Kruger - November 2010 - the Super-Seven Part-2

by Alfred
(Strand, Western Cape)



Rhinos and warthogs

We then saw a hyena mother and pup close to Mopani and another pup near Letaba. Another 2 hyena's on the H1 - 1 near Pretoriuskop.

It was also near Pretoriuskop that we saw a pride of 3 lionesses and a magnificent black maned male cross the road.

Our last day in Kruger was filled with White Rhino, and as previously mentioned buffalo, elephants, a male cheetah having his morning ablution on the top of a no-entry sign and thereafter marked territory before sauntering off!

Then, close to the picnic spot on the H3, Wild dogs!

What a visit!

Cannot get back soon enough again!

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Jan 21, 2011
Great story
by: Jennifer

Wow what a story and I love the pictures - looks like you had a great time in the Kruger. I have always loved the Kruger because you never know what is around the next corner and I am always surprised when you do come accross something. Thanks for sharing your story and pics with us Alfred.

Jan 20, 2011
Very cool pics!
by: Henry

The cheetah pic is my favorite.

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