South Africa's Kruger National Park is undoubtedly the jewel in the crown when it comes to the sheer numbers and varieties of African wildlife on display. Professional photographers, birders, game watchers, and conservationists all agree that Kruger's reputation is well deserved. Kruger is the home to all of Africa's big five, elephant, lion, leopard, rhino and buffalo. Also many rare and endangered species like Wild Dog, Aardwolf, Southern Ground Hornbill, Honey Badger and Goliath Heron. Kruger is a wildlife treasure trove and with thousands of km's of sealed and dirt roads at your disposal it is a self drivers paradise. My wife and I hired a motor home and spent 25 days in Kruger and drove 4000 km's. If you are planning a holiday to Kruger then this e book is a must read. It is full of helpful information about the camps, the roads, accommodation options, handy game viewing tips and much much more. Undoubtedly the best way to see Kruger's wonders is to self drive.