KRUGER NATIONAL PARK- WHERE HUMANS ARE JUST VISITORS 

It was indescribable.
So this is what the Earth looked like 20 000 years ago?

Hot subtropical weather, a 100% humidity and lush vegetation – I could totally live there! (at least until a giant spider decides to take a nap on my face).
The moment you open the door, there would be at least one animal waiting in front of your cottage. Hopefully a giraffe or a zebra or an impala. 
During our first day in Kruger we decided to go out for a walk and right in front of the cottage, there was a friendly giraffe having a nice snack.
One night a group of zebras came to the guesthouse to say hi – there was a waterhole right next to the lobby. The zebras had some water and posed for a while.
There was a warning sign at the entrance – apparently leopards also like to rest on their trees from time to time but that’s pretty rare.
A lot of people ask me if it’s dangerous to go on a safari – I would say it’s not, the most likely bad thing that could happen to you is getting a heat stroke if you don’t take care of yourself.
So if you really love nature and animals, Kruger Park is your place.


It’s the home of about 12,000 rhinoceros, 2000 leopards, 12,000 elephants, 3000 lions and 27,000 African buffalos – and these are just statistics for the Big 5. 
There are organized game drives, walking safaris and self-drives. The gravel roads are pretty good, so you’ll be fine even if you’re not driving a 4×4. Obviously you would see the most animals on an organized game drive but Mr. Jonas (our amateur ranger) did extremely well with a map and a pair of binoculars.
Other activities include close animal encounters, riding elephants or flying around the park on an ultra light plane.