Which Birds? Which Region? Everything for the enthusiast and the amateur.
Take your next birding holiday in Kruger National Park.
This collection of over 60 different routes is ideal for self-drive bird-watching tours, enabling you to seek out your favorite species around the various regions of the Park.
See Birding Routes in Kruger Park
This guide will also help you locate the ideal Rest Camps or safari lodge on or near the routes you want to tour, with an easy to book reservation process
The Top Ten Birding Drives in Kruger Park
Birding is all about habitat. Although birds can fly anywhere, they generally are to be found in the habitat that most favours their feeding requirements.
Those routes with the biggest variety of habitat and generous riverine bush are more likely to throw up "lifers".
In researching this project it become clear to the authors which have been the most rewarding birding drives.
Explore the Best Birding Drives
Kruger's Birds of Prey
Raptors are the lords of the skies and Kruger is their sanctuary. Of the 83 species of raptor that regularly occur in southern Africa, 58 species are common to Kruger Park.
See a comprehensive guide about:
Buzzards, Eagles, Falcons and Kestrels, Fish-eating Raptors, Goshawks and Sparrowhawks Harriers
Kites, Owls and Owlets, the Secretary Bird and of course - Vultures.
See Birds of Prey