Explore 80+ parks and reserves

The Wild Card provides one year’s unlimited access to more than 80 parks and reserves in Southern Africa. You...

When a mole becomes a meal

Jackal buzzards are usually spotted in flight or perched on fence poles. So when two Wild Card members spotted...

Arbor Week 2017: A celebration of Makuleke’s giants

The majestic baobabs of Kruger’s Makuleke area are immense, iconic and vital to the ecosystem. As South Africa prepares...

A weekend with the stars at Marakele

Stargazing enthusiasts are in for a treat when the beautiful Marakele National Park plays host to a star-filled weekend...

Book review: A great white shark’s epic journey

How can a great white shark swim from South Africa to Australia – and back – in a matter...
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Explore 80+ parks and reserves
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When a mole becomes a meal
Conservation
Arbor Week 2017: A celebration of Makuleke’s giants
Editor's Picks
A weekend with the stars at Marakele
Books
Book review: A great white shark’s epic journey

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Eight new overnight treats at Mountain Zebra

With eight brand-new rock cottages, two of them wildly luxurious, Mountain Zebra National Park is the place to be. Be part of the park’s 80th birthday celebrations this year and treat yourself to a stay in Cape mountain zebra country.

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