The Kruger National Park
Covering 19,624 square kilometres and averaging 60 kilometres in width, Kruger provides a refuge for 147 mammal species including THE BIG FIVE, 500 species of birds, 116 reptiles, 34 amphibians, 49 fishes, 457 types of trees and shrubs, 1 500 smaller plants, and countless insects.
Each year approximately 950 000 people visit Kruger National Park in South Africa. South Africans account for 80 per cent of all visitors, and for many a visit to Kruger has become a kind of spiritual pilgrimage.
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