A visit by lions
On his first night in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Rob Dickie from Cape Town nearly had to share his braai with a lion and two lionesses.
5 Big Reasons to book a conference package at Mopani
The Mopani Restcamp and Conference Centre in the Kruger National Park offers you an even better reason to visit and book a conference with them.
Colour in and win!
If you’re looking for something to keep your children entertained, then don’t miss our colour-in competition. Download this image below and give this to your child to colour in – the winning contestant will receive a weekend away with their family to a National Park.
There’s also a copy on the back of your autumn magazine’s address sheet. Your issue’s in the post, so look out for it.
My first visit to Kruger
Taking part in the Wild Jump was the thrill of a lifetime for Xolela Magazi, Wild Card customer consultant. For Xolela it was his first time in a plane, as well as his first time in a national park.
Goukamma's recent renovations
The Goukamma Nature Reserve is an ideal stop over along the Garden Route. It’s only 20 km west of Sedgefield, but it’s a place where you’ll want to spend more than one night. Here’s why…
DOING THE PAFURI WITH CHRISTOPHER MUTHATHIE
A birding trip to Pafuri in the far north of Kruger National Park is extra special when senior trail ranger Christopher Muthathie volunteers to take one out for the day.
By Anton Odendal, chairman of BirdLife Overberg
News Flash: Wild Card purchase points: West Coast National Park
Visitors to the West Coast National Park must keep in mind that Wild Cards can only be bought within the park and not at the main entrance gate off the R27.
Winning foreign friends for rhino
This autumn Rene Burdych and his son Dante will be trekking to Mount Everest Base Camp in support of rhino. Their mission is to raise awareness of the poaching crisis abroad.
River Rafting for the first time
In early March, Lynn Robinson and her best friend Tertia Botha, both first time rafters, completed a four-day Orange River adventure. What’s it like to tackle the Orange River as a novice paddler? We caught up with Lynn Robinson to find out about her experience.
Saving the Ludwig's Bustard
Ludwig’s Bustard became a globally Endangered species in 2010 due to increasing collisions with power lines and wind farms. In an attempt to reduce the mortality, their movements are now being tracked using Eskom-funded GPS satellite transmitters.
By Jessica Shaw