Anyone determined to see wild animals in their natural habitat could do worse than visit the Kruger National Park in South Africa.

Anyone determined to see wild animals in their natural habitat could do worse than visit the Kruger National Park in South Africa.

This is according to Chris Leadbeater of the Daily Mail, who described the park as one of the most famous wildlife conservation areas in the whole of Africa.

He added that it also offers excellent opportunities to see big game, with lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and rhinoceros all present, along with more than 600 other species of creatures.

“In terms of seeing roaring, hunting beasts in their own backyard, Kruger may be as good as it gets,” Mr Leadbeater commented.

The travel writer added that 2009 may be a good year to take holidays to South Africa because the exchange rate is excellent and it is not yet too busy with World Cup visitors.

Anyone looking for flights to South Africa could use Virgin Atlantic or Qantas for such services.

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