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Paddling for Adventure
With its mosaic of lakes and waterways, pristine coastal forest and 18 km golden beach, the Wilderness Section of the Garden Route National Park is paradise for nature enthusiasts. By Stephen Cunliffe.
Paddling in the Richtersveld
An African Fish Eagle greets our eyes as we search the brilliant sky tracking its decrescendo call. Ah, we have arrived. No river trip is complete without the masters of the sky. And so, with excited anticipation, begins a four-day, three-night nomadic journey down the mighty Gariep, better known as the Orange River.
Paddling the Whiskey Creek Canoe Trail
After being closed for almost three years due to flood damage, the CapeNature Keurbooms Nature Reserve Whiskey Creek Canoe Trail (near Plettenberg Bay) is finally once again open. Dale Morris talks to reserve manager Henk Nieuwoudt.
Safe paddling - tips from one of SA's leading exploratory kayakers, Andrew Kellett
Paddling is one of the best ways of exploring the less accessible parts of our amazing protected areas – there is something special about being in a place where few others can get to.