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Safari on foot, exploring the wild life means you can immersed yourself in the smells and sounds of Africa Holiday Accommodation in Kruger National Park. Undoubtedly, the pirate hikes highlight this trip. Each foot safari is guided by specially trained rangers. They not only allow you to walk the animals on foot, but they also offer you surprising insights into the bush. On the basis of animal trails, you will analyse the nocturnal camp visitors, you will learn how to understand the complex system of termites and distinguish between who and who have eaten. On a safari trip in the jeep this is easily overlooked.
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The complex is very open and natural. A cozy boma with camp fire is the evening meeting place, during the day offers a small pool refreshment during the breaks. Nevertheless, the rustic bus tour remains intact. The camp is not fenced and the chalets are open with large open spaces. A big advantage of a small safaricamp is that activities can be organized spontaneously. If, for example, a lion roars nearby, the guides will often knock on your door and ask you if you want to go with them the lions.
Game drives in the afternoon and at night
Of course, you also take daily “Game Drives” to travel longer distances and get closer to the animals. Night drives allow guests to see night-time animals, which are not encountered during the day. The chances of seeing a leopard, for example, are considerably greater at night, and with a bit of luck you can even spot one of the great predators like leopards or lions. All game drives are carried out in specially converted jeeps.
The Kruger National Park is undoubtedly the most famous park in South Africa and attracts almost half a million visitors every year. With a length of 320 kilometres and a width of 60 kilometres, the park now covers a total area of 19,485 square kilometres. Thus the Kruger National Park is the largest and most visited in South Africa.
The park was founded in 1898 by Paulus Krüger, the then president of Transvaal. Initially run as a wild reserve under the name Sabie Game Reserve, the park was later put together with the Shingwedzi protected area and renamed to its present name. In 1927, the park was made accessible to the public.
The park has been extended to Mozambique and Zimbabwe for several years. The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park includes the national parks Kruger, Gonarezhou and Limpopo. In the long term, the protected area is to be extended to an area of 100,000 square kilometers.
The infrastructure of the park is very good for African conditions. The roads are of good quality and can be driven with a normal car without problems. Numerous camps, luxury lodges and whole small towns allow visitors a great stay.
With the dangerous game restricted you can take a walk along the river or a mountain bike ride on many a dirt roads and is a birder’s paradise. Situated between Malelane and Komatipoort two entrance gates can be used to the Kruger National Park. Crocodile bridge gate 14 Kilometers and Malelane gate 35 Kilometers.
Activities: Bush breakfast , Game drives inside Marloth as well as in the Kruger Park (You may do your own), Night Drives in Kruger National Park, Tiger fishing , Quad bikes , Mountain Bikes, Three Restaurants , Micro Light Flights , Elephant Rides , Mozambique Tours , Swazi Tours , horse riding , guided game walks and more.You can even arrange a game of golf inside the Kruger Park at Skukuza.
Lion sightings are also reported from time to time and Elephant often visit the Crocodile River that forms the boundary to the Kruger National Park. A variety of restaurants will cater for the hungry while two shops supply the self catering guests.
In addition to this Marloth Park offers all the basic commodities such as a hardware store, curio shop, liquor store and more.