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Kruger National Park is the largest South African game park and has more species of wildlife than any other game sanctuary in Africa. Along the western border of Kruger a number of privately owned wildlife reserves are located. A very important advantage private reserves have over national parks is that private reserves use open vehicles, which give not only a better view but also a more authentic feel of the bush.
At most reserves, a game tracker sits on the hood or the back of each vehicle. Drivers are in radio contact with each other, greatly increasing the chances of finding those species that safariers want to see the most. The reserves are home to large populations of elephant, buffalo, Burchell's zebra, greater kudu, giraffe, impala, white rhino, black rhino, hippopotamus, lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog among others.
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