Depart on day 4 from the first RC, heading northwards for the area that falls in an eco-zone that is described as 'Southern Low Rolling Hills.' Fairly dense woody vegetation covers the area, which is therefore an ideal home for browsers and their hunters. Look out for predators such as lion, hyena, wild dog and leopard. Black rhino may also be found in the area. As our game drives are flexible for the duration of our stay, we might have time to cover some more vegetation zones. In the south -east of the park, we will see the eco-zone that is described as 'Southern Plains.' Scattered Knob-thorn Acacia and Marula Trees dominate these open grasslands. Because of the vast flatness there are no slopes for water to run downhill to create rivers. The rain often pools in depressions to form numerous pans. This is therefore an ideal home for large herds of zebra and wildebeest, which are often found together with their hunters and main predators being lion, cheetah and hyena. Special species such as tsessebe and reedbuck may also be found in the area. We can also visit the museum in one of the Rest Camps and relax at a picnic site along the Sabie River.
South Africa-Kruger Nat.Park BIG 5 Wildlife Best Day 4
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