Days 349 & 350 – Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th May 2017

The first day of our tour was incredible – we even spotted wild elephants and hippopotamuses without even trying. Here’s the itineraries from days 2 & 3 along with a few of our favourite photographs: 

​​Day 2 – Kruger National Park
Rising early this morning we enter the Kruger National Park to enjoy a full-day of game viewing. The abundance of wildlife presents us with opportunities for excellent sightings and the Kruger is also home to the famed members of Africa’s Big-5. Truly the flagship of the South African national parks, Kruger is home to an impressive number of species: 336 trees, 49 fish, 34 amphibians, 114 reptiles, 507 birds and 147 mammals.
Our activity package offers the added excitement of experiencing the park from an open-sided 4×4 vehicle.
Accommodation is at the Nkambeni Reserve (campsite with Shared Ablutions).

Day 3 – Kruger National Park
While those who elect to do the optional morning walk will have an earlier start, we set out a little later today and travel the short distance to the Panorama Route. Strung along the escarpment that divides the central plateau and low-lying bushveld of the Kruger, the sights of the Panorama Route offer us a day of scenic delights. We will visit the highlights of Bourke’s Luck Potholes, the Three Rondavels and God’s Window before returning to camp in the late afternoon.
Accommodation is at the Nkambeni Reserve (campsite with Shared Ablutions).

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About danstravelling

Dan Somogyi. Travelling the world 2016/17 with my girlfriend Abbie.
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