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THE CHALLENGE - WHAT TO DO FIRST

...making a decision about what to do first, what to do in the middle and then how to end up - because time overruns always get in the way

THE SOLUTION

...you face a bewildering variety of options and no doubt your friends and family have their ideas about what should happen on a first trip to Africa. In response Tony has sketched a few options or modules - the elements of which are flexible. He would like you to spend time reviewing each itinerary along with the highlights in the slide show at the top of the page and then talk to him. Or Barbara, or both.
Kruger National Park
In terms of wildlife alone, the Kruger Park in South Africa ranks high amongst the world’s leading national wildlife reserves. Occupying almost 20,000 sq kms of natural habitat its northern regions are blanketed in sub tropical forests, while great savannah plains stretch across its width from the Lebombo Mountains and beautiful granite kopjes pepper the bushveld regions in the south. Established in 1898 and opened to the public in 1926 the extensive network of roads allows the visitor unprecedented access to every possible habitat and ensures the best sighting opportunities. For diversity, density and sheer wildlife numbers the park is unparalleled. All of Africa’s iconic species are on display - introducing the visitor to some 150 mammals, 336 trees, 34 amphibians, 116 reptiles and over 500 bird varieties. A study and photographic trip to this park has become a must. Four to five days travelling the length of the park promises the visitor an excellent chance of encountering the Big Five of Africa, with a fair chance of perhaps witnessing the build up to a lion kill.
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THE CHALLENGE - WHAT TO DO FIRST

...making a decision about what to do first, what to do in the middle and then how to end up - because time overruns always get in the way

THE SOLUTION

...you face a bewildering variety of options and no doubt your friends and family have their ideas about what should happen on a first trip to Africa. In response Tony has sketched a few options or modules - the elements of which are flexible. He would like you to spend time reviewing each itinerary along with the highlights in the slide show at the top of the page and then talk to him. Or Barbara, or both.
Kruger National Park
In terms of wildlife alone, the Kruger Park in South Africa ranks high amongst the world’s leading national wildlife reserves. Occupying almost 20,000 sq kms of natural habitat its northern regions are blanketed in sub tropical forests, while great savannah plains stretch across its width from the Lebombo Mountains and beautiful granite kopjes pepper the bushveld regions in the south. Established in 1898 and opened to the public in 1926 the extensive network of roads allows the visitor unprecedented access to every possible habitat and ensures the best sighting opportunities. For diversity, density and sheer wildlife numbers the park is unparalleled. All of Africa’s iconic species are on display - introducing the visitor to some 150 mammals, 336 trees, 34 amphibians, 116 reptiles and over 500 bird varieties. A study and photographic trip to this park has become a must. Four to five days travelling the length of the park promises the visitor an excellent chance of encountering the Big Five of Africa, with a fair chance of perhaps witnessing the build up to a lion kill.
Tomkinson  A SAFARI AND HUNTING LEGEND
T
Tomkinson  A SAFARI AND HUNTING LEGEND T
CONTACT TONY