Ever wondered how to find lions on your own? We’ve got you covered with these 5 tips on how to spot lions in the kruger national park.
LatestSightings.com has you covered with an in-depth road trip guide that not only ensures a seamless journey but also offers unique stops along the way, all leading to the final destination ‘Skukuza Rest Camp’
Here’s why September is an exceptional time to visit the Kruger National Park, along with some recommended camps for an unforgettable experience.
This camp isn’t just a destination; it’s an opportunity to see the big 5 all in one morning, while still having time for a relaxing brunch on the Sabie River.
The oldest lion in Kruger, the Lubyelubye male, is seen battling out his last days with no food and no family to help.
You should only visit Satara Rest Camp if you want to see a lot of predators. As lions will roar you to sleep, and hyenas will wake you up in the morning.
A group of nature lovers walk 600km to cover the entire Kruger National Park and get to be part of a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
In this monumental struggle for survival, a warthog fights off a leopard and 5 hyenas and manages to escape to the safety of its burrow