Trip report: Camdeboo National Park
Encircling the town of Graaff-Reinet, Camdeboo National Park is an excellent base from which to explore the area. Clarissa Hughes won a stay at the park's new Lakeview Tented Camp. She spent four days there and says each one was filled to the brim with activity.
Getting to know our restios
Laat die biesies bewe! Restios are reed-like plants that are found mostly in the Western Cape. A revised edition of Restios of the Fynbos sheds light on these plants.
2013 Namaqua - Flowers Beach Camp - Open for bookings
Following a successful two years the Flower Beach Camp hosted in the Namaqua National Park is once again open for bookings.
Flood update: Kruger
Areas in and around the Kruger National Park experienced heavy rainfall in January 2013. Several of the park entrance gates, camps, roads and other facilities were closed following the floods, but many have reopened.
More specials from SANParks at Bontebok, Camdeboo and Golden Gate!
South African National Parks (SANParks) is offering special 40% discounts to short notice online reservations for accommodation and camping at Bontebok and Camdeboo National Parks, and at Glen Reenen Rest Camp in the Golden Gate Highlands National Park.
New jacket for Kruger National Park heritage plaques
The SANParks Honorary Rangers of the Highveld Region launched an initiative to restore the various heritage sites in Kruger National Park. By Lizet Kotze
Overnight Stop: Break the journey at Bontebok
Heading for the Garden Route from Cape Town? The perfect pause awaits at Bontebok National Park, a peaceful pocket just off the N2. By Ron Swilling
Two nights at Agulhas
If you have a weekend or holiday ahead then there's a lot to look forward to on a visit to the Southern Tip of Africa. By Martina Polley.
Half Price Specials from SANParks!
South African National Parks (SANParks) is offering special 50% discounts to short notice reservations for selected accommodation at Agulhas and Golden Gate Highlands National Parks.
The Kruger National Park is full of wonderful surprises as Chad Cocking found out on his visit to the park in 2008. Chad had the unbelievable luck of witnessing a leopard and her cub as they crossed the Sabie River.