Kruger Park Wildlife Safaris
There are approximately 10000 Giraffes in the Kruger National Park. They are gregarious and live in nonterritorial loose groups of up to 20 at a time, a behaviour that apparently allows for increased vigilance against predators. They have excellent eyesight, and when one giraffe notices approaching danger it will keep staring until the others look in that direction too. Giraffes live up to 26 years in the wild and slightly longer in captivity.
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Valid 1 June-31 Aug 2020. Day Tour group offers aimed specifically at Mpumalanga locals to catch up with family and friends they might not have seen for a while and reconnect with nature as soon as current COVID-19 travel restrictions are relaxed to allow intraprovincial travel within Mpumalanga and the Kruger Park re-opens for visitors.
During a recent Group tour in the Kruger National Park we saw this leopard dragging her kill underneath the road through a water drainage pipe to come out on the other side. She had to drag the kill a long way to get to a tree big enough, and she had to stop and rest frequently. It was an incredible sighting !!
Herd of Elephants at the river, filmed at eye level by Kruger South Safaris South Africa guide Felicity
The Kruger National Park was first established by the then President of the Transvaal, Paul Kruger, in 1898 and his name has become synonymous with the South African wildlife experience.
The African elephant is a genus comprising two living elephant species, the African bush elephant and the smaller African forest elephant. Both are herbivores and live in groups. They have grey skin and differ in the size of their ears and tusks, and in the shape and size of their skulls.
Predators vs. Buffalo - An incredible encounter between lion, buffalo and crocodile.
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