As young girl, I first visited the Kruger National Park with my parents and brother. We stayed in a camp just outside and drove in during the day seeking out animals and waiting for them to burst out from the bushes.
For large chunks of the drive we didn’t see much except bush, acacia trees and large rocks forming little mountains. But each time my brother and I laid eyes on an elephant herd making its way across the road or a giraffe bending over to eat the leaves of trees, it was magical.
This year, I was able to visit this wildlife haven again. We stayed inside the park at Jock Safari Lodge and went out before the sun rose and again before sunset to witness animals at their most active times… Continued