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The Kruger National Park is an internationally renowned wildlife sanctuary and one of South Africa’s top tourist attractions. However, this wasn’t always the case. Throughout its early years, the park was very unpopular and many people downright hated the idea of a reserve dedicated to the preservation of animals (‘But what’s the point of looking at the things?’, one critic decried). Now, a new book has been released that finally reveals the engrossing and little-known story of how an unwanted wasteland grew into the one of the greatest game reserves in the world. Thoroughly researched and written in a breezy, informative writing style, ‘Fair Game – a hidden history of the Kruger National Park’ is designed as a good read that will enlighten KNP buffs and novices alike.
Also included: a comprehensive Planning Guide, filled with useful advice to help readers make the most of their time in the reserve.