Africa is synonymous with wildlife and nature. Here, you’ll find the Big Five,
but so much more – myriad species amid dramatic, unspoilt
landscapes. Expect your soul to be touched forever.
This 16ha wetland reserve in the middle of one of Cape Town's densest shopping and residential developments is an island of tranquility attracting 120 species of birds.
Africa has many game parks, but the Kruger National Park is arguably the most spectacular, with a diversity of wildlife that makes for an unforgettable experience.
The Endangered Wildlife Trust does sterling work to save endangered wild animals all over South Africa and many of its neighbouring countries.
The movie and book Jaws did a lot of damage to the image of the great white shark, now a protected species in South Africa.
You've read the books, seen the movies and TV programmes, now encounter the famous Big Five face-to-face: buffalo, elephant, lion, leopard and rhino.
Birding, one of the world’s fastest growing hobbies, is an extremely popular pastime in South Africa, home to approximately a tenth of the world's known birds.
The Cape Point Nature Reserve in the Western Cape province is where thousands of explorers converge annually to enjoy incredible biodiversity and natural beauty.
Habitat change and fragmentation of forests have led to the oribi, tsessebe and samango monkey being placed on the endangered species list.
Grassland wildflowers, especially in the Drakensberg, are more subtle but just as rewarding for floral fans as the spectacular horizon-wide blooms of the Namaqualand semi-desert.
You’ve no doubt heard of South Africa’s legendary Garden Route, but did you know it’s also home to the world’s only Big Five fynbos reserve?
God’s Window, a highlight of Mpumalanga’s scenic Panorama Route, extends from the rugged mountain range of the northern Drakensberg all the way to the Kruger National Park.
At the Lisbon Falls, you can see the Lisbon River splitting into three streams which cascade down the cliff face.
The East London coastline is a fascinating area for those interested in natural history; it is home to the oldest human footprints in the world.
There are not many places in the world that are able to preserve an air of time having passed them by, but Morgan's Bay, or Morgs as it is known to the locals, is right up there.
Driven by passion, the people who work at the Khamai Reptile Centre in Hoedspruit, Limpopo, take pride in sharing their love for reptiles and amphibians with visitors.
Visit an ancient kingdom that lies exposed in the ruins of Thulamela in the northern Kruger National Park.
The Cradle of Humankind draws visitors from around the world, not for its rural charms but for the fossil record that lies in the network of limestone caves beneath the surface.
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2146, South Africa
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