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Inaugural Race Along CapeNature
The Whale of Trail event on 10 May 2014 promises trail runners stunning vistas and new challenges....read more »

A Weekend in the Wilderness: The Cederberg - Part Two
Part Two of Wild magazine's trip report on the Cederberg Wilderness Area, with tips on the best acti...read more »

A Weekend in the Wilderness: The Cederberg - Part One
Wild magazine's digital journalist Rebekah Funk and graphic designer Candi Acheson packed up their h...read more »

A Hair-Raising Encounter at Tamboti Tented Camp
Wild Card member Henry Eales tells of his "too close for comfort" encounter with a nightti...read more »

Early Closure on 17 April 2014
Details on Wild Card Call Centre closures over the Easter holidays....read more »

Unbelievable Kruger Sighting? Believe it!
Wild contributor Patrick Makkink recounts his once-in-a-lifetime wildlife sighting during a rec...read more »

Kruger gate quotas over Easter 2014
Are you planning a day visit to Kruger over the Easter weekend? Make sure you get there early or pre...read more »

Southern Tip Day 2014: Historical Walk
Join a walk to historical sites in Agulhas National Park in celebration of Southern Tip Day. This an...read more »

Trail Runners Lace Up for Table Mountain Conservation
On 18 April 2014, SANParks trail runners will don their marathon gear to raise funds for conservatio...read more »

Researchers Use 'Cat HIV' to Map Lion Interaction
Stellenbosch University researchers are using the presence of 'cat HIV' among lions to map the inter...read more »

Visually-Impaired Teens Experience Sensory Safari
Learners with visual impairments spent time with SANParks' Honorary Rangers in Kruger National Park ...read more »

Elephant games in Addo
On a visit to the Addo Elephant National Park photographer Jean du Plessis came across this baby ele...read more »

Kogelberg Nature Reserve

Kogelberg Nature Reserve
Often considered the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom, the reserve is unspoilt with its peaks, dips and tributaries of the Palmiet River creating a remote wilderness. Hikers and rowers have much to explore, but the terrain is tough.
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