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

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

Bird island opens visitor centre
The Cape gannet colony on Bird Island, Lambert’s Bay, is well worth a visit – more »

Friends share magical experience in national parks
British couple Dave and Louise Armstrong have been visiting South Africa for the past 25 years. more »

Elephants: a natural way to control numbers
The days of culling elephants in Kruger to control numbers belong to the past. Instead the park is more »

Secretarybird vs snake: Too much on your plate, mate?
Expert hunters of snakes, secretarybirds rank among the Kgalagadi's most charismatic raptors. When more »

6 things to do at Ithala Game Reserve
With its rugged thornveld, rivers and valleys, ancient rock formations and cliffs of pink and more »

New wheels for Addo's anti-poaching rangers
Addo Elephant National Park can now expand their anti-poaching initiatives to the most northern more »

New Nossob development in Kgalagadi on hold
Visitors can look forward to new chalets and new fully serviced campsites in Kgalagadi more »

SANParks on the forefront of universal accessibility
For nature lovers with disabilities the national parks offer a range of accessible accommodation, more »

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife: Kamberg

A delightful spot with attractive picnic sites near the Mooi River, and trout dams which provide a relaxing alternative to the scenic, self-guided walks. It's central to many other well-known Berg hotspots like Lotheni and Giant's Castle.
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