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Big change for minors crossing SA borders
Parents or legal guardians, take note. As from 1 June 2015 children under the age of 18 will require...read more »

Two of the orphaned lion cubs looking better than ever. Images courtesy of SANParks
Addo's orphaned lion cubs ready for next chapter
Shireen, Lara and Robin, the three famous lion cubs in Addo Elephant National Park, are safe and doi...read more »

New beetle species, Photo David Bilton
New beetle species shares name with SA entomologist
A new South African beetle species has been named after a Stellenbosch University entomologist. The ...read more »

Mountain Zebra's pesky (but precious) little fellows
Some of the smallest animals in the Mountain Zebra National Park make for the best entertainment, sa...read more »

101 Kruger Tales: A kill from our veranda
Visitors to Kruger dream of seeing a predator take down its kill. But few would dream of being as lu...read more »

Green spots
Four coastal reserves, three days. Simply join the dots for a wild escape within an easy drive of Ca...read more »

Exchange student's lucky day in Kruger
A trip to the Kruger National Park is a must for visitors to South Africa. But how many of them are ...read more »

Cape to Kruger and back visiting Wild Card parks
For a grand South African road trip, Wild has selected a route that takes you from coastal fynbos to...read more »

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Wild Card members, share your thoughts with us. Complete our Wild Card survey and help us improve yo...read more »

Signs of new life in Jonkershoek
When devastating wildfires swept through the Western Cape earlier this year, several protected areas...read more »

A wild Mother's Day
On 10 May we celebrate Mother’s Day. This year Wild decided to pay tribute to a different kind...read more »

Unlikely companions: Lion and croc share a kill
They say two is company, but in SANParks’ Kruger National Park a lion, zebra and crocodile is ...read more »

Msinisi: Inanda Dam and Game Reserve

Situated on the Inanda Dam in the Valley of a Thousand Hills in KwaZulu-Natal, this resort offers recreational boating and is famous for bass fishing. The Inanda Bass Classic fishing tournament attracts hundreds of anglers each year.
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Cotton Coulson, National Geographic photographer dies

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Bird Island opens visitor centre

The Cape gannet colony on Bird Island, Lambert’s Bay, is well worth a visit – especially with the opening of a new visitor centre.

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