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Camping along the water's edge
Being mesmerised by the flames of the campfire under a star-filled sky is indeed special. But the night becomes magical when you add the trickling sound of a river or the reflection of the moon on a still dam.
Have Tent, Will Travel
Creating the ultimate camping list will be Magriet Kruger’s next challenge.
Campsites with the most privacy
Camping alone in nature is a transcendental experience. It is so quiet without the crowds that one can hear the flap of a bird’s wing, the whispering of shy leaves and the silence-hugging landscape as it stretches awake in the early morning.
Campsites with the best views
Few things in life come close to watching a breathtaking sunset over endless hills while your potjie bubbles away happily at your side. Or enjoying a panorama of silence and eye-candy from the comfort of your fold-out chair. It’s not impossible to find camping destinations with such magnificent views, you just have to know where to find them.
Roughing it in the Cederberg
Love sleeping out in the open … Just you and the bush? You decide where to set up camp in this untouched wilderness.
Camdeboo gets camping
Camdeboo National Park, home to the breathtaking Valley of Desolation near Graaff-Reinet, will open the Nqweba Campsite on 1 March 2012.
Did you know? Camdeboo National Park encircles the town of Graaff-Reinet.
A few things that I took to the Kgalagadi:
The trip began some months ago when I was offered the opportunity to visit the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, one of South Africa and Botswana’s gorgeous national parks.
Trip report: Knysna Forest Timber Camping Decks
You can't sleep closer or deeper in the forest than these camping decks.
Going camping? Go green!
Camping is a great way to get close to nature. Here are some green tips to help you keep your wild camping spot as pretty as you found it.
Kwazulu-Natal's top camping spots
September has arrived, and although spring has not yet officially joined the southern hemisphere, the flowers are out and fishing season is open. With the promise of warmer weather on its way, why not get exploring this season and check out some of KwaZulu-Natal’s prime camping spots:
Best hiking foods
Soon I will be out in the bush hiking for four days through the Kruger National Park. It will be the first time that I will hike through the park. I’ve found myself visiting Kruger on many occasions but from the safety of game viewing vehicles and cars.