Posts – Wildlife

Thanks for coming

  • 03 February 2016 by Suzanne Rose

Aldana and Dino Chiodi, well known Argentina travel bloggers recently came to South Africa on a Bloggers takeover. The blogs they wrote and the images they took gave South Africa all the recognition it deserves!


SAFARI South Africa | A Time-Lapse Film - In 4K

  • 01 February 2016 by Warren Raaff

We found an incredible time lapse video that successfully summarises the safari experience.


Wildlife on sea

  • 01 February 2016 by Warren Raaff

With some of the most breathtaking coastlines in the world, truly find yourself at one of our incredible coastal national parks.


Getting your lion's share at the Kruger Park

  • 29 January 2016 by Warren Raaff

When you come to South Africa on safari, you can expect an experience like no other.


Holiday Planning

  • 26 January 2016 by Suzanne Rose

An article written by Teagan Cunniffe for Getaway, “30 wonderful South African holiday destinations you need to visit in 2016”, will get you planning in no time.


Successful Safaris

  • 13 January 2016 by Suzanne Rose

Going on safari is not your everyday holiday destination so being prepared will help you enjoy your experience and make it the trip of a lifetime.


Botanical Bliss

  • 21 December 2015 by Suzanne Rose

In South Africa we take great pride in keeping our botanical gardens clean, beautiful and of course indigenous. Enjoy the botanical garden in your province this holiday.


Know your South African rivers

  • 15 December 2015 by Suzanne Rose

Get to know South African rivers so you too can enjoy them with your families. These seven rivers offer a host of outdoor activities.


Dolphin and penguin cruises in PE!

  • 03 December 2015 by Suzanne Rose

Take the opportunity to enjoy a fun and educational trip with your family this festive season.


Know your Indigenous Plants

  • 06 November 2015 by Suzanne Rose

Around 10% of the world’s flowering species are found in South Africa, the only country with an entire plant kingdom inside its borders. They come in an array of shapes, forms, colours and sizes and if you enjoy flora then plan your visit to South Africa today.