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The Top Facts to Know about Kruger National Park

Are you planning for a visit to the Kruger National Park, South Africa? Basically, there are a few things that you will need to know of before you get to this world famed safari destination. The one thing that is a fact and you will love about this place is that you will have had a sample of what an experience it will be being at one of the largest and oldest National Parks in South Africa and by extension the continent as well. The views, lessons learnt, recreational activities and the photography of nature that comes with it are nothing but phenomenal as well. See below what an overview of the National Park is all about.

First and foremost, the Park will allow you to have a taste of uniqueness when it comes to what a park is to come with. By far and large, no park comes as close to the variety in species of mammals, reptiles and trees that the Kruger National Park has to offer its visitors. On a close analysis, it will get you an impressive number of species such as over 300 tree species, a good number as well of the fishes estimated close to range close to fifty different species, 34 amphibian species, over 100 reptiles, birds of varied species and over 100 mammal species. The area that is covered by the park is as well stretchy and as such you will enjoy your safari holiday when you are in this destination, being about 350 kilometers stretching to the south and being close to 60 kilometers wide. At the Park, Kruger National Park, you can as well enjoy the view of a number of rivers passing through it.

Looking at location and history, you will find the park in the North Eastern South Africa being in two provinces, the Mpumalanga and Limpopo provinces. This is the Park that will see you edge on the borders of the two countries on either side, Mozambique on the east and Zimbabwe to the north. It may have been a park of two parks, the Sabie Sabie Game Reserve and Limpopo National Park but after the fence separating the two were brought down in the year 2002 and today we have the one great safari destination ever of the largest sizes.

Talking of size, this park has such a wide area covering an area of 20,000 square kilometers in the South African country. This park has a huge number of visitors patronizing it on an annual basis, estimated to clock over one million in such a time span so learn more about this park.

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