Kruger Park is a fantastic spot to view and photograph wildlife. The great thing about traveling to Kruger is the fact that you can do it all by yourself. With a few safety tips from park rangers, you can drive through the park at your own pace. With a couple of books and a camera, you can become your own travel guide. Just a few quick tips: rent or hire a car that is fairly tall otherwise you won't be able to see much because of the foliage especially in the summer time (November-April). Also, the greatest concentrations of wildlife are located in the southern half of Kruger but a great diversity of birds can be found throughout the park. Check the boards located at each camp for local wildlife viewings and definitely ask around for information about the big 5 (elephant, rhino, lion, leopard, buffalo).
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