. . . has to be the most exhilarating experience (that and skydiving, of course!) … and it’s especially overwhelming if you’re travelling alone.
. . . and we’re happy to report that the Easter weekend busyness has passed! But did you know that the end of April and the beginning of May also marks the start of the dry season in the Kruger National Park?
We give you some tips on malaria and the mosquitos that carry it, and remember at night when you sit down to have dinner, most Safari dining area are outside, so please take your repellent.
Finally, some relief has come for the Kruger National Park! It has been a very dry 2 years and it has even been compared to 1991/1992 when the Lowveld area was hit by a very bad drought.