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There are a few precious places on the planet where Mother Nature has fallen in love with the land. Anyone doing an audit of the Kruger National Park’s natural wealth – with its 147 mammals, 114 reptiles, 34 amphibians, 49 fish and 507 trees – will conclude that South Africa’s largest national park is one of these blessed territories.
Famous for its Big 5, the true wonder of the Kruger National Park’s two million hectares cannot be confined to a list. Consisting of the amalgamation of public and private land, the real allure of the greater Kruger National Park lies in its absolute diversity.
Hours spent in wide open spaces and amidst wildlife so often prompts rangers to reach for their cameras. While most of Londolozi’s guides are handy with a camera, a few distinguish themselves as masters of the art. Generous with expertise and free-flowing advice, a photographic tutor is an integral of the tailor-made experience. Under his guidance, amateur photographers learn about composition, lighting, ISO, shutter-speed and aperture while professionals seize the chance to compare techniques and ideas.
Those who choose the Sabi Sand Game Reserve as their safari destination, are rewarded for their ingenious choice. It is an uncommon privilege to see a leopard in the wild. To spend time with one of these elusive cats – to watch a powerful male take down an impala or the affection between a mother and her cubs – is an anomaly. The leopards of the Sabi Sand are outliers, defying their shy stereotype by allowing guests to witness the small victories and inevitable defeats of their every day.