As summer begins to wane and colder seasons crawl close, March gives way to perfect weather to visit Kruger National Park. With a temperature that’s not too cold nor too hot, exploring the area would be a pleasant experience. There would be occasional showers due to change of season, which allows the foliage and plants to thrive. It’s a great time to take photos during this month with a lush landscape the park offers. It's also during March is the best time to reach the destination for birdwatching. You will enjoy the views of colorful birds huddling in big groups. A wide variety of animal species dwell in Kruger National Park where there are about 149 mammals, 507 birds, 114 reptiles, 34 amphibians, and 49 fish. You may encounter the Big 5 during an adventurous game, or a guided nature walk. Besides thriving wildlife, flora and fauna, there are also plenty of cultural sights within the area. Thulamela, Letaba Elephant Hall Museum, and Masorini ruins are just a few places you need to see to learn more about the history and culture of South Africa.