of damage these huge elephants do to the environment. Love them or hate them they deserve their place in Africa but it is sad...

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  • 13. Stakeout the waterholes 4.

    An amazing array of animals take their chances every evening when they aproach the waterholes for a refreshing drink. I can not understand why they then stand...

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  • 14. Stakeout the waterholes 3.

    Even after the sun has set, a steady stream of animals still make their way to the waterhole to put an end to their thirst. There are still several species of...

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  • 15. Stakeout the waterholes 2.

    It seems that zebra love to stand in the waterholes and fowl them up. This giraffe does not mind though and bows down to suck up as much water as possible in a...

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  • 16. Stakeout the waterholes.

    Some of the best game viewing can be found around the waterholes at sunset. Most animals head toward these waterholes, that are scattered around Kruger National...

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  • 17. Check out the birdlife.

    The Kruger National Park is, without doubt, the finest birding locality in southern Africa. It provides a unique combination of wilderness areas, varied...

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  • 18. Water crossings.

    There are numerous water crossings withing the Kruger National Park. I found these crossings to be an excellent area to see water birds, crocs, hippos and...

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  • 19. The Mohonie Loop

    The 25 km loop around Punda Maria is one of the most varied and interesting loops in the park. The landscape is most unusual with koppies dotting the already...

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  • 20. Klopperfontein Dam

    This dam is located in the very north of the park right of H1-8. It is one of the few water holes that actually has a good deal of water. It usually attracts...

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  • 21. Pafuri Picnic Site

    In the very north of the Kruger Park the landscape is very different. Pafuri picnic site along the banks of the Luvuvhu River is one of the most picturesque in...

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  • 22. PILANSBERG GAME FARM

    THEY HAVE AT LEAST 7 DIFFERENT CAMPS HERE `S A FEW MANYANE, MANKWEAND BAKGATLA ALL HAVE FULL FACILITIES POOL ,BARS RESTURANTS THE NORMAL, DEFINATELY VALUE FOR...

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  • 23. Take the (unsealed) side roads

    Don't just stay on the sealed roads. They may be faster - but this isn't the goal here. If you want to watch more animals, go off these roads.Drive slowly,...

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  • 24. THE BUSHHOUSE

    ITS GOT THE BIG FIVE THAT CAN BE SEEN ON ALMOST EVRY GAME DRIVE THE GUIDES ARE GREAT THEY REALLY KNOW THERE STUFF , EVEN THE WALKS ARE GOOD NOT TO LONG THEY...

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  • 25. Kruger I S of the beaten path

    Make sure to take a good camera (digital) when visiting the wildlife parks in Africa. When digital you don't need filmrols, as they are harder to get.Beware of...

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