Posts Tagged ‘facebook’

Facebook Photo Competition Winners!


Following our call to KrugerPark.com fans for wildlife photographs that we could use as the new banner on our Facebook page, we had the very difficult task of selecting a winner from the hundreds of entries submitted on our Facebook wall and via email. First of all, we want to say a huge ‘thanks’ to everyone who submitted a photograph – your response really blew us away and made us so proud to be involved with such a special community of wildlife enthusiasts. So, thank you!
 
Because we received so many special photographs, the task of choosing just a single pic for the banner and the profile photo was almost impossible. After settling on a profile picture, we decided to choose a Top 10 for the banner, which we will change every month for the next couple of months. So instead of just one winner, we now have ten. Without further ado, let’s meet them! Read the rest of this entry »

We want your photos!

Krugerpark.com is getting a Facebook makeover! With the recent changes in Facebook’s timeline format, our page is going to look a little different soon, and we want your help…
 
Lion biting mirror - Tracey Webber

Lion biting mirror, by Tracey Webber

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Bringing Kruger Park closer to you

This month sees the unveiling and official launch of some exciting new avenues for our domain, in a jump towards making what we do even more accessible, all the more engaging, and as rewarding as possible for you, our customer. Twitter, facebook, newsletter, and blog feeds, all original and jammed full of fresh content, will be integrated, regularly updated, and, most importantly, open to you, the reader, to post pictures, comment on specials, and let us know how you enjoy your time in the world outside.

At a time when up-to-the-second updates go out live all around the world, no place provides as much raw material for news than a bustling nature reserve. Twitter provides our guests the chance to update each other on sightings and locations, share information, trade impressions at the end of a long day in the lowveld, and comment on the hard earned twitpics shared by their fellow trekkers and bush enthusiasts. Check out our twitter profile at http://twitter.com/krugerparkcom, become a follower, and you can brought up to date with the goings on of all your favourite destinations, long after your last day on safari there. Use information shared by park rangers to plan your next excursion, or send us an @message and let us know when you’ll planning your return trip! The possibilities are vast, and the group will also be incorporated into some of our giveaways and competitions, so keep your eyes and updates fresh! Read the rest of this entry »

We are proud to introduce…

The secret to any good project worth its own time is a proper introduction, and we here at krugerpark.com felt it only proper to introduce ourselves on this, the launch of our blog, and to let you know about some of the awesome things we’ll be up to in the next few weeks. Perhaps more importantly, though, is to let you know that you have the opportunity to be a part of all of it, with just the click of a button.

So, without further ado…

With a decade’s worth of experience behind it, krugerpark.com provides a reliable, informed and efficient liaison between travellers and accredited South African National Parks. Bringing you, the client, up to date with availability, special offers and rates, and information on facilities, activities and indigenous wildlife attractions, our dedicated team of travel experts act as authorised resellers, any possible activity within the krugerpark, as well as any other South African National Park, put instantly within your reach. Our agents operate on automated systems, maintained by an in-house technical team, ensuring the safety and reliability of all your bookings with us.

Another primary service of ours is the booking and coordination of Luxury Lodge accommodation, something we’ve geared towards finding guests the best prices and most suitable lodging for their stay in one of our eleven supported game reserves, nature reserves or private concessions.

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