Kruger Bird & Wildlife Challenge

In support of the White-winged Flufftail

Postponed to 2023

Starting in Skukuza and ending in Mopani in the Kruger National Park, don’t miss this opportunity to meet and spend time with many other like-minded birders and conservationists in one of the world’s greatest untouched wildernesses. Eighteen teams following 8 different routes spanning the length of the Kruger National Park, will challenge each other to experience first class birding and Big Five experiences. Each team of nine members in an open safari vehicle will be accompanied by a birding expert and a registered Kruger guide. During this fun challenge, the competitive teams will try to find and identify as many bird and mammal species, with each species being awarded points based on rarity. This time around we will be offering a variety of routes, varying in pace from competitive to relaxed, and all in aid of White-winged Flufftail conservation. The increased options on offer include competitive routes, non-competitive northern or southern park routes, photographic routes, and an exclusive Kruger Bush Camp experience. Rates are inclusive of breakfast and dinner, while the special Bush Camp routes are fully inclusive of all meals. 

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Kruger Bird & Wildlife Challenge
Dates: To be announced