Just Another Day in the Bush – Kruger National Park

K and I have been to Kruger several times now and it’s always a great experience. We stayed in a beautiful chalet at the Kruger Park Lodge in Hazyview. The place is only a 15mins drive from the Phabeni Gate, making it just perfect for an early morning start in the park. Here are a few pictures from this trip. I have written about the park in detail earlier and you can read that here.

13 thoughts on “Just Another Day in the Bush – Kruger National Park

  1. Nice photos, looks like you had a great time. I am in desperate need of a Kruger fix but I am so busy with work right now. I am going to try and get a week in after the South African school holidays.

    1. Thank you! The mist and the herd of eles was just magical. It was still very early in the morning and the entire park was enveloped in this mist. A very beautiful sight.

      1. Ohhh…my sister goes there often. Says its really nice. But of course, animals in India are few and far between! I’ve been to corbett and bandhavgarh. ..really nice but saw nothing.

      2. I think it’s a lot about being lucky!! In Ranthambore & Kanha, people have good sightings… In Kaziranga as well… Lets see what if my luck has something good for me!

      3. Kaziranga…I really want to visit! Yes luck it a big factor. But here in kruger, its hard NOT to see things!! Fingers crossed for you next trip!

      4. Krugger, Masaimara are the holy grails… Can’t compare them with anything else actually!

        Kaziranga… Same here… Infact its a shame that I have not visited it even once even tight its in my home state!

  2. I love elephants the best, they seem very patient and usually have heard they are gentle unless they are male and around females in ‘heat.’ This was a great safari tour for me!

    1. Oh I love eles too! And its so great to see them in the wild in SA. I could just sit and watch them for hours.

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