Kruger - November 2010 - the Super-Seven Part-1

by Alfred
(Strand, Western Cape)

Male Lion

Male Lion

Male Lion
Giraffe suckling
Leopard at Mopani

I'd not been to Kruger in years and then in 2010 was lucky enough to visit in April and November.

November was beautiful with the bush being lush and green and yet we saw the most animals we had ever seen!

We saw elephants every day of our 5 day visit. I was a bit dissapointed with our buffalo sightings in that they were mostly individual animals until our last day while on our way leaving the park we came across 2 enormous buffalo herds numbering in the hundreds!

Our second day saw 4 lions resting in the shade right next to the H1-5 between Olifants and Letaba.

Close to Mopani, we saw our first ever leopard in Kruger. What an experience!

We also a black mamba crossing the road.

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Jan 19, 2011
Mopani is a good area!
by: Anton

Don't forget that the experts also tell us that Mopani has no game, yet you see a leopard - the most elusive animal!

Jan 19, 2011
The Super-Seven in 5 days!
by: Mario

Great sightings Alfred - and in November when people are told by the 'experts' that we won't see much - well done!

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