Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park

The park was named after President Paul Kruger, a powerhouse of military might in 19th century South Africa. Before his intervention, hunters we’re decimating the area. He proclaimed certain areas protected in the late 1800s. These eventually joined up to become the national park. Nicknamed Uncle Paul he remains a controversial political figure but at least he liked wildlife. And children. Presumably. He had 17.

1. Private Reserves
So you want to go private? You want to be driven straight to the action? By experts? Ok, let’s do it. The Kruger’s private reserves are exclusive, conservation-driven and fancy.

You won’t be in Kruger Park itself, but in an area known as Greater Kru...


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