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Kruger National Park

The well-known Kruger National Park is the main attraction in South Africa. A large part of this beautiful park is open to visit. The park is about the size of the Netherlands and is home to a wide range of animal species: 148 mammals, 505 birds, 118 reptiles, 53 fish species and 35 amphibians! The

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Boulders Beach

Swimming with penguins; a unique experience, which you didn’t know was on your bucket list! Swimming with penguins during your trip to Africa? It is possible! Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town you can visit Boulders Beach. Boulders Beach is known for its inhabitants, namely penguins. During your visit to Boulder Beach you

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Mkhuze Game Reserve

Are you a real bird lover? Then Afrikaans Safari recommends you to visit Mkhuze Game Reserve. The park has a diverse biodiversity. The reason for this is that the park has a tropical and subtropical climate. The park is known for having over 400 recorded bird species. You will find here the rare Neergaad’s Sunbird

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Kristenbosch National Botanical Garden

Enjoy flowers, birds and a delicious picnic during your trip? It is possible at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. Kirstenbosch is located at the foot of Table Mountain and is a beautiful garden with a walkway, various flowers and plenty of places to enjoy the view from a bench. In the Kirstenbosch you can find the

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Blyde River Canyon

The Blyde River Canyon is an untouched piece of nature in the interior of South Africa! This is one of the largest gorges in the world and is very green. The gorge is about 26 km long and is the habitat for various animals. If you are a bird lover you can encounter the most

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Isimangaliso Wetland Park

Do you want to spot spot crocodiles, fish eagles and hippos during your safari? Then it is best to go to Isimangaliso Wetland Park. The park is located near the city of St. Lucia. Unfortunately you will not encounter lions in Isimangaliso Wetland Park. However you can spot the other four members of the big

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