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Kruger Park, Kruger National Park, Satara

This image was taken October 20, 2012 at 19:07

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Date added: 16/01/2011
Webcam Type: Updating Image
Categories: National Park
Times Favorited: 8 Times

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From humayun iqbal:

I m a regular visitor to the park for the last 14years and have stayed in most of the camps but my favorite camp is satra and most of my very gud days and nights hv been there and each year i find something nice to enjoy with good sightings at satra and my normal stay period is at least for 7 nights and once you leave the park its really difficult to digest.

Posted on 09/12/2012 05:58 UTC


I've been to the kruger for the past 15 years anually - enjoyed every moment of it - can understand that it is not everybody's cup of tea - but em personally - I would rather be here in the kruger than anywhere else in the world

Posted on 24/06/2012 20:54 UTC

From Alexandra Trew:

I was lucky enough to visit Kruger Park about 3 years ago and it was the most wonderful place I have ever been. The webcams are good but nothing is equal to actually being there and to change the environment in anyway would be criminal.

Posted on 17/06/2012 11:06 UTC

From Alex:

If they added a feeding station it would be an appalling tragedy! The ecosystem there is pristine, and almost 100% untampered with. FEEDING the animals would be anathema! Nonetheless, I agree with the idea that the webcam here would be frustrating, as there's no guarantee of them coming. Being there is a VERY different story though, when you get to drive around different areas and see animals frequently - the most amazing place I've ever been by far.

Posted on 19/01/2012 07:20 UTC

From al lauson:

I've been watching the "sabi sands" webcam site for many months. i log in at approx.7:50a.m. each day & watch the "pond" for wildlife to appear. this is really boring because you have to rely on "luck" or "hit & miss" viewing. the animals appear very sporadic. ther is no incentive (other than a muddy pond) for wildlife to show up. they should consider adding a "feeding station" to increase the odds of seeing a variety of animals.

Posted on 02/03/2011 19:18 UTC