Creatures of the Kruger

Wed, 2 Apr (2 weeks ago)

Travel blogger Lauren Manuel of The Travel Manuel loves hanging out at Kruger - she captured these wildlife images during a 4 day Kruger getaway last year.

Posted in Kruger National Park | SA Wildlife

Kids in Kruger

Wed, 2 Apr (2 weeks ago)

Travel blogger Sara Essop loves taking her family to Kruger. Sometimes the kids get bored if there isn't action, but then something will happen to make it all worthwhile...

Posted in SA Safari Stories | SA Wildlife

Addo Elephant Park’s flightless dung beetle, one of the rarest species of dung beetle, has, as the name suggests, no wings. Rachel Lang aka Bush Bound Girl tells us more...

Posted in SA Wildlife

Samara is celebrating - and with good reason!

Posted in SA Wildlife

Lions released at uMkhuze

Thu, 30 Jan (3 months ago)

Earlier this month, lions were released at uMkhuze, iSimangaliso - for the first time in 44 years the royal roar can now be heard in this place of miracles.

Posted in SA Wildlife

The Flamingo of Walvis Bay

Wed, 23 Oct (6 months ago)

Photographer Jay Roode of Skyhawk Photography took this incredible image & we're delighted to be able to share it with our readers today.

Posted in Avitourism | SA Photographs | SA Wildlife

Feature blogger Christopher Harvie blogs about a recent visit to the central belt of the Kruger National Park, and why it's well worth the visit despite what the naysayers might tell you.

Posted in Kruger National Park | SA Wildlife

Vultures of Oribi

Mon, 2 Sep 2013 (8 months ago)

Mike Cross of The Gorge Private Game Lodge & Spa sent in these incredible images of Cape Vultures nesting near their property, and explains how they are being protected and encouraged to thrive.

Posted in SA Wildlife

Guest blogger Bronwen Watson had a life altering encounter with elephants on a recent visit to the Knysna Elephant Park. Stay in charming Knysna log cabins at Under Milkwood - details at the foot of the post.

Posted in True Travellers' Tales | SA Wildlife

Who's giving coffee to the sharks?

Wed, 14 Aug 2013 (8 months ago)

'Apex' crew member Kat Hodgson suspects someone's spiking the shark's daily water with caffeine - that's how excitable they've been this month! Want to visit False Bay and experience an incredible shark watching tour? Scroll down to see one of the gorgeous places you can stay at around the coastline.

Posted in SA Wildlife | Things to Do | Outdoor Activities

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