Some more photos from my Kruger archives.

by Lourens Erasmus
(Benoni South Africa)

After descending from the tree it came and stared at me right in the face next to the car.

After descending from the tree it came and stared at me right in the face next to the car.

After descending from the tree it came and stared at me right in the face next to the car.
Leopard in a tree at the junction of S28 and H 4-2
Anj eye to eye contact with an elephant bull.
What are you looking at, Lion on the road on the H10 and S128 junction.

Certain photos bring back a lot of memories as the song says "Memories are made of this". In the past when living in Witbank we spent up to 3 weeks in the park. Camp sites have changed drastically in this time. Satara had limited sites in the center of the camp and Balule had 10 sites as you entered the gate, 5 on each side.

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Nov 17, 2015
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Love Kruger
by: Jenny

Mario and I still love Kruger, it has so much to offer.

Nov 09, 2015
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Magnificent Kruger!
by: Yvonne

Yes, the Kruger is a fantastic park - thanks for sharing

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