Kruger National Park: 26 April to 1 May 2012

We’re busy packing for our next trip to the Kruger National Park. We’ll be staying at Skukuza and Satara, the same two camps we visited in April 2012, and that featured in our very first post on de Wets Wild!

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There’s no other way to explain it. Kruger National Park is an addiction.

I blame my parents and I will be forever grateful to them. My first night in the paradise that is the Kruger Park was in September 1983, at just four years old, camping at Pretoriuskop.

As with any decent addiction, the more you get the more you want – visit more often, stay for longer. And I’ve been only too happy to oblige. Every time I enter those gates I feel reborn, every time I leave I get depressed. In fact, if I didn’t already have the next visit planned so that I have something to look forward to there’s a good chance I wouldn’t be able to leave at all.

Worst of all is that we’ve gotten our son addicted too. Little Joubert was only eight weeks old when he had his first taste, also at…

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4 thoughts on “Kruger National Park: 26 April to 1 May 2012

  1. donnaanddiablo

    I have only had the pleasure/privilege of a single visit to Kruger, but it was *magical.* I would return in a heartbeat. You are so very lucky to have the ability to go again and again. Thank you for bringing all of your readers along for the ride…. :>

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Kruger’s a special place and we’re glad you’ve also had a taste of it! We’re only too grateful that you’d consider it worth your while spending some time with us.

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