Kruger Park Roads & Drives - Biyamiti Loop
The S23, called the Biyamiti Loop, is a 14 kilometer sand/dirt loop road off of the S114 and follows the Biyamiti and Mahula rivers, which are mostly dry throughout the year. The S23 (Biyamiti Loop) is a very good area to see a variety of wildlife and is a scenic drive as well. There are a few small loops that go a few meters closer to the rivers, it is advisable to do these, there are often a few surprises in the river beds below.
What Can Be Seen On The Biyamiti Loop
Birding: Blackcrowned Tchagra, Go Away Bird, Woodland Kingfisher, Malachite Kingfisher, Laughing Dove, Cape Turtle Dove, Pintailed Whydah, Natal Spurfowl, Redbacked Shrike, Lilacbreasted Roller, Cape Glossy Starling, Redheaded Quelea, Forktailed Drongo, Wood Sandpiper, Senegal lapwing, Blacksmith Lapwing, Water Thick-Knee, Egyptian Goose.