Our rhino have a new champion as South Africa-born Miss USA Nana Meriwether comes home to take up the cause.
Gondwana Game Reserve in the Western Cape, the Bloemfontein Zoo and Conservation Global have joined forces to return Thandora, a female elephant, to the wild after 23 years in captivity.
For many visitors, having a personal guide to interpret what they see makes a huge difference on safari in South Africa. The more you know, the more you want to know…
You may have watched lions, heard them roar, seen them from a game-drive vehicle – but have you ever walked with them? Visit Ukutula in North West province and have an amazing experience…
Tens of thousands of pigeon-sized kestrels head to the Karoo every year from the Steppes and Kazakhstan, probably flying via Saudi Arabia. They’re easy to see, but for the most part, they are true Eurasian enigmas.
Always expect the unexpected on safari. The last thing I expected was to see a white rhino darted in the middle of the only Big Five fynbos game reserve in the world.
Camp Shawu offers a true African bush experience with a hint of luxury.
The quickest way to clear your mind and to happily immerse yourself in another world is to sit at a waterhole and watch the critters come to drink.
Find out a little more about those small cats we don’t often see in the wild.
The summer months of November, December, January and February are buck baby-boom time, when you’ll see hundreds of baby antelopes all over the bush.
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