The Greater Kruger National Park is a pristine wilderness area larger than the land area of the Netherlands, supporting an incredibly rich biodiversity of fauna and flora unsurpassed anywhere else in Africa.
Wildlife is free to roam unfenced over 33,948 km² (13,107 sq. miles), encompassing the 19,485 km² Kruger National Park (7,523 sq. miles), the 3,230 km² Makuya, Letaba, Balule,Klaserie, Umbabat, Timbavati, Manyeleti and Sabi Sand Game Reserves (1,247 sq. miles) along its western boundary, and the 11,233 km² Limpopo Transfrontier Park (4,337 sq. miles) in Mozambique along its north-eastern boundary.
When Zimbabwe’s 5,053 km² Gonarezhou National Park (1951 sq. miles) is eventually added to the Greater Kruger, this vast wilderness will total some 39,000 km² (15,058 sq. miles) – about the size of Switzerland – and will be known as the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park (GLTFP). This is just the first phase in the establishment of a bigger transfrontier conservation area measuring almost 100,000 km² by expanding to include the Zinave and Banhine National Parks in Mozambique to form the world’s greatest animal kingdom.
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