Photos - Kruger Park (South Africa) 

With its 19000 km2 the Kruger National Park is the largest game reserve in South Africa and is reportedly the most biodiverse game reserve on earth. It dates back to the beginning of the 20th century and has been declared a National Park in 1926. In the first decade of its existence, the park has been visited by some 10000 visitors a year which increased to over 1.25 million in recent years.

If you are planning to visit Kruger National Park you may be interested in having a quick look at several photos it. Click on the links below to view the pictures. We have taken any attempt to provide exact (GPS-based) coordinates of the positions where the photos have been taken.

Here you see the norther part of Kruger National Park from space. Image courtesy of Earth Sciences and Image Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center.
Elephant near Punda Maria
Dirt Road East of Punda Maria
Trees near Pafuri Camp
Road to Parfuri
Two Impalas
River Luvuvhu near its Mouth
River Luvuvhu near its Mouth
Lilac Breasted Roller
Elephants in the Nshawu Valley
Buffalo with two Fleeing Oxpeckers
Kudu with a Red-Billed Oxpecker
Grey Rhebok
Baby Hyena with its Mother
Savannah Near the Letaba River
Letaba River Bed
Letaba River Valley
Letaba River Bed
Savannah near the Olifants River
Vervet Monkey
Buffalos near Ntomeni
Blue Wildebeest (Gnu)
Zebras near Ntomeni
Gudzani River
Egyptian Geese
Elephants near the N'wanetsi River
Landscape near the N'wanetsi River
Landscape near N'wanetsi Dam
Road Northeast of Tshokwane
N'waswitsontso River
The Sabie River near Skukuza
Sabie River
Sabie River at Skukuza
Sand River
Landscape Near Skukuza
Lion Walking along the Street
Railway Bridge near Skukuza
Sabie River
Yellow-billed Stork
Crocodiles at the Sabie River
Mating Lions
Vervet Monkey
Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill
The Road to Matjulu
Black Rhinoceros
Elephants Crossing the Street
Crocodile River near Melalane Gate
Great Blue Heron