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Kruger Park Eco-System With The Wildlife And Vegetation

Kruger Park’s eco-system consist of 5 zones that entices different wildlife to the vegetation and climate. The Kruger National Park is generally flat to gently move with average height of 260 meters (853 feet) at the sea level.

Sixteen manifest landscapes information provide natural home for an animals, plants, and organisms. It is close to the Southern Hemisphere. National Park with a periodical rain that comes with thunder showers. The month of April and August are considered to be very cold in this area.


When the rainfall is intimating to fall, the southern area obtain the biggest amount of rain shower meanwhile the central plains get the minimum. The temperature starts from 30 C (86 F) in the month of January. The summer temperature in July is of 23 C (73 F) denoting an already cold season. You should be aware that the weather can change to 47 C (117 F) in January and 35 C (95 F) in July during winter.


In 1996 it was said that the South Africa Wetland ceased to be visible at that time.  The planets at Wetlands are productive in the ecosystem. Wetlands take place at the movement of water. The temperature can go to 7-18 C (45-64 F) we are therefore advising visitors on wearing clothes that are more comfortable and seasonal in order to be able to move around the park. It is advised to be drinking more water to avoid stroke.

Vegetation Zones

The changes in the weather do affect the vegetation ecosystem. That live and sometime also that can multiple the vegetation zone. The change to impact the giving out to the society physics of many animals.

Zone 1

The environment in the North of the Olifants River to the Limpopo River is the warmest and too dry area at the National Park. The vegetation is dominating with the Mopane tree not much perturbed. We observe an alkaline soil and erratic rainfall in the area which permit the sun rays to go through the ground and wet the tree. From there the tree can absorbs little heat.

Zone 2

The environment at the south to the Olifants River on the eastern side of the Kruger National Park very much affect the acacia thorn trees.  The environment have the higher rainfall and soil is very fertile which is advantageous for vegetation.

Zone 3

The biggest area in the National Park is between the Crocodile and Olifants Rivers, directly to the west of the acacia tree.

Zone 4

The Kruger National Park between the Sabie and Crocodile Rivers obtain around 760mm of rain each year including the Acacias tree.

Zone 5

The valleys of the Luvuvhu and Limpopo rivers, along the Kruger Park’s northern boundary is the smallest habitat you will find at the National Park.