I hope you enjoy these photos that I took during our recent safari in Kruger National Park:
Warthog greeted us at the Paul Kruger Gate
Lions on the road made us wonder if we would get to Satara Rest Camp before the gate closed (we did).
We learned the difference between white rhinos and black rhinos – these are white rhinos
Magnificent elephants in their natural surroundings.
This male kudu has such unique markings on his face – almost like war paint. Love the length of his horns as well.
An endangered Saddle Billed Stork – it stood about 5 feet tall!
What a cute little monkey
A pride of lions took down this Cape Buffalo and was able to finish him off in about 5 hours. Hyenas ate the bones.
If you can notice, the white stripes held a brown stripe in this species of zebras.
Profile of three lions
This is how close we were to so many animals – loved seeing the many giraffes.
We saw many beautiful birds – particularly this one – the lilac breasted roller
Caught this elephant mid stream. Looks like he is balancing a ball.
Such a stately and beautiful animal.
We saw several bones around the Kruger as well.
Very, very early in the morning at Camp Shawu