The Kruger National Park is the greatest game reserve on the planet. It is the most incredibly diverse National Park, boasting 147 various species of mammals, 517 different species of birds, 114 different types of reptiles as well as 336 types of tree species. But those are not the only reason for the Kruger Park being so special. Why is this Park so special, then? The reason: It just is.
If you’ve been to the Kruger before, you know why. If not, head on over to www.sanparks.org and make your booking today.
I am in no way officially affiliated with SANParks or the Kruger National Park, but the Kruger is my favourite place in the world, and it is my mission to bring it as much positive publicity as possible.
Keep an eye out on this page for Kruger Park facts, history, stories, wildlife, camps, roads, weather and more.
You’ll also be able to keep track of my various adventures in the Park over here, as well as on Twitter: @ExploreKNP, and on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/exploreknp
I love the Kruger National Park. I’m sure you do too. It’s great to connect with you!