Crocodiles are found in all the major rivers of the Kruger National Park, as well as in most of the larger dams. Sunset Dam just outside Lower Sabie (on the H4-1) is probably one of the best places in the whole park to see these prehistoric giants. River crossings are also great spots to look for crocs, and any bridge generally gives you a great view over the water and therefore a chance to see crocodiles.
Look for their long, log-like shapes on sandbanks or floating in the middle of the water. They often lie in the sun during the heat of the day to warm their cold-blooded bodies.
One of the best places for crocodiles is the low bridge over the Shingwedzi River on the S135, but only when the river is full.
Look for crocodiles from the Skukuza and Lower Sabie riverfronts.
You should also see crocodiles at Sunset Dam just outside Lower Sabie on the H4-1.
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