Kruger Sightings 

“To be able to see any of the animals in the wild, one has to be in the right place at the right time. No one can ever tell what the right place or the right time is though.” we were told.

Fortunately, below are all the instances when we found ourselves in the right place at the right time by the mercy of the jungle gods –

77 African Lions (various Prides, one lone lioness, one mating pair, one lioness with two little cubs). 7 Cheetahs (2 adult and 5 cubs). 5 Leopards (one cub and mother, three loners). 15 White Rhinos. 1 African Wildcat. 16 Hyenas. 25 Wild Dogs (two or three different packs). 2 Nyalas. 8 Jackals. 1 Bushpig. 1 Reedbuck. 3 Leopard Tortoise. 2 Puff Adders. 1 Chameleon.

Tens of Steenboks, Klipspringers, Hippos, Warthogs, Duikers, Crocodiles, Tsessebes, Dwarf Mongoose, Banded Mangoose.

Hundreds of Elephants, Giraffes, Waterbucks, Kudus, Vervet Monkeys, Baboons, Buffaloes.

Thousands of Wildebeests, Impalas, Zebras.

And 50-70 different species of birds.

All in all, one amazing trip.

  1. #1 by popgoesthebiscuit on June 30, 2017 - 5:53 pm

    OMG! Sounds like a dream come true ! Would love to do S. Africa someday with the kids


    • #2 by Titaxy on July 1, 2017 - 2:15 am

      It’s just this national park that had this variety of species, Pop. You should definitely do it with the kids once they’re about 9 or 10.


  2. #3 by princessbutter on July 6, 2017 - 11:25 am

    Oh wow! Kruger is going in my wish list.


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