1. Kruger for the British
WeatherWe went in November. The weather was comfortable with occasional hot periods. It being the end of the dry season, there wasn't much rain and the vegetation was relatively sparse allowing good spotting opportunities.
HolidayWe had a wonderful time and are going again this year. This was our second visit and the first time we stayed in a rest camp. Air conditioned with a fridge, very secure and a BBQ outside each roundel. A central shop for all your self-catering needs and a bar and restaurant with TV for the rugby. Beware that you will be charged an extra £15 per day of your stay for the park fees.
Next visit we intend to travel down through the park staying one or two nights at various rest camps and hope to play golf at Skukuza again. This an unfenced course within the park. That is adventure.
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