I’m very lucky to be able to visit South Africa pretty often. And marrying a South African means that they will hopefully continue for years to come. I’ve never really written about my various trips to Kruger National Park, but each one is hugely transformational for me in so many ways.
And I’m not even exaggerating on that “transformational” comment. It is such a vast part of the world, filled with so many different species and it makes you truly understand the circle of life and what this world is truly about. I have seen how rain makes the world green and the species thrive, I have seen how drought causes these animals to really struggle as a species.
Have you ever sat on a beach or a clifftop and looked out at the ever stretching ocean and felt small? You feel the same when in Kruger Park.
You are an observer to their world.
And it is truly magnificent.
I thought for today’s blog, I would just share some pictures of our trip from last year. We are going again in January – so I will give you more details on how to plan a trip and what to do, as long as tips and tricks, but in the meantime, please do enjoy these pictures and let me know if you have any future blog post suggestions or questions below that you’d like me to answer. I’d be happy to!