If you've ever dreamed of a safari holiday but baulked at the price, here's your chance to experience one from afar.

With help from Google Street View, people from all over the world can witness elephants, leopards, zebras, warthogs and more from the comfort of their own home.

Two warthogs fight in Kruger National Park. Photo / Google
Two warthogs fight in Kruger National Park. Photo / Google

The online map service now offers viewers

in South Africa.

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Spotted! The elusive leopard. Photo / Google
Spotted! The elusive leopard. Photo / Google

A post on

said the experience gave users the chance to see a rhinoceros grazing, an elephant enjoying a grassy snack, a herd of buffalo charging and an elusive leopard.


As well as Kruger National Park, the Mzansi Experience extends to the impressive view from Table Mountain, Jonkershoek Nature Reserve, Cape Point, and Kirstenbosch Gardens.

The view from Table Mountain. Photo / Google
The view from Table Mountain. Photo / Google

Armchair tourists can also take a virtual stroll along the Sunset Beach and Durban's Golden Mile.

Picturesque Sandy Bay in South Africa. Photo / Google
Picturesque Sandy Bay in South Africa. Photo / Google

Located in northeastern South Africa, Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in the continent. It became South Africa's first national park in 1926.

- nzherald.co.nz