Travel Guides


These comprehensive travel guides to selected Nature Reserves in South Africa will cover everything you need to know when planning your next holiday...
The Eastern Cape's leading national park; the Addo Elephant National Park, is a malaria free, Big Five game reserve known for its' large Elephant population and spectacular game viewing...
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Located on the southernmost point of Africa where the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans meet, the Agulhas National Park has one of the richest and diverse arrays of plant species for its size in the world...
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Straddling the border between South Africa and Namibia, the Ai-Ais Richtersveld Transfrontier Park is rich in plant and animal species that are all carefully adapted to survive...
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One of the most popular tourist destinations in South Africa's Northern Cape Province, the Augrabies Falls are a 145m waterfall and is a magnificent sight to behold...
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One of South Africa's World Heritage Sites, a visit to Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area in the Eastern Cape offers nature lover's the opportunity of exploring a massive landscape with rugged mountainous...
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Located just outside Swellendam on the N2, the Bontebok National Park is South Africa's smallest nature reserves and is recognised as contributing to the conservation of the Bontebok...
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Located in the north-west of South Africa's Eastern Cape Province, Camdeboo National Park is a peaceful and tranquil nature reserve with the town of Graaff-Reinet at its heart....
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With the Cedarberg Mountains at its core the Cedarberg Wilderness Area is known for its spectacular scenery, and the Western Cape's greatest collection of San Rock paintings...
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A beautiful nature reserve located right on the east coast shoreline of South Africa's Western Cape Province, the De Hoop Nature Reserve is a popular destination for whale watching...
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Considered one of South Africa's most dramatic landscapes, the massive Drakensberg mountain range covers over 250 000 hectares of KwaZulu-Natal's landscape and is a must-see destination...
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The astonishingly beautiful Garden Route National Park is one of South Africa's glittering gems. Offering exquisite coastal and mountainous vistas, abundant wildlife and exciting activities...
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Everything you need to know about the Golden Gate Highlands National Park, one of the Free State Province's most popular tourist destinations...
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Known for its outstanding natural scenery with panoramic views out over the Great Fish River, the Great Fish River Nature Reserve is home to one of South Africa's largest populations of Black Rhinoceros...
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The oldest game reserve in South Africa, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi is a Big Five safari park recognised as the game reserve that saved the White Rhino....
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The prodigious biodiversity of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park in KwaZulu Natal offers breath-taking scenery, superb stretches of coastline and a wide range of game animals...
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Known for its excellent game-viewing including 4 of the Big Five, diverse bird populations and unfenced bush camps, Ithala Game Reserve is a 30 000 hectare mountainous safari reserve...
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A rugged safari park with spectacular escarpment scenery and an interesting mixture of game animals, the Karoo National Park has a rich fossil record and is considered one of the best...
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The Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park stretches across South Africa and Botswana, on the border of Namibia. Known for its exceptional predator sightings the safari park...
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Kwandwe Private Game Reserve is a Big Five safari park situated in the Eastern Cape. The park straddles the Great Fish River to the north-east of Grahamstown...
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A travel guide to exploring the Mapungubwe National Park in Limpopo with tips on what to do, how to get there, and what not to miss while staying in one of the tented camps or game lodges...
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Home to the world's largest breeding colony of the endangered Cape Vulture as well as the Big Five of the animal kingdom, Marakele National Park offers an African safari experience with a difference...
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Forming part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, uMkhuze Game Reserve is a popular safari park in South Africa; where African wildlife including Giraffe, Zebra and Buffalo roam freely...
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Located 78 kilometres south-west of the Northern Cape's capital; Kimberley, Mokala National Park is home to a number of endangered wildlife species including both species of Rhino...
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The Mountain Zebra National Park with its wide range of game species, including Buffalo and Rhino is acclaimed as being the South African National Park that saved the Cape Mountain Zebra...
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A popular tourist attraction, especially between July and September when the ground is covered in a blanket of brightly coloured flowers, the Namaqua National Park...
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Located on the border of Mozambique in the far north of KwaZulu-Natal, Ndumo Game Reserve is known for having the largest number of bird species in one area in South Africa...
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An easy to use travel guide explaining what to do, where to stay and how to get to the Big Five game reserve in South Africa's North West Province; the Pilanesberg...
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Pilanesberg National Park, in the Northwest Province of South Africa, is the most underrated and misunderstood wildlife reserve in Africa...
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A travel guide to exploring the best known, iconic landmark of Cape Town, South Africa and the national park surrounding it – the Table Mountain National Park...
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The Tankwa Karoo National Park is located in the western Karoo just 250 kilometres (155 miles) drive from Cape Town in the Northern Cape. Offering vast open space, peace and tranquillity...
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The Richtersveld in South Africa’s Northern Cape Province is a place of great diversity in a seemingly barren landscape, and is a must-see for ecologists and nature lovers alike...
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The Drakensberg mountain range, stretching along the eastern side of South Africa, is a place of rugged beauty made up of plateaus, peaks, cliffs and deep valleys....
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The West Coast National Park with its extremely rich bird life and wonderful diversity of marine organisms is one of the most beautiful coastal wetlands in South Africa...
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