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Discovering The Kruger Park

New and recent stories from the Kruger:

Lion Kill on H4-1 Skukuza to Lower Sabie | N’watimhiri Causeway Matthew Harding tells a most amazing story with photos of lions gorging themselves on a Giraffe kill on the main road between Skukuza and Lower Sabie...

6 Lionesses Eat Old Buffalo Bull Close to Letaba Camp Kruger National Park The buffalo was trying to keep up with a large breeding herd in the area and practically committed suicide by not picking up that he was walking into his death-trap. The surprising thing is that not one Hyaena or jackal was around the kill and it took the Hooded and White Backed Vultures almost 2 days to pick up that there was a kill in the area...

Puncture In The Kruger

It had to happen sooner or later I suppose.

I'd driven many miles on the sand and at times stony roads of the Kruger without any mechanical or vehicle problems. Today was different and it happened as we were viewing 4 lionesses alongside the S90 close to Satara in the Kruger National Park...

Harry Wolhuter Biography

Born in Beaufort West, Cape, on the 14th February 1877, Wolhuter lived a life of freedom in the veld. From the time he could first remember he was a hunter...

Dragged Off By A Lion

In August 1903, Wolhuter, new to his game ranging duties, was returning from a patrol along the Olifants River. He was near the Lebombo Mountains on the eastern boundary of the Sabi Game Reserve when this encounter - the most terrifying in all African big - game narratives - took place...

Kruger's Big Five

African Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant, Rhino (Black & White), most people know these animals as the "Big 5".

The Little Five

The Little Five, as the name suggests, are smaller creatures that have the names of the Big Five in their common name: Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo.

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