A sampling of footage collected over a few weeks in Kruger National Park in South Africa. Individual clips can be found at HDNatureFootage.net (contact us if you need help).
Kruger National Park is arguably one of the most famous national parks in the world in part because of its tremendous size and in part because of its charistmatic wildlife. Although the southern parts can become populated with people, especially when lions are present, the northern part is desolate with very few visitors. In addition to lions the park has all the other charismatic African species such as elephants, hippos, rhinos, leopard, cape buffalo, baboon, impala, giraffe, etc., as well as a rich variety of lesser species. Travel is restricted to roads and camping restricted to the fenced camps, with very few exceptions.