This National Park In Africa Is Ambani Family’s Favourite Holiday Destination 

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
This National Park In Africa Is Ambani Family’s Favourite Holiday Destination 

Kruger National Park has 7,580 miles of wilderness offering 500 bird species and 145 mammal species, including elephants, black and white rhinos, giraffes, zebras, antelopes, hippopotamuses, and lions. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Africa and is simply spectacular. Another interesting thing about this national park in Africa is that it is the favourite holiday destination of the Ambani family. 

Originally A Game Reserve

The Ambanis have been here for family holidays and have loved the place so much that the visit has been more than once. The National park is located in the heart of Lowveld and is bigger than the country of Israel. 147 species of mammals, 114 varieties of reptiles, and 507 kinds of birds can be found here, including 12,000 elephants, 27,000 African buffaloes, and 1,000 leopards. Sunrises and Sunsets here are simply iconic and a must-experience thing. Originally named the Sabi Game Reserve, Kruger National Park was founded in 1898 by Paul Kruger, who wanted to protect the wildlife of the reserve. 

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All-Weather Roads

The place offers many basic camping options, safari tents and also luxurious villa options in the middle of nowhere. There are four airports that serve the park: the Hendrik Van Eck Airport in Phalaborwa in north-eastern Kruger, Hoedspruit Airport in the centre, Skukuza Airport in the south, and Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport in the north. The best time to visit this massive park is between May and September. Visitors can explore the park by vehicle on more than 1,500 miles of all-weather roads in the park. 

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