Kruger Park Picnic Spots - Afsaal
The Afsaal Picnic Spot is the only picnic spot in the southern region below Lower Sabie in the Kruger National Park and is situated on the H3 and H2-2 junction. It is situated quite centrally and is on the banks of the mostly dry Mthlowa River. Afsaal is an Afrikaans word that means "a place to break the journey". Afsaal picnic spot has toilet facilities, braai stands and a shop that does prepare food.
Animals At Afsaal Picnic Spot?
A lot of the picnic spots attract animals and people often seek the wildlife that occur in the picnic spots while they are enjoying a break. Wildlife at Afsaal is not as plentiful as other picnic spots but the following can be seen at Afsaal: Leopard, Vervet Monkey, Chacma Baboon, Bushbuck, Dwarf Mongoose, African Firefinch, Blue Waxbill, African Scops Owl, Crested Barbet, Greater Blue Eared Starling, Cape Glossy Starling, African Grey Hornbill, Southern Yellowbilled Hornbill, Redbilled Hornbill.