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Kruger revisited – after nearly 17 years

We last visited Kruger on my 60th birthday, two weeks short of 17 years ago. Our journey started in the north, the Pafuri region, home to the Makuleke Conservancy. Home also to Baobabs and  Fever Trees, elephants and the best bird viewing in the park.

The Makuleke people were removed in 1968, and only returned 30 years later when they were given back their land to use as a conservancy area within Kruger National Park. We stayed in their lodge named Pafuri Tented Camp situated on the peaceful Luvuvhu River.

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