Kruger Park Roads & Drives - H2-2

H2-2 Voortrekker RoadThe Voortrekker Road (The H2-2) is a piece of history within the Kruger National Park as this is the route where many early travellers took to transport goods to Mozambique, the famous dog, Jock of the Bushveld was born along this road and you can visit the exact spot where the famous dog was born. The entire road is roughly 42 kilometers in length. The H2-2 Voortrekker Road is known for sightings of the Kruger's various rare antelope species.

What Can Be Seen On The H2-2

Game Viewing: Southern Reedbuck, Lichtenstein's Hartebeest, Eland, Tssessebe, Impala, Burchell's Zebra, Steenbok, Elephant, Kudu, Chacma Baboon, Leopard, Lion, Cheetah.

Birding: Magpie Shrike, Brubru, Helmeted Guineafowl, Red Collared Widow, Cape Glossy Starling, Burchell's Starling, Redchested Cuckoo, Darkcapped Bulbul, Woodland Kingfisher, Chinspot Batis, Arrowmarked Babbler, Bateleur, Go Away Bird, Egyptian Goose, Woollynecked Stork.

Photo's Of The H2-2

H2-2 Voortrekker Road Kruger Park Baboons on H2-2 voortrekker Road
Impala on the h2-2 voortrekker road Steenbok on h2-2 voortrekker road