New rock art trail opens in Gamkaberg

Gamkaberg Nature Reserve is home to an ultra-rare protea, endangered Cape mountain zebra and 40 rock art sites. Now...

Kruger National Park celebrates 120 years of conservation

Discover fascinating facts about the Kruger National Park’s history as it celebrates 120 years of conservation, going from small...

Picture special: Wild Shots photographers celebrate World Rhino Day

In anticipation of Wild Shots Wildlife Photography Symposium on 1 December 2018 and World Rhino Day on 22 September,...

New fynbos guide just in time for flower season

A new edition of Field Guide to Fynbos helps nature lovers decode the plants of the Cape Floristic Region.

Favourite safari tents

Feel like the adventurers of old when you stay in a safari tent. These days they come with comfy...
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New rock art trail opens in Gamkaberg
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Kruger National Park celebrates 120 years of conservation
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Picture special: Wild Shots photographers celebrate World Rhino Day
Books
New fynbos guide just in time for flower season
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Favourite safari tents

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Wild Card members enjoy a year’s free access to our protected areas. They also support conservation. Why you should join.

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Weekend

The best rock cottages for romantics

This month we lose our hearts to stone-built wilderness accommodation: a charming stone cottage in the Cederberg, luxury rock chalets at Mountain Zebra National Park, and a picturesque stone camp in the heart of Swaziland.

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Books

Books delve into Kruger’s past

Before cars and fences, Kruger and the surrounding Lowveld were very different. Two new books take a trip back in time to these landscapes. One to explore how SA’s flagship game reserve came into being; the other to investigate the routes that led through the area.

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News

Mark these events on your Wild calendar

South Africa and Swaziland’s wild places are abuzz with exciting events – all in the name of raising funds for conservation. Whether you’re an adventurous cyclist, keen golfer or passionate birder, there’s something for everyone.

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16 November 2017 talk: Wild dogs

With keen eyesight, impressive stamina and co-operative hunting strategies, wild dogs are one of Africa’s most successful predators. But despite their success rate, wild dogs are also one of...

North vs South: two different kinds of Kruger tourists?

While the differences between Kruger’s north and south are rather obvious, there are more subtle distinctions between the tourists to those regions.

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