Africa  | 01/08/2017

The KRUGER National Park

Kruger Park, the largest of South Africa's seventeen national parks, is also the oldest in Africa. It was established in 1898, two decades later than Yellowstone, in the United States, which was the first declared national park.

It currently occupies almost two million hectares of northeastern South Africa. It has the same area as the Cáceres province.

Kruger deserves a multi-day stay, and offers options to see the Big Five, the elephant, the buffalo, the lion, the leopard and the rhino.

With more than 2700 specimens,the lion is king of Kruger, although the cheetah and the African wild dog are habitual. Zebras, impalas and giraffes abound, as well as an extraordinary avifauna.



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Agosto 2017

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