Sunday Times Travel Podcast | Why staying at a private camp in Kruger National Park is worth the money
Jock Safari Lodge is one of eight privately-run camps in the world-famous Kruger National Park in South Africa. Staying in a private camp may be expensive but it offers unbeatable luxury and private game drives with some of the best rangers and trackers in the world. Paul Ash discovers why Jock Camp is so special.
21 Oct 2018
Places & Travel · Society & Culture Paul Ash
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