Kruger National Park
Situated in the north-east corner of the country, Kruger National Park is South Africa’s flagship game reserve, famed for many of the iconic African mammals. Altogether, it is home to 147 mammal species, over 400 bird species and numerous reptiles, amphibians and insects, making it an important conservation area.
- Kruger is one of the few areas in Africa that holds self-sustaining population of lion and wild dog.
- The 24 000-hectare Makuleke Concession is the largest private area in the Kruger.
- Makuleke is a biodiversity hotspot with 75% of all species in this region found here.