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...

Lone Kruger lioness targets young giraffe

The scene was a picture of peace: three giraffes browsing leisurely next to a Kruger waterhole. Neither the photographer...

Five rock art sites that will enchant you

The mystical paintings of the San call to us down the centuries, offering tantalising glimpses of who these hunter-gatherers...

Celebrating lions with Wild Shots speakers

On 23 September 2017 it’s time for the annual Wild Shots Wildlife Photography Symposium in Cape Town. With World...

Trip report: ‘Otter Trail is pure bliss and beauty’

Following the pristine Tsitsikamma coastline, the Otter Trail is South Africa’s ultimate multi-day hike. With secluded beaches, cosy log...
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Explore 80+ parks and reserves
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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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