Where To Find/See/Look For Wild Dog In the Kruger National Park
The African Wild Dog (Painted Wolf, Cape Hunting Dog) are probably the rarest of the largest predators in the Kruger and to get a glimpse of these animals is an unbelievable experience. Below is a guide of where to specifically look for African Wild Dog in the Kruger National Park, its starts off with a list of the best areas to visit and roads to drive and there is a distribution map of the hotspots of where this animal occurs most frequently.
Read more about Kruger's Wild Dogs here...
What Roads, Waterholes, Lookouts & Camps Are Best To See The African Wild Dog In The Kruger National Park?
- The Skukuza pack occurs along the following roads: H11, H1-1, S65, S112, S114, S22, H3
- Mahonie loop
- Delta loop
- Biyamiti weir
- S110 tar road
- S25 close to crocodile bridge
- Renosterkoppies dam
- Around Pretoriuskop
- Around Orpen
- Napi Waterhole