Kruger Park Roads & Drives - H3

The H3 Malelane Road Kruger ParkThe H3 (Malelane Road) is a main tar road in the southern Kruger that has prolific bird life and animal life, there is a high population of Leopard along this road, and 7 kilometers north and south of Afsaal Picnic spot is a prime area to look for these secretive cats. There is also quite a lot of reptile life on this road and Chameleons are especially common. After rain and during the early hours of the morning the Giant Land Snail can be found crossing the road in large numbers.

What Can Be Seen On The H3

Game Viewing: Leopard, Lion, Wild Dog, Elephant, Buffalo, Giraffe, Spotted Hyaena, Kudu, Impala, Steenbok, Bushbuck, Warthog.

Birding: Kori Bustard, Blackbellied Bustard, Black Stork, Saddle Billed Stork, Water Thick Knee, Blacksmith Lapwing, Threebanded Plover, Hamerkop, Dark Chanting Goshawk, Yellowbilled Kite, Rednecked Spurfowl, Natal Spurfowl, Helmeted Guineafowl, Eastern Blackheaded Oriole, Forktailed Drongo, Yellowbilled Hornbill, Redbilled Hornbill, Cape Turtle Dove, Emerald Spotted Wood Dove, Redeyed Dove, Barn Swallow, Cape Glossy Starling, Wattled Starling, Little Grebe, Cattle Egret, Woodland Kingfisher.

Photo's Of The H3

Giant Land Snail on H3 Malelane Road Elephant breeding herd on H3 malelane road
Lions feeding on kill on H3 road Chameleon on H3 Malelane Road