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Shy Lion In Kruger National Park

Why Are Animals Scared of Humans

Quite often we begin one of our Kruger custom safaris in the national park itself and then move to the privacy inside Klaserie Game Reserve. What is very noticeable between the two reserves is how the animals react to the vehicle and us. Kruger National Park, the animals are very relaxed and will walk up to the vehicle, sometimes even lying next to it and falling asleep. Greater Kruger National Park, the animals are not as relaxed and you tend…

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Kruger Park Entry Gate

2019 Kruger National Park Animals Sightings

H1-1 – This road runs from Numbi Gate all the way through to Skukuza and is 55km long! This route can be quiet, but I have had some amazing lion sightings on this road, especially at Transport Dam. S65 – 13km dirt road between the H1-1 Pretoriuskop/Skukuza road and the S1 Doispane road between Phabeni Gate and Skukuza. This road produced some great lion pride sightings! S114 – This road runs from just off the H1-1 for 52km until it reaches the H3…

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African Malaria Map And Colour Chart

2020 Malaria South Africa and Kruger National Park Guide

We get asked very often about malaria and whether it is a good idea to take medication while on safari. We decided to put together a comprehensive write up on Malaria in Africa to assist you guys. Enjoy it and post any comments that you have What is malaria? It is a mosquito-borne infectious disease of humans and other animals. The disease is transmitted by mosquitoes and if not treated, people may have recurrences of the disease months later. In…

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Elephant On A Chobe Safari

Safety Tips on the Kruger Elephants

Over the last few years there have been a few unfortunate events involving elephants. There are a few reasons for this, I would like to name a few. We will then give you guys a guideline on how to approach elephants and what signs to look out for pre-charge. Elephant need a large area to roam around in. Take Kruger Park as an example. The reserve should only have around 7 000 elephants. At present, the number is around triple…

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