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Elephant, Amboseli

Anything Can Happen in the Bush

The following bush action isn’t guaranteed. However, it can be experienced if you’re in the right place at the right time with a professional safari guide.

10 Day South & North Kruger Safari

Disappear into the Wilderness...

Elephant herd gathered at waterhole

Kruger National Park is the flagship of South Africa’s national parks. It owes its name to Paul Kruger, affectionally known as Oom Paul, the President of the Transvaal Republic from 1880 to 1900, now present-day South Africa. President Kruger proposed the need to protect South Africa’s wildlife in 1884, and the Kruger opened in 1926.

Kruger National Park stretches 218 miles (352 km) from North to South along the Mozambique border. It consists of numerous concessions and reserves, each offering unique insights into its vast and ancient ecosystem, from dinosaurs to apex predators.

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