Kruger Park :

The Kruger National Park is one of the world’s foremost wildlife sanctuaries covering over 2000 hectares.
Bordering Mpumlanga and Limpopo it lays in South Africa’s most northern area. 

The Kruger Park was founded by President Paul Kruger in 1898.   He wanted to establish a wildlife sanctuary to protect the wildlife in its natural habitat and save them from hunters. The first warden was appointed in 1902 and was established at present day Skukuza where he worked in the park for over 40 years. It was opened to the public in 1927 for visitors to view animals and plant life that could have easily been lost.

The vision today is still to conserve the priceless wildlife heritage and thus the authorities endeavor to involve the communities surrounding this exquisite place.

It has an amazing botatanic diversity and is home to over 145 mammal species including the Big 5. 

The Kruger Park is a destination that should be on every tourist’s list and once visited it will be forever in your memory.
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