The Destination for All; Kruger National Park
When it comes to the best place to view birds, think the Kruger National Park in Southern Africa. Over 500 species of birds are found in this park.What is more, the birds are not confined by use of fences. The birds easily move from the park to the reserves which are nearby and come back at will. Those who love bird watching find this a very thrilling place to be.This means that you can actually have the most spectacular bird watching from the nearby reserves.
The best time for game viewing does not coincide with the best time for bird viewing. Game viewing is at its best during the winter.Best time for bird viewing is over the summer.The only thing you need to do before going for the bird viewing is some malaria vaccination, binoculars, cold and warm items, sunglasses and sunscreens.
African safaris thrive well in presenting opportunities to watch the Big Five in their natural habitation. It is uncommon to have all the big five in one reserve. All the big five are available for watching in the Kruger National Park. You will need to go to Kruger National park if you want to watch the big five, Lion, Leopard Elephant, Buffalo and Rhino.
The most astounding thing in Kruger National Park may be animals. South Africa’s birding Big Six are available in the same park. They may not be famous like the animals, but they are surely something very spectacular.
Hunters are known to have considered the big five as the most trophy worthy species. The big are now termed as the best animals to sight on safari.When it come to the birding Big Six, this is what many visitors in Kruger Park most want to see.Actually, they all are very easily identifiable, making a birding safari more highly rewarding. Experience does not matter at all.Even inexperienced birders will enjoy the thrill. Most of the species of the birds are restricted to Kruger National Park. You will easily and accurately see all the big six in one area.Indeed, you will easily spot five of the six: the Martial Eagle, the Lappet-Faced Vulture, Kori Bustard, Saddle Billed Stork, and the Ground Hornbill. Actually, the Pel’s Fishing Owl being a nocturnal animal with an affinity for water is the one difficult to see.
It is impossible to overlook accommodation when talking of Kruger National Park.A variety of safari accommodation offerings are available from which to choose. Your preference notwithstanding, you will be spoilt for choice.