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Kruger Self-Drive Routes, Roads & Ratings

Wildlife Guide New Edition
By: Ingrid van den Berg(Author), Philip van den Berg(Illustrator), Heinrich van den Berg(Illustrator), Glenn Philips(Foreword By)
288 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: HPH Publishing
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Kruger Self-Drive: Routes, Roads & Ratings is not only the first comprehensive guide to all roads in Kruger National Park, but also suggests routes to drive from every camp. The book rates every single road in Kruger according to the probability of predator and antelope sightings, scenic beauty and birding opportunities. The road descriptions feature a write-up of the vegetation, game viewing opportunities and history where applicable, as well as images taken on that specific road. In addition, the book boasts an A2, full-size pull-out map featuring the roads and routes of Kruger National Park. The appendix section features the most common mammals, reptiles, birds and plants found in the Park. The revised Second Edition contains new maps and photographs.

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Husband and wife award-winning photographers Philip and Ingrid van den Berg share a love of Africa and all its facets. It is their passion to capture unique moments in nature and share these with readers, through the pages of their wildlife books. Now retired from careers in environmental education and biological sciences, Philip and Ingrid have transformed a love of photography into a full-time hobby, with several acclaimed wildlife books to their credit. With their extensive knowledge of the natural world coupled with their scientific backgrounds, they are an integral part of the HPH team.

Heinrich van den Berg is an international award-winning wildlife photographer, and is also an accomplished writer and publisher. Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Van den Berg is well known for pushing the boundaries of photography to create explosive images that are as beautiful as they are emotive. Van den Berg heads his own publishing company, HPH Publishing, and has successfully published over 40 full-colour wildlife titles since 2001. His books are highly acclaimed for both their quality and content. Heinrich and his wife Dana travel extensively in search of unique images.

Wildlife Guide New Edition
By: Ingrid van den Berg(Author), Philip van den Berg(Illustrator), Heinrich van den Berg(Illustrator), Glenn Philips(Foreword By)
288 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: HPH Publishing
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