Surrounded by the sands of the Kalahari Desert is the magical oasis of Botswana`s Okavango Delta. Wide grassy floodplain's are host to a magnificent array of wild animals, including the specially adapted sitatunga and lechwe antelopes.
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The Kruger National Park is the primary destination in South Africa for many international tourists.
The Kruger Park is one of the largest game sanctuaries in Africa and is still considered to be one of the worlds foremost wildlife reserves.
Kruger Park is home to approximately 145 mammal species including the famous collection of animals known and referred to as the Big Five - Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino and Buffalo.
It is immense, over 2,000 000-hectares and naturally, has a tremendous botanic diversity.
The Park is the size of a small country and about a million visitors and 250 000 vehicles enter it`s gates annually to stay over in the various camps and view about 300 000 wild animals.
Visiting the Kruger National Park at any time of the year is rewarding.The summer months, October to February, can be hot, while the winter months are cold at night but mild and pleasant during the day.
Go and relax in the silence, experience the feel of the wilderness and then realize that the animals you will see are a bonus.
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This 'Country of contrasts' consists of diverse landscapes, unique people, big vistas, ample sunshine and a considerable amount of wildlife. Namibia contains some of the greatest wonders of the natural world such as the oldest desert on earth, the Namib Desert.
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