5. Kruger National Park
Kruger’s proximity to Johannesburg’s most important center in South Africa and its easy accessibility make it a popular destination with locals and visitors alike. It’s one of the most popular parks in Africa and the Kruger camps are the most eye-catching. Electric fences surround the camps.
When the planned expansion to Zimbabwe and Mozambique takes place, Kruger becomes the largest nature reserve in the world. Kruger National Park is quite easy to visit if you have a car, you can drive there and stay at a lodge. Try to avoid school holidays when the camps are usually full.