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Sightseeing in Kruger National Park

Stretching for 350 km from north to south, Kruger occupies most of what is known as the `Low veldt’- a fertile, low-lying coastal belt which is drained by five rivers. Teeming with wildlife, it is home to the Big Five - the elephant, lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo. Kruger offers enthusiasts a choice of more than 147 mammals, 500 species of birds and 114 reptiles within its premises. Little chance here of coming back disappointed; you can’t help but see wildlife- even if it’s `not that exciting’ species such as warthog, zebra, wildebeest, cheetah and impala. The rivers of the Park are home to hippos and crocodiles, while birds such as ostrich, Goliath heron, steppe buzzard, secretary bird, paradise flycatcher and plenty of other interesting species nest within the Park

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