Garden Route

The Garden Route has the most beautiful stretches of the coastline in South Africa. Garden Route stretches from Heidelberg in the Western Cape to the Storms River. The name of the place comes from its own wonders like lagoons and lakes along the coast the makes it a garden in the coastline.  The starting point of the Garden Route are ... Read More »

Golden Gate Highlands

The Golden Gate Highlands National Park is one of the natural wonders of Africa that is Located in Free State in the Republic of South Africa that is near the Lesotho border. The area of the park is about 340 square kilometers or 131.3 square miles. Golden Gate is known for its golden like, ocher and orange colored sandstone cliffs. ... Read More »

Hex River Mountains

The Hex River Mountains is a mountain range that acquired the record of being the second highest mountain range in South Africa. The Hex River Mountains are located in the Western Cape. The mountain range is approximately 50 kilometers long with a ridge that arches southward. It is said that the highest peak in the mountain range is the Matroosberg ... Read More »

Hogsback Easter Cape

One of the natural wonders of Africa is the Hogsback, a village that is Located in Amatola Mountains in Eastern Cape, South Africa. The name of the village is said to be an origin of two words or maybe more and said that it originates from Captain Hogg, the commander of Fort Michelle and some locals think that it looks ... Read More »

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

It would be a mere spontaneous reaction if someone utters the words ‘It’s Amazing’, after seeing or being to the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, which was listed as the first World Heritage Site of South Africa in December 1999 owing to its superb natural beauty and the attractive geographical topography. It is located on the east-coast of KwaZulu Natal, which is ... Read More »

Kalahari Desert

The Kalahari Desert forms a part of the huge sand basin, extending over 9,00,000 square kilometers, which covers a good area of Botswana, including some parts of Namibia and of South Africa, as a semi-desert, reaches from Orange river till Angola, to Namibia in the west and, to Zimbabwe in the east. By the erosion of soft stone formations, these ... Read More »


The Karoo which is South Africa’s semi-desert region consists of two main sub regions – the Great Karoo in north and the Little Karoo in south. The former is spread over an area of about 4,00,000 square kilometers and for the past 250 million years, has been serving as a vast inland basin. The area which was once glaciated, transformed ... Read More »

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

One of the largest wildlife preserve and conservative areas of the world, the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is situated between the borders of South Africa and Botswana, comprising of two other National Parks. The area coverage of the Park is about 38,000 square kilometers of which three quarters lies in Botswana while only one quarter lies in South Africa, and is ... Read More »

Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park which owns the credit of being the largest game reserve of South Africa, and can be said to be larger than Israel when the former’s vast area coverage is taken into account. Almost 2 million hectares of land stretches for 360 kilometers starting from north to down south and 65 kilometers across, from west to east. The ... Read More »

Pilanesberg Game Reserve

The Pilanesberg Game Reserve was first founded in the year 1974 under the Operation Genesis. It is situated in South Africa and is frequented by people on safari holidays.  Currently it serves as a home to various bird species and more than 10,000 of game heads. It is strategically located in a big region, which is ample for the astonishing ... Read More »