Tag: big five

  • Lephalale

    With its hot summer days, mild winter months and abundant game and bird life, the tranquil town of Lephalale in the Limpopo Province of South Africa is a popular holiday destination, especially for nature lovers. Lephalale, often still referred to by its previous name of Ellisras, is located west of the Mogol River and north of the picturesque Waterberg Range and is surrounded by bushveld ...

  • Witbank

    The name Witbank means “White Ridge”, as it was named by wagon drivers that used the white sandstone outcrop as a resting place. It wasn’t long before coal was discovered and farmers came from far and wide to transport the coal. Of course, with the coal mining industry gaining momentum, so did the number of residents, and Witbank was officially established in the year 1890. This Mpumalanga ...

  • Kruger National Park

    South Africa's Kruger National Park is probably one of the most renowned game reserves in the world. Encompassing 20 million hectares of African flora and fauna, the Kruger National Park Game Reserve is a rich blend of natural wonders, historical heritage and archaeological sites, offering an authentic African wildlife experience that no tourist should miss.

  • Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve

    Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve abounds in natural, historical and cultural heritage. Located within Zululand, Hluhluwe is Africa's oldest game reserve known for the great Zulu kings Shaka and Dingiswayo who cared for the land. Because of decades of conservation, Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park is home to a diversity of wildlife including the renowned Big-5.

  • Kariega Game Reserve

    Kariega Game Reserve, with its untouched scenery, peaceful surroundings and natural beauty, is situated in South Africa's Eastern Cape Province. A Big-5 game reserve, Kariega offers a magnificent African wildlife experience, complete with all the conveniences and comforts.

  • Shamwari Game Reserve

    South Africa's Shamwari Game Reserve is a renowned big 5 destination covering some 20 000 hectares of gorgeous wild landscape in the Eastern Cape. A malaria free private game reserve, Shamwari draws many eager tourists to its exquisite lodges. A well-recognized tourist destination, Shamwari Game Reserve has been presented with several international awards.