Safari in South Africa’s Kruger National Park

Author: , March 10th, 2013

Kruger National ParkA trip to South Africa, they say, is not complete without a visit to Kruger National Park, the country’s most ubiquitous safari destination. Tucked into South Africa’s northeastern corner, along its borders with Mozambique and Swaziland, Kruger is home not only to the “Big 5 African game, but a rugged, seemingly endless landscape that’s befitting of somewhere much deeper in Africa.

Today’s photo essay shows you Kruger National Park as I saw it, courtesy of Nomad Africa Adventure Tours, which offers overland journeys in South Africa and beyond.

The advantage of using a tour operator such as Nomad is two-fold: Not only do you not have to drive your own car, but experienced guides take you to places where animals are sure to be hanging out, and pepper your visit with interesting, informative anecdotes. Not to mention, the people you travel with on a Nomad Tour very quickly begin to feel like family!

Authored By Robert Schrader – See the Full Story at Leave Your Daily Hell

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Lake Panic at Kruger National Park

Author: , October 5th, 2011

Lake Panic at Kruger National Park
 |  Kruger Park, South Africa  |  One of the treasures of coming to Africa, is to be able to observe and enjoy animals in the wild, on their own habitat where there is almost to no interaction with human beings. Lake Panic is one of the spots in Kruger Park do so. Lake Panic is an earthen dam on the Mafunyana Creek.  > Check the Full Post and more at

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