Kruger National Park
- Royal MalewaneRoyal MalewaneKruger National Park, RSA
- Kruger Shalati - The Train on the BridgeKruger Shalati - The Train on the BridgeKruger National Park, RSA
The Greater Kruger National Park, is joint venture between the Kruger National Park and the surrounding associated Private Nature Reserves within Limpopo and Mpumalanga. Together they have an area of more than 20 000 000 Hectares (or more than 20.000 km²), under their joint conservation. Declared as an UNESCO ‘International Man and the Biosphere Reserve’, the Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. It is situated across the Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces of South Africa, and its borders stretch up to Zimbabwe in the north and Mozambique in the east. Back in 1898 it was known as the Government Wildlife Park. It later became the Sabi Game Reserve, and then the Kruger National Park in 1926. Associated Private Nature Reserves is a conglomerate of privately owned nature reserves which form the Greater Kruger National Park. It has over 20 members in its ranks. In 1993, the fences between Associated Private Nature Reserves and the Kruger National Park were removed to encourage wildlife migration, and the Greater Kruger National Park was born.