South Africa: Birding and Wildlife Safari: Kruger National Park and More
October 21, 2019
Dates: October 21 to November 1, 2019
The provinces of KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga on South Africa’s eastern seaboard boast some of the country’s finest birding and exceptional mammal viewing. An impressive 500 plus species of birds occur in the region, reflecting the wonderful natural diversity of the area.
South Africa’s modern infrastructure (lodges and good roads) supports productive birding and travel throughout the region.
This trip covers the classic African savanna of the world-renowned Kruger National Park. Kruger is famous as the best spot for a South African Safari, and this tour should find well over 300 bird species and 40 plus mammal species. This tour of eastern South Africa offers the very best of African bird watching and wildlife viewing. Tours to Kruger National Park often get all of the big 5 mammals, including Southern White Rhinoceros, African Bush Elephant, African Buffalo, African Lion and African Leopard.
Register by contacting Charles Thornton-Kolbe, 720-320-1974, email charles@PIBird.com
Photo: Gorgeous (Four-colored) Bushshrike by Keith Valentine.