There is plenty of adventure, fun and ‘game’ to be had when you go on a private tour of Kruger National Park which is the largest game reserve in all of South Africa. It is so big, this park is larger than the country of Israel.
The park is so big, it is split into four regions to life easier when selecting the type of experience you want when visiting here:
Kruger Park Central Region: 30% of the park is in this region and it is where you will find half of the lion population, leopard, cheetah and hyena. You can also see antelope, buffalo and giraffe munching off the trees. This area is popular with tourists for camping.
Kruger’s Far North Region: The ecozones are different in this region. A few of the type of animals to be seen are rare bird species, the knocking sand frog, bats, nocturnal bush pig and Sharpe’s grysbok which is extremely rare. Also there are very interesting sandstone formations caused by river flood plains.