Lions at Mopani

by Xikombiso Maaga

Lions near Mopani Camp

Lions near Mopani Camp

We heard so many stories about game veiwing at Kruger national park. stories like you can only spot the big five animals on the southern part of the park or you have to visit the park during a specific period for you to see big five animals. My family and I have been visiting the park every december since 2004.We usually start at Mopani and move towards the southern part of the park until crocodile bridge.

Throughout the years we enjoyed our stay there and were able to spot all big five animals every time we visit the park (in our own vehicle). For us there is no other national park like the Kruger........

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Oct 15, 2015
by: Anonymous

The post is about Lions at Mopani camp and I am searching for an interesting stuff to read on lions and you have provided very interesting post here for us.

May 26, 2010
So true
by: Lionel

You are so right Xikombiso - the big-five can be seen anywhere in the park - I think it's the tour guides that try and make out that it's difficult to see the animals and you need their 'expertise' to find the game!

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