Etosha versus Kruger: plenty of springbok and gemsbok in Etosha (rarely seen in SA outside the Kalahari) but no buffalo and few elephants

Etosha versus Kruger: plenty of springbok and gemsbok in Etosha (rarely seen in SA outside the Kalahari) but no buffalo and few elephants

Etosha versus Kruger: plenty of springbok and gemsbok in Etosha (rarely seen in SA outside the Kalahari) but no buffalo and few elephants. In Kruger, longer and better maintained network of roads, more birds and plants/trees, many rivers versus the stunning Etosha pan (like the face of the moon). Etosha: far too many European tourists, especially of the Franco-German variety (as lovely as their philosophical traditions are). Hardly a black face around (other than drivers of tour groups), The dominant animal is the speeding white bakkie rudely fighting over space at lion sightings. Kruger much more local and family oriented, fit for self-catering and priced accordingly. Restaurant food better left unmentioned at both places, but in Kruger other options available (braai not standard in Etosha!). Both worth a visit, but I would take the Okavango every time (except that it is unaffordable at x10 the cost).

If you still want to explore more destinations in Asia, a Myanmar travel packages will be an ideal choice for you.
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3 Comments

  1. Bakkie is a pick-up truck (‘tender’).

  2. שלום רן עדיין מבלים בשמורה? איזה בעח זה white bakkie? Have a nice weekend

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