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Kruger National Park

Republic of South Africa

Cybertonature Travel Services The Kruger National Park is an enormous nature reserve stretching three hundred and fifty kilometres along the Mozambican border and being sixty kilometres wide on average. On general most of the park exists out of plat grass and bush covered plains. Better known in South Africa as the savanna or bosveld. The border with Moçambique is clear because of the allways present Lebombo mountain range that forms a natural barrier. There are a number of rivers flowing from east to west within the park. Being the Limpopo, Luvuvhu, Shingwedzi, Letaba, Olifants, Timbavati, Sabie and Crocodile river from north to south. There are seven entrances to the Kruger National Park. Or gates as they are usually called. Malelane and Crocodile Bridge in the south. The best reachable from Johannesburg the Numbi Gate and Paul Kruger Gate. There are also Orpen, close to Blyde River, Phalaborwa, Punda Maria and Pafuri more north. Noteworthy also is the fact that there is an airport at Skukuza camp which connects to many of the larger airports within South Africa such as Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban. There are also some exclusive smaller game ranges near the Kruger National Park but usually they do not offer the scenery and wildlife the Kruger National Park has to offer.

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