Quick facts about South Africa

QUICK FACTS ABOUT SOUTH AFRICA South Africa is a diverse country at tip Africa - the world’s second-largest as well as the most populous continent. South Africa counts several bordering countries such as Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Swaziland. With a population of almost 60 million, South Africa is truly part of the African continent.

Kruger National Park and Greater Kruger Park

Below we unpack the main differences between the world-famous Kruger National Park and Greater Kruger Park, which although not as famous as its larger neighbour, offers in our opinion a superior safari experience. Greater Kruger Park (GKP) The term Greater Kruger Park is used to describe a number of private game reserves situated along the

Get back to basics in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park at Nossob Camp

Covering over 3,6 million hectares of land in both South Africa and Botswana, the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park’s red dunes, scrub and camel thorn trees creates a stark, dramatic and beautiful landscape in which meerkat, gemsbok, eland, springbok, blue wildebeest, black-mane lion and leopard roam free. Soaring above this picture perfect landscape are raptors, hungry for

Hermanus – The world’s Whale-Watching capital

South Africa’s southern cape is known to offer fantastic whale-watching opportunities. What makes whale-watching in this region such an exciting activity is the fact that, by simply standing at the shore, you can participate! South Africa’s shores are home to all nine of the great whale species, but it is the Southern Right Whale that