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Why Visit

Why visit the Kruger National Park?

The Kruger National Park is truly one of the last wildlife regions in the world, where you can experience the interaction of wildlife as it was 200 years ago. Offering the visitor established infrastructure and facilities, making the Park accessible to everyone.

The vast topography and ecological zones support vast amounts of large trees and varied grasses which support the many game species which in turn support the many predators, making the Kruger National Park one of the top game viewing areas of the world.

At Thornhill Safari Lodge we offer varied Kruger Park tours, that suite your need and budget, giving you an opportunity to experience this unique animal kingdom and diversity that is the Kruger National Park.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The Kruger National Park is truly one of the last wildlife regions in the world
  • Established infrastructure and facilities
  • Kruger National Park is one of the top game viewing areas of the world
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