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12 nights in magical Kruger national park 2018-2019


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12 nights in magical Kruger national park.


Normally we love the self-drives, unfenced camping in Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, however we also like to return to this wonderful national park.
Yes, it is more crowded and yes it is much more touristic but the sceneries and enormous amount of wildlife is so beautiful, and impressing time after time.
Each and every year this park is showing us different kinds of sightings.


Hope you guys will enjoy this video trip report and if you have any questions do not hesitate to pm me.

Highlights of the report

 Wild dogs attack and kill S21 close to lower Sabie
 4 Male lions roaring in the riverbed H4-1 
 Python with impala kill S100 close to Satara

 21-dec Mogodi Lodge  In Graskop
 22-dec SKUKUZA restcamp Kruger park
 23-dec SATARA restcamp Kruger park
 24-dec TALAMATI restcamp Kruger park
 25-dec TALAMATI restcamp Kruger park
 26-dec TAMBOTI restcamp Kruger park
 27-dec TAMBOTI restcamp Kruger park
 28-dec SKUKUZA restcamp Kruger park
 29-dec satara restcamp Kruger park
 30-dec SATARA restcamp Kruger park
 31-dec SKUKUZA restcamp Kruger park
 1-jan SKUKUZA restcamp Kruger park
 2-jan SATARA restcamp Kruger park
 3-jan The Aviator Hotel OR Tambo

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Peter Connan

Wow! Incredible sightings for 12 days! 

Excellent video and photos.

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15 hours ago, Peter Connan said:

Wow! Incredible sightings for 12 days! 

Excellent video and photos.

Yes we indeed had some luck.

I do have to say that we also are out of the camps sites the earliest possible and we return latest as possible.

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