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The Kruger National Park is the most well-known safari destination in the world. But is it really all it’s made out to be?
Keep reading and we’ll leave it up to you to decide.
Only 2,000,000 hectares in size, surely it can’t be such a big deal?
Kruger National Park. Photo Credit: Simon Watson
If you think it’s amazing, you’ve cat another thing coming.
A lion shakes his mane. Credit: Thorsten Hanewald
Have you herd? You even have to share your pool with them!
A herd of elephants taking a sip from the pool. Credit: Simon Watson
There’s paw-sitively nothing unique about Africa’s animals.
An endangered African wild dog running free. Credit: Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
There really is nothing new under the sun.
Sunsets in the Kruger National Park
The Lion King’s Simba is not as cute in real life compared to on the screen.
A lion cub in the Kruger National Park
You can’t find a good place to eat anywhere.
Bush dinner. Credit: Tanda Tula Safari Camp
Location doesn’t matter.
Treehouse. Credit: Lion Sands
So uninspiring, right?
Romance in the bush. Credit: Londolozi
Yawn, we’re bored already.
Lioness yawning in the bush.
The activities are so irrelephant.
Elephants cross the road in Kruger National Park.
Watching them play and hunt is not exciting at all.
Cheetahs hunting in Kruger National Park.
So basic, right? No luxury in sight.
Luxury in the bush. Credit: Silvan Safari.
Better luck nest time, there are clearly no colourful birds to see.
Lilac-breasted roller in Kruger National Park. Credit: Garance Chassaing
You can’t even enjoy your beer in peace!
Beer with a view. Credit: Tanda Tula Safari Camp.
No fancy feasts.
Fine dining. Credit: Silvan Safari
Who would like to bath here anyway?
Bath with a view. Credit: Londolozi
View from Singita Boulders Lodge. Credit: Singita Boulders Lodge
Leopard taking a sip in the Kruger. Credit: Daniel Williams
Photo credit: Luca Galluzzi
Photo: Garance Chassaing
You should definitely visit the Kruger National Park to see all the reasons that make it the most well-known safari destination in the world.
Let’s start planning your trip today! Contact our travel experts to see all of the above in real life.
Header image credit: Jabulani Safari Lodge
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Love this Tania, and love Kruger! Naomi
Glad you enjoyed it, Naomi! We also really love the Kruger National Park.
Really great fotos and comments!
Thank you, Scott! Glad you enjoyed it.
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