Panorama Route, Kruger Park, South Africa

Panorama Route, Kruger Park, South Africa

The Kruger National Park is the largest nature reserve in South Africa, which protects 147 animal species, 507 bird species, fishes and 300 species of trees. Visit us with binoculars and a camera. Even in the northernmost field of instrumentation of the park you can see birds, elephants and buffalo herds.

You will also experience the famous baobab trees in the Limpopo province. The Panorama Route truly is the crowning glory of a visit to the Kruger Park. The highlights on this tour along the Blyde River Canyon are: "God's Window" with the rain forest, the Lisbon Falls, the Berlin Falls, Bourke's Luck Potholes and the three Rondavels and magnificent vistas.

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