Wildlife


Read about the varied wildlife that call the national parks of South Africa their home. Find out which species reside in which area.
The Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area is South Africa's third largest nature reserve and spans an area of 288 087 hectares...
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Bontebok National Park is South Africa's smallest national park, an attractive nature reserve ideal for a short stopover while travelling up to the Garden Route or down to Cape Town...
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Located on the southernmost tip of Africa where the Atlantic and the Indian oceans meet, the Cape Agulhas National Park has jagged landscapes, crashing waves...
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The Karoo National Park is located in the north-east of South Africa's Western Cape Province. The nature reserve is home to an interesting variety of birds and mammals...
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A popular tourist, the Garden Route National Park is home to a profuse array of mammals, birds, reptiles and marine animals and is a magical destination...
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Known to offer some of the best African wildlife sightings and bird-watching in South Africa, the Kgalagadi is an arid-area game reserve that spans across...
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Mapungubwe National Park is a bird-watcher's paradise and is home to over 456 species of birds as well as the Big Five of the African bush...
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Home to a number of rare and endangered African game species including Black and White Rhino, Tsessebe and Savanna Buffalo, the Mokala National Park is located in the Northern Cape Province...
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Known for providing excellent viewing of Buffalo and Black Rhino as well as being the nature reserve that saved the Cape Mountain Zebra, the Mountain Zebra National Park...
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Just a short drive from Gauteng's two major cities; Johannesburg and Pretoria, travellers will be able to enjoy a Big Five safari experience at the Pilanesberg Game Reserve...
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Rhinos are one of South Africa's biggest draw cards as the country is home to the largest remaining population of these ancient animals. Learn about the Rhino of South Africa...
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The West Coast National Park is famous for its many spring flowers and excellent pelagic birding. However, it is home to many marine species and small mammals...
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he landscape and wildlife of Addo Elephant National Park is an abundant and flourishing environment where over 417 species of birds, 95 different mammal species including the Big Five...
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Famed as the wildlife park that saved the White Rhino from extinction, today Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve in KwaZulu Natal is home to a large population of Rhino...
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Proclaimed South Africa's first World Heritage Site, the exceptionally beautiful iSimangaliso Wetland Park is renowned for its diverse wildlife...
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Kwandwe Private Game Reserve is a 22 000 hectare luxury safari park located in the Eastern Cape Province. The reserve is home to Lion, Leopard...
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The vast expanse of the semi-arid Tankwa Karoo National Park is located in the Northern Cape Province. A typical Karoo environment, the harsh arid landscape...
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South Africa Nature Reserves : Game Reserves and National Parks
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