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Balule Nature Reserve
There is the live stream from the South African Balule Nature Reserve. The webcam is installed on the bank of the Olifants River – the largest in the huge Kruger National Park, which houses the Balule private reserve. You can see online hippos, crocodiles, elephants and other wild animals, as well as birds living in this natural park.
The best animals’ activity near the Olifants River is observed in the winter months of this continent: from May to October. You can catch a “peak” in a webcam in the time of sunrise or sunset when some of the rare animals appear.
The Balule Nature Reserve, from where there is a live stream conducted, is a part of the Kruger Park, covering an area of 23,000 km2.
Private Balule Natural Park is located in a mixed forest ecozone, one of several eco-zones in the lower reaches, in the place of the largest variety of fauna and flora.
The reserve, part of which is perfectly visible in the online camera, shares open borders with Kruger Park, being part of a huge ecosystem and home for all permanent safari animals.
The Olifants River, which you can see on the live cam, attracts many wild animals, including elephants, buffaloes, goats, and giraffes. You can often catch a lion.
Besides a large number of mammals, there are more than 250 species of birds in the park Balule, including many predatory representatives.
Kruger National Park
The Kruger National Park with the Balule private nature reserve in our webcam, is the largest and most popular zoo in South Africa. The park is located on the north of Mpumalanga and Limpopo.
The area of the National Park exceeds the area of Israel. The number of wild animals has no analogues in the world. There are: elephants, rhinos, buffaloes, giraffes, hippos, zebras, lions, leopards, cheetahs and many other mammals and birds. From the east, the park is surrounded by Lebombo Mountains.
Kruger Park has conditionally is divided to 4 districts.
Kruger‘s park central Region is inhabited by a large population of predators: lions, leopards, hyenas and cheetahs, as well as antelopes, giraffes, buffaloes, zebras and wildebeest. It is best to observe wild birds in the Kruger‘s Far North Region. Besides, this part of the park is great for picnics and walks. The driest area is the Northern Kruger Park Region. Despite this, the rivers Letaba and Olifants with our live camera flow here. The hilliest part of the park is the Southern Kruger Park Region. On its territory there is the Lebombo Mountains, in the rare trees in the valleys: Cape chestnut, rock figs, coral and lavender trees. There are many leopards, and in the valley of the Mbyamiti River there are antelopes, giraffes, buffaloes and zebras.
Kruger Park, which part is visible in the online camera, is a territory with ideal conditions for safari. Also, here you can simply walk or fly in a balloon. Horse riding and golf lovers will also find entertainment. If you want to relax, in the park there are opportunities for spa treatments.
In addition to the independent voyage, in Kruger Park, from where our live stream is being conducted, there are various excursions with good night accommodation options.
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