Editorial Note: The vast Kruger National Park stretches across two of South Africa’s Provinces: Mpumalanga and Limpopo.
Kruger National Park is highly regarded for its successful management of the environment and its conservation efforts of wildlife and the history of the region. Bushmen rock paintings and archaeological sites record the history of the people who have lived here in centuries past. Wildlife in the Park includes Africa's Big 5 (elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard), other major predators, smaller animals, birds and raptors. Adjoining Kruger National Park are a number of private game reserves providing luxury accommodation, game drives, bush walks and with some camps offering elephant back safaris.
The roads in Kruger Park are either tarred (asphalt) or well maintained gravel roads. The speed limit in the park is 50km/hour (31 miles/hour) on the tarred roads and 40km/hour (25 miles/hour) on the gravel roads. However for a good game viewing experience, slower driving is recommended.
Map of Kruger National Park
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