One of the most popular activities in the Kruger Park is animal watching. Finding those elusive animals and looking out for that unusual animal activity that is rarely seen or caught on camera.
Fencing has been taken down between most of the game reserves bordering the Kruger National Park to form a huge area where animals are free to roam and migrate.
This area is unrivalled in the diversity of its life forms and a world leader in advanced environmental management techniques and policies. The visitor will be able to see animals native to Africa in their natural environment. As this is such a large area covering different eco-zones, one will see animals more adapted to that eco-zone in that particular area.
Home to the big 5. Almost all the game reserves in this area carry the famous big 5 - Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino and Buffalo.
Some interesting facts...
53 species of fish, 517 species of bird, 35 species of reptiles and 148 species of mammals can be found in the Kruger Park
Click on the links on the right to select a game reserve for more information and accommodation.