Kruger National Park Photos
The Natural Beauty Of The Kruger National Park With Our Collection Of Spectacular Photos
The Kruger National Park and its adjoining private game reserves in South Africa offer some of the most stunning wildlife and birdlife sightings in Southern Africa. One of the largest conservation areas in Africa and home to an incredible variety of fauna, flora and 14 ecosystems.
With more than +147 species of mammals and +500 species of birds and 336 species of trees, this is truly a nature-lovers paradise. Visitors to the national park have the opportunity to observe some of the most spectacular wildlife in their natural habitat and capture it through photographs and videos.
We have put together a collection of images taken by the team at Uyaphi.com over the past two decades, highlighting the incredible beauty and drama of the park's diverse wildlife and majestic landscapes.
These photographs will hopefully inspire you to look at the Greater Kruger National Park, South Africa for your next African safari trip.
If we as a team can take, what we consider good photographs, anyone can. So sit back and enjoy your Kruger National Park photo gallery today.
And don't forget to check out the private game reserves for some of the most exclusive wildlife sightings - a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience!
From lion prides lounging on grassy plains or elephants taking a leisurely stroll across a riverbed – there is something special waiting for everyone at the Kruger National Park, South Africa!
Photographs And Images Of The Kruger Park
Kruger Elephant Gallery
It is and always will be a privilege to be on a game drive and watch these elegant giants meander across the African bushveld, a privileged that one day might be taken away from us all.
The African Elephant (Loxodonta Africana) is incredible to photograph from all angles; these gentle giants will never disappoint.
Kruger Cheetah Gallery
If you ever thought that spotting a Leopard was difficult, then think again; only once since 1999 has a member of Uyaphi.com had the pleasure of viewing Cheetahs and below are the images as a form of proof.
Spotting a cheetah has become a running joke when we go out on safari anywhere in Africa.