Do you want to see animals in the wild? Then check out the Afternoon Kruger National Park Game Drive in South Africa. On this tour visitors will see Impala, buffaloes, zebra, cheetahs, leopards, lions, white and black rhino, giraffes and elephants.

See Wildlife on an Afternoon Kruger National Park Game Drive
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Have you ever wanted to see the magical world of ‘Lion King’ and the ‘wilds’ from ‘Madagascar’ in real life? Take a trip to South Africa and take on the Afternoon Kruger National Park Game Drive and experience the wilds in real life. See impala’s, buffaloes, zebras, cheetahs, leopards, giraffes, elephants and of course, the all mighty king of the jungle, the lion.

With an Afternoon Kruger National Park Game Drive, you’ll get to explore the wilds in about 3-5 hours. With a specially designed open vehicle, it provides passengers a clear view of wildlife living in their natural habitat and of course the comfort and safety of the passengers. See beautiful and magnificent sights. With an experienced and accredited Parks Board Guides, you’ll be in safe hands and you might also learn a thing or two about wildlife and its habitat. You can also share this wonderful Afternoon Kruger National Park game Drive experience with your family, although participants should be at least 8 years or older.

 

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