Kruger National Park, at nearly 2 million hectares, is the largest game reserve in South Africa, and also one of Africa’s largest game reserves.
The Park, known for its beauty and extensive wildlife, is home to 100 reptiles, more than 500 bird species, about 150 mammals, a diversity of trees and flowers, and multiple archaeological sites. The park also includes the big five wild animals—-lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and buffalos.
Tourists can explore the park via a guided walking tour, in a 4X4 vehicle, or fly above in a hot-air balloon.
About 950 000 people visit Kruger National Park, with South African making up 80% of the visitors.