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KRUGER NATIONAL PARK
Kruger NationalPark is South Africa’s most exciting African safari destination. Kruger National Park is one of the largest Game reserves in Africa. It covers an area of 19,633 square kilometres (7,580 sq mi) in the provinces of Limpopo and Mpumalanga in north eastern South Africa, and extends 360 kilometres (220 mi) from north to south and 65 kilometres (40 mi) from east to west. It became South Africa’s first National park in 1926. In the north is Zimbabwe, and to the east is Mozambique.
All the Big Five game animals(Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant and Rhino) are found at Kruger National Park, which has more species of large mammals than any other African Game Reserve (at 147 species). Out of the 517 species of birds found at Kruger, 253 are residents, 117 non-breeding migrants, and 147 nomads.
Steeped in Legend and History, the iconic Kruger National Park in South Africa is waiting for you to explore its vast landscapes and spectacular views and African wildlife.
MAPUNGUBWE NATIONAL PARK
Mapungubwe National Park was established in 1995 and covers an area of over 28,000 hectares (69,000 acres). The park protects the historical site of Mapungubwe Hill, which was the capital of the Kingdom of Mapungubwe, as well as the wildlife and riverine forests along the Limpopo River.
The park is the ideal location for anyone interested in wildlife and birds, to those in search of serenity, identity and the extraordinary history of this Park. Mapungubwe National Park is renowned for its scenic landscape, with sandstone formations, woodlands, riverine forest and baobab trees.
Pilanesberg NATIONAL PARK
The Pilanesberg National Park, is located in the North West Province of South Africa and the Park borders the entertainment complex of Sun City/Lost city. The Pilanesberg Alkaline Ring Complex is the park’s main geological feature.This vast circular geological feature is ancient even by geological standards as it is the crater of a long extinct volcano and the result of eruptions some 1,200 million years ago. It is one of the largest volcanic complexes of its type in the world.
The park has a rich array of southern African wildlife including the Big Five, the five most dangerous game animals in Africa(Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant and Buffalo). Over 360 bird species were counted. The Park is Malaria free.
Sun City /Lost City has a luxury casino, resort (Valley of the waves)and entertainment complex . The Lost City, complete with the ‘Shrine of the Sacred Monkey’, ruins of old temples, ancient carvings, grottos – an illusion of some idyllic ancient civilisation rediscovered.
The main attraction at the Valley of Waves is the Roaring Lagoon – a 6,500 square metre wave pool with hydraulic mechanisms that generate waves of up to 1.8 metres every 90 seconds.
One breathtaking view after another – that’s South Africa’s famous Panorama Route, where you’ll experience mountains, sky, forests and the truly impressive Blyde River Canyon, one of the world’s largest canyons.The Blyde River Canyon’s lush subtropical foliage makes it the world’s largest ‘green canyon’.
The Mpumalanga Drakensberg escarpment, where the Highveld falls away to the plains of the low-lying country, has more waterfalls than any other area in South Africa. Numerous rivers and streams flow over the jagged edge of the great plateau, waging through ravines and kloofs before descending on the Lowveld floor. All along the courses, there are waterfalls, ranging in size from tiny cascades to dramatic torrents.
Come and explore the Spectacular Panorama Route with it’s stunning views over the Lowveld and it’s beautiful natural wonders!