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...

Kruger’s grieving zebras?

After spotting a dead Burchell’s zebra foal in the Kruger National Park, we were privy to a series of...

WATCH: Kgalagadi predators – fighting or flirting?

Driving solo through the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, one Wild traveller had double the luck with two same-species encounters. One...

On the spoor of SA’s rare antelope species

They are rare, elusive and thrilling to spot. Can you brag with a sighting of one of South Africa’s...

Fall in love with Golden Gate and win a stay

Planning a weekend getaway should be easy and stress-free. And so should the location! Golden Gate Highlands National Park...
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Wild Card members enjoy a year’s free access to our protected areas. They also support conservation. Why you should join.

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Earth Day 2017: Under the sea

Think about the view of Earth from outer space and you can almost hear Sir David Attenborough describe our blue planet. Two thirds of our world’s surface is covered with water. What better way to celebrate Earth Day 2017 than by diving deep into our oceans?

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Kruger’s grieving zebras?

After spotting a dead Burchell’s zebra foal in the Kruger National Park, we were privy to a series of touching and extraordinary events. Was what we witnessed a collective grieving ritual by a herd of zebras?

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