Giraffe pictures 101: how to get the perfect shot

It’s one of the iconic African animals because of its size, pattern and elegance. What’s more, a great giraffe...

What type of camper are you?

There’s nothing better than pitching your tent in a wild and beautiful place. But where to go for your...

The Wild Parks Challenge: quarter 2 winner

Just how many parks and reserves will you visit in one year? That’s what the Wild Parks Challenge is...

Get to know the oddball aardvark

Talk about distinctive! The aardvark might just be the most unusual-looking animal in the bush. But its looks aren’t...

Dreamy desert stays in our beautiful parks

Think deserts are barren and boring? With rich birdlife, breathtaking vistas and peace and tranquillity, these arid parks are...
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Giraffe pictures 101: how to get the perfect shot
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The Wild Parks Challenge: quarter 2 winner
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There’s nothing better than pitching your tent in a wild and beautiful place. But where to go for your camping break? Take our quiz to find out what your true camping style is and we’ll tell you where to camp next.

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