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Kruger Park - Iconic Wildlife Heaven

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The unique Kruger National Park and the world-renowned private game reserves that border it across the Mpumulanga and Limpopo provinces make it one of the largest wildlife conservancies in the world. Established in 1898, the 2-million hectare oldest National Park in Africa provides sanctuary to an estimated 1500 lions, 12000 elephants, 2500 buffalos, 1000 leopards and about 5000 rhinos. Cheetah, wild dog, spotted hyena, hippopotamus, giraffe, zebra, warthog and many antelope species are also regularly seen on game drives.

Boundary fences have been dropped between Kruger and its neighbouring private game reserves, such as Sabi Sands, Timbavati, Klaserie and Manyaleti, meaning that the animals are free-roaming over an area the size of Switzerland, resulting in an immense gene pool. Luxury game lodges on conservancies within the National Park itself or in the private game reserves offer superb safari experiences in pristine bushveld. The facilities at these lodges hark back to safaris of days gone by, being right in the bush but with all the modern luxuries one might want.
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