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Blog posts: Wildlife
Sir David Attenborough turned 90 earlier this month with all manner of congratulatory tributes pouring in. We particularly liked these three: the day the penguins, gorillas and and lyrebird met Attenborough for the first time.
Capturing a unique photograph in the wild is all about patience, experience, and a fair amount of luck. With these six photo tips we want to help make you as lucky as possible.
Gautengers, did you know the ultimate hiking route is on your doorstep? If you have a week or more, try this circular route into Limpopo and Mpumalanga and experience beautiful forests, tumbling waterfalls, and some of the best views South Africa has to offer.
This month, our editor muses on what it is about wild spaces that makes us feel alive.
Where are you most likely to spot a lion, a leopard, or a cheetah? Down to the individual riverbeds, roads, and waterholes, this is your feline roadmap from the experts.
Wondering where to find the best campsites in Kenya? Our ultimate guide lists the must-see Kenyan campsites for the adventurous traveller.
Did you know only six percent of the Kruger National Park is accessible to visitors via the main public roads? The best way to experience more is on foot.
We all have special places to which we return over again. Pippa de Bruyn’s is De Hoop Nature Reserve, which has developed and expanded in tandem with her own life.
Ever wanted to get up close to elephants? Getaway’s Vuyi Qubeka did, so she headed to Namibia’s Zambezi Region. Photographs by Melanie van Zyl.