Trail runner Andre Calitz on the Otter Trail Run
At the exhibition of Cape Union Mart’s gear for winter, Wild caught up with trail runner Andre Calitz. Sponsored by K-Way, this athlete has set the world of offroad running ablaze.
World scientists gather in Kruger
The 12th annual Savanna Science Network Meeting takes place in the Kruger National Park from 3 to 8 March 2013.
Nature victorious at Anysberg
At Anysberg Nature Reserve in the Klein Karoo you'll find deep silence and vast open spaces. But it could have been very different.
Garden Route back roads
If you like the feel of dirt beneath your tyres, try these roads in the Garden Route area.
Newspaper clippings: the changing face of wildlife tourism
Over the years much has changed when it comes to wildlife tourism, but one thing is constant: our fascination with the natural world.
As long as visitors have gone to the National Parks, there have been strong opinions about tourism and amenities. Page through this booklet of newspaper clippings from the '40s and '50s to learn how wildlife tourism was viewed at the time.
InfoMap: Kgalagadi, Kruger and Richtersveld maps
InfoMap has published three updated maps for park lovers heading for an adventure in our iconic parks. The three maps include the Kgalagadi, Kruger and Richtersveld National Parks – maps to help you plan your trip and find your way...
Wild greets contributors Piet Heymans and Colin Paterson-Jones
The pages of Wild magazine wouldn’t be as beautiful, eye-catching or interesting without the work of our passionate photographers. Sadly, at the start of this year, we lost two great contributors.
Garden Route trip planner
For a holiday that takes you from ancient forests to rocky shores, head to the Garden Route National Park. On her recent visit to the park, journalist Melissa Siebert compiled this trip planner. What are you waiting for?
Being a baboon
Some people might joke that they belong to the Ugly Five, but there is something quite charming about baboons.
The Mokala Wildlife Show Part 1
At the unfenced Haak-en-Steek camp, you have your own waterhole right in front of a quaint little cottage. It draws animals like magnets to your doorstep. By Sakkie Schabort