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Africa Day 2018: experience iconic landmarks

Calling Africa home, is indeed a privilege and honour. The landscape is packed with cultural diversity, archaeological wonders and...

Win a Kruger experience to collar wild dogs with Vodacom Red

Ever dreamt of tracking and collaring one of Africa’s most endangered carnivores, the African wild dog? In June, two...

May poll: I don’t visit Wild Card destinations without…

Like soldiers not braving war without swords, avid travellers to Wild Card’s more than 80 parks and reserves have...

A stay like none: a stoep with a view

In English, the well-known Afrikaans term stoep refers to a veranda or a porch. But in South Africa a...

How to be a responsible hiker

Whether you ramble among fynbos or trek across mountains, be a responsible hiker for yourself, the environment and others....
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Africa Day 2018: experience iconic landmarks
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Win a Kruger experience to collar wild dogs with Vodacom Red
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May poll: I don’t visit Wild Card destinations without…
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A stay like none: a stoep with a view
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How to be a responsible hiker

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A stay like none: a stoep with a view

In English, the well-known Afrikaans term stoep refers to a veranda or a porch. But in South Africa a stoep is far more than just that. A stoep is where you go to think, to imagine, to dream and to relax. But a stoep with a view… Well now, that’s pure bliss.

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‘A lesson to all elephant enthusiasts’

There’s many a tale of wildlife lovers underestimating the power and speed of Africa’s grey giants. Especially in the Kruger National Park, where ellie roadblocks are a regular occurrence. One Wild traveller found out what happens when close is too close.

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A stay like none: a stoep with a view

In English, the well-known Afrikaans term stoep refers to a veranda or a porch. But in South Africa a stoep is far more than just that. A stoep is...

Why did the snake cross the road?

For a bunch of first timers to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, a snake crossing the road is a noteworthy event. But what happens after the snake crossed the road?...