Kruger National Park by Peter Derichs

ZAR217.39

This is a very detailed, easy to use, guide to the Kruger National Park which covers the whole Park from north to south.

The right page is a detailed map which shows:

 Meaning of Place Names

 Historical information

 Road numbers

 Km between points

 Prominent hills

 Photograph number ( for left hand page)

The left page has more detailed information on the points of interest on the facing page:

 Name of the place

 Road number

 GPS co-ordinate

 Tree identification and interesting facts about the tree

 Historical information

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This is a very detailed, easy to use, guide to the Kruger National Park which covers the whole Park from north to south.

The right page is a detailed map which shows:

 Meaning of Place Names

 Historical information

 Road numbers

 Km between points

 Prominent hills

 Photograph number ( for left hand page)

The left page has more detailed information on the points of interest on the facing page:

 Name of the place

 Road number

 GPS co-ordinate

 Tree identification and interesting facts about the tree

 Historical information

It has 287 full colour photographs that cover all the main water holes, camps and points of interest in the Park. Each photo has the GPS position as well as information about any applicable geological formations, plus identification of trees and shrubs and a description

of any historical events that happened there.

Included are 13 full colour pages of animals you may see as well as interesting facts about the animals.

For the bird enthusiasts there are 13 full colour pages of birds you may see. The detailed maps of the whole Park includes the underlying geology of that area as well as the vegetation and animals likely to be found there.

About the Author:

Peter Derichs was born in Germany in 1947. At age 8 his family emigrated to South Africa. At an early age he developed an interest in animals and the outdoors.

The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park was printed in 2001. By 2014 over 10 000 copies had been sold. The feedback was so positive that he decided to tackle the Kruger National Park. This book was published in 2008 and re-printed in 2012.

Since then the Augrabies Falls National Park and the Addo Elephant National Park have also been published.

Peter Derichs
978-0-620416-43-6
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