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Letaba Restcamp - Kruger National Park| krugerpark.com    -   Northern half of the park. Closest entry/exit is the Phalaborwa Gate

Letaba Restcamp - Kruger National Park| krugerpark.com - Northern half of the park. Closest entry/exit is the Phalaborwa Gate

A crocodile lunges, sending impalas jumping in all directions at Kruger national park, South Africa. #crocodile #wildlife #kruger #impalas #jumping #southafrica Photograph: Caters News Agency. by @guardian

A crocodile lunges, sending impalas jumping in all directions at Kruger national park, South Africa. #crocodile #wildlife #kruger #impalas #jumping #southafrica Photograph: Caters News Agency. by @guardian

Marloth-Leopard st 4140 Self Catering House in Marloth Park, Kruger, Mpumalanga Click to see more http://www.wheretostay.co.za/marloth-leopard-st-4140-self-catering-accommodation-marloth-park  Fully furnished 6 sleeper holiday house nestled in the heart of Marloth Park, where you can expect plenty of wildlife visiting the house. Lionspruit and Kruger Park just meters away, separated by the Crocodile River.

Marloth-Leopard st 4140 Self Catering House in Marloth Park, Kruger, Mpumalanga Click to see more http://www.wheretostay.co.za/marloth-leopard-st-4140-self-catering-accommodation-marloth-park Fully furnished 6 sleeper holiday house nestled in the heart of Marloth Park, where you can expect plenty of wildlife visiting the house. Lionspruit and Kruger Park just meters away, separated by the Crocodile River.

Baumhaus in Hoedspruit, Südafrika. Stay in our premiere couples self-catering tree house with its own kitchen, braai (BBQ), and boma. Our thatched roofed tree house is elevated to afford the best view of the African wildlife and mountains. Close to Kruger Park or just relax in natu...

Baumhaus in Hoedspruit, Südafrika. Stay in our premiere couples self-catering tree house with its own kitchen, braai (BBQ), and boma. Our thatched roofed tree house is elevated to afford the best view of the African wildlife and mountains. Close to Kruger Park or just relax in natu...

Olifants Restcamp - Kruger National Park| krugerpark.com

Olifants Restcamp - Kruger National Park| krugerpark.com

Cambalala - Kruger Park Lodge  Bush Lodge (Self Catering) (GAME NEARBY) Accommodation in Hazyview, Lowveld & Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga http://www.wheretostay.co.za/cambalala/  Our privately owned self catering guest house / vacation rental is set in the award winning 4 star wildlife & golf resort of Kruger Park Lodge - South Africa. Within easy access of the Kruger National park and scenic sights of the Blyde River Canyon.

Cambalala - Kruger Park Lodge Bush Lodge (Self Catering) (GAME NEARBY) Accommodation in Hazyview, Lowveld & Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga http://www.wheretostay.co.za/cambalala/ Our privately owned self catering guest house / vacation rental is set in the award winning 4 star wildlife & golf resort of Kruger Park Lodge - South Africa. Within easy access of the Kruger National park and scenic sights of the Blyde River Canyon.

Mopani Restcamp - Kruger National Park| krugerpark.com

Mopani Restcamp - Kruger National Park| krugerpark.com

4 APRIL:  A group of thirsty impalas jump to avoid a crocodile that had been hidden in the water at the edge of a river in Kruger National Park South Africa. The unusual shot was captured by amateur photographer John Mullineux; In the hours I sat there there were five attempts  but every time the impalas got away. This was a quintessential African experience but a scene I have never photographed." Crocodiles are believed to have changed very little in the past 20 million years. These large…

4 APRIL: A group of thirsty impalas jump to avoid a crocodile that had been hidden in the water at the edge of a river in Kruger National Park South Africa. The unusual shot was captured by amateur photographer John Mullineux; In the hours I sat there there were five attempts but every time the impalas got away. This was a quintessential African experience but a scene I have never photographed." Crocodiles are believed to have changed very little in the past 20 million years. These large…

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