Kruger National Park
This world-renowned park is located in the northeastern part of South Africa, within the provinces of Mpumalanga and Limpopo. It is one of the world’s largest parks covering a vast 19,485 km² area with a number of rivers and nine wilderness trails. It is most famous for being the headquarters of the Big 5 and for being the park that holds most large mammals compared to any other park in the continent. Kruger National Park also hosts 147 species including some endangered ones, pluss over 517 bird species.