Situated 12km from Beaufort West with a wide variety of endemic wildlife - such as black rhino, buffalo & black eagle - and also a wide diversity of succulent plants and small reptiles. Activities include hiking, game viewing, scenic drives and more
Tsitsikamma National Park is situated at the heart of the Garden Route and protects a wonderland of inter-tidal and marine life. Accommodation is available at Natures Valley Restcamp and Storms River Mouth Restcamp.
Situated about 120 km west of Upington on the Orange River, units with picnic site and braai facilities, air-conditioning, a shop, a bar, restaurant, cafeteria, information centre, petrol and diesel pumps, laundry, public telephones, 3 swimming pools.
Nestling in the rolling foothills of the Maluti mountains in the northern Free Sate Highlands, this is the home of a variety of animals, but also offers superb accommodation and attractions, entertainment, hiking trails and much more.
The proclamation of the Mountain Zebra National Park in 1937 saved the Cape Mountain Zebra from extinction, and currently their population stands at 350. Situated about 25 km west of Cradock, the park is also home to various antelope species
This park is home to more than 300 bontebok, and various other animals such as zebra, duiker and steenbok. Situated in the southern Cape, with the Breede river flowing through it, the varieties of fauna and flora and fynbos are spectacular.
Situated in the heart of the magnificent Waterberg Mountain Range in the Northern Province, characterised by contrasting majestic mountain landscapes , hills and valleys, as well as an impressive variety of wildlife.
In the heart of South Africa's famous Garden Route, a charming world of lakes, rivers, fens, estuaries and beaches against a backdrop of lush forest and lofty mountains.
Situated in the northern Kwazulu Natal region, this reserve differs from others in the vicinity in that it is flat with grasslands, fossil pans, wetlands and sand dunes. Attractions include game-viewing, birdwatching and an exciting bushveld trail.
Ai-Ais Richtersveld is an arid mountainous wilderness with splendid scenery, rugged kloofs, high mountains and dramatic landscapes crossing 2 countries on both sides of the Orange River.
Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve is the oldest game park in Africa and the only in KwaZulu Natal where the Big 5 occur.
Overlooking the Pongola River valley in the rugged, mountainous thornveld of Northern KwaZulu Natal, with diverse geological diversity, Ithala Game Reserve offers a wildlife experience second to none.
The area around the southern-most tip of Africa, often referred to as the Agulhas Plain, has rich natural and cultural features, and is of international significance due to its rich plant biodiversity.
Namaqua National Park incorporates the Skilpad Wild Flower Reserve and during August and September each year is transformed into a wonderland, carpeted with wildflowers. It is home to the richest bulb flora of any arid region in the world
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park comprises an area of over 3,6 million hectares which is one of very few conservation areas of this magnitude left in the world.
The more than 450 elephants in the park are the main attraction, but you will also encounter buffalo, black rhino, warthog, eland, kudu and a variety of buck species. The park lies 75 km to the north of Port Elizabeth and is open throughout the year.
The focal point of this Park is the Langebaan Lagoon, but with miles of pristine golden beaches stretching into the early morning mist and brooding salt marshes.
Pilanesberg Game Reserve is a sanctuary for various game including the Big Five - rhino, lion, elephant, leopard and buffalo. Situated inside the eroded crater of an extinct volcano in the North West province (adjacent to Sun City).
Camdeboo National Park encircles the town of Graaff-Reinet and provides the visitor with insights into the unique landscape and ecosystem of the Karoo as well as awesome scenic beauty.
Situated 80km south-southwest of Kimberley with Kameeldoring trees (one of the major tree species of the desert regions) occuring and home to Black Rhino, Tsessebe, Roan antelope, White Rhino and Black Wildebeest.
Experience the majestic southernmost point of the Cape Peninsula, visit the Nature Reserve and observe the rich Fauna and Flora on Table Mountain National Park (TMNP).
This reserve is an area of unsurpassed beauty and splendour, offering various watersports such as boating, angling and diving. One of the most peculiar creatures that live here is the endangered Knysna Sea Horse.
A very special slice of Africa, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park (previously St Lucia Wetland Park) offers ecotourists some of the most diverse wildlife and outdoor experiences imaginable.
This remote park, deep in an area of sand forests, pans and wetlands in northern Tongaland, lies on the border between KwaZulu-Natal and Mozambique. The park protects the largest elephant herd in KwaZulu-Natal which is also the only re- maining indigeno
The 243 000ha Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park is one of South Africa`s prime ecotourist destinations. Here you can savour the ultimate freedom of great open spaces in a world of gigantic peaks and butresses.
The Kruger Park of nearly 2 million hectares, was established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Low Veld and is today unrivalled in the diversity of its wildlife forms.
Situated between Ceres and Calvinia within the Succulent Karoo Biome where you'll find rare and endangered plant species, rich endemic birdlife, and landscapes that will take your breath away.
The Kruger Park offers a wide variety of accommodation in the form of restcamps, Bushveld Camps, Bush Lodges and also private Luxury Lodges.