The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and the Greater Kruger National Park are two of Southern Africa's flagship parks, but both offer very different experiences of the wild.
So when you're planning your next trip to the wilderness and you're faced with a toss up between the two, which one will you choose? The Kgalagadi - where "the red dunes and scrub fade into infinity"? Or the Kruger - where "unrivalled diversity fuses with historical and archaeological sites"? Are the imposing camel thorn trees of the Kgalagadi whispering your name or is it the action-packed waterholes of Kruger that get your heartbeat racing?
Enjoy this gallery of some iconic Kgalagadi and Kruger highlights. And see if you can guess where each photo was taken before looking at the caption.
Cover photo of a giraffe spraying water in the Kgalagadi by Samuel Cox.