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Situated at the North-Eastern tip of South Africa, it boasts the biggest National Parks in Africa which spans over the Mpumalanga and Limpopo province. As a result of surrounding private reserves dropping their fences, the surface area now spans 19 633 km² allowing wildlife to roam freely between reserves. This has created a wildlife area which is truly unforgettable, showcasing multiple species:

  • 147 Mammals
  • 114 Reptiles
  • 507 Bird Species
  • 34 Amphibians
  • 336 Tree Species

Established in 1898 by the President of the Transvaal, Paul Kruger, after realising that the Lowveld animals needed to be protected, therefore the area between the Sabie and Crocodile Rivers was set aside for restricted hunting in 1884. Kruger’s revolutionary plan only fully came to fruition in 1898 when the Sabie Game Reserve was established (later to be renamed the Kruger National Park).

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