Kruger Park Safari Tours
Summit Tours and Safaris offer half day, full day and multi day Kruger safaris that take in some of the most important cultural sites located within the park. You can browse our Safari Tour Prices here…
The Kruger Nation Park covering 19 485 km2 located in South Africa’s north easternmost corner is currently the 10th largest national park in the world and one of the largest in Africa. Established in 1892 by the then Transvaal republic Paul Kruger, the park now forms part of a much larger Transfrontier park call the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park straddling Mozambique in the east, Zimbabwe to the north and South Africa to the south. In total the transfrontier park covers an area of almost 100 000km2.
The Kruger Park boasts with:
- 147 Species of mammals
- 114 Reptile species
- 507 Recorded bird species
- 34 Species of amphibians
- 336 Documented tree species
Additionally, there are 254 culturally significant sites located within the parks borders. Early human remains and cultural artifacts dating back to between 30 000 to 100 000 years have also been documented, including evidence of the San, and other Iron age people as well as more recent tales of the Nguni people.
The San or Khoisan people are considered to be the first nation of southern Africa who’s range included South Africa and Lesotho – an enclaved, landlocked country located within South Africa. Their territories spanned Namibia and Angola in the west to Botswana, Zimbabwe as well as and Zambia to the east.
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