Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies is derived from the Khoi name for 'place of the Great Noise' – one of the world’s largest waterfalls. The Augrabies Falls National Park region is home to the Nama people.
Tswalu Kalahari Reserve
Tswalu Kalahari Reserve, located at the foot of the Korannaberg Mountains in the grasslands of the Kalahari, Northern Cape, is South Africa’s largest private game reserve. This malaria-free reserve plays host to a large amount of rare game, 230 bird species and 70 different mammal species making for abundant and unforgettable wildlife sightings.
Kgalagadi Transfontier Park
Kgalagadi Transfontier Park was proclaimed in 1931 to protect migratory game in the region. Located in a large sand-filled basin, this arid landscape overlaps both South Africa and Botswana to create one of the largest conservation areas in the world, covering over 3,6 million hectares.
Mokala National Park
Mokala National Park offers an unchartered wilderness area home to an abundance of animal, bird and plant life. Mokala, meaning ‘Camel Thorn’ in Setswana is named after the important trees that occur in arid sandy desert regions and are a resource to both the wildlife and humans who inhabit the area. For nature lovers seeking peace, serenity and tranquility, Mokala National Park is a must.