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SOUTH AFRICA

THE KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

THE KRUGER NATIONAL PARK

This is one of the largest game reserves in South Africa and stretches over two provinces; Mpumalanga and Limpopo. Covering nearly 2 million hectares of Lowveld landscape, an area larger than the whole of Israel, the Park is home to 336 species of trees, 49 species of fish, 147 different species of mammals and 507 types of birds.

Welcome to the home of the, "Big Five" - Lion, elephant, rhinoceros, buffalo and leopard.

MADIKWE PRIVATE GAME RESERVE

MADIKWE PRIVATE GAME RESERVE

Approximately four hours from Johannesburg and Pretoria, on the border of Botswana, is the Madikwe Game Reserve. Covering 75 000 hectares, this is one of the largest game reserves in South Africa and has a wide diversity of vegetation and game, including the “Big Five.” The Madikwe ranger and tracker teams are trained to ensure world-class game viewing experiences.

ZAMBIA

VICTORIA FALLS

VICTORIA FALLS

The world famous Falls, twice the height of Niagara Falls, the pounding waters of Victoria Falls represents nature's raw power. The whole region has become a centre for adventure. Adrenalin junkies can bungee jump from the bridge dividing Zimbabwe and Zambia, raft the white-water rapids or swing across the canyon. A more sedate activity is to cruise the Zambezi River at sunset.

KAFUE NATIONAL PARK

KAFUE NATIONAL PARK

Proclaimed in 1950 and spreading over 22 400km², Kafue is Zambia's oldest and largest national park and the second largest national park in Africa, covering a similar area to that of the country of Wales. Named after the Kafue River, the Park is home to over 55 species of game and offers amazing game viewing opportunities. Like many of Zambia's other parks, Kafue is relatively untouched by mass tourism, offering a truly unique African experience.

BOTSWANA

Chobe National Park

Chobe National Park

This Park is known for its large concentration of over 120 000 elephants, as well as herds of buffalo and other animal species. Game viewing is usually by open vehicle, but there are waterborne safaris on the Chobe River where you may encounter crocodiles and hippos, as well as an extensive range of birdlife. The river is perfect for a relaxing sun downer.

The Moremi Game Reserve

The Moremi Game Reserve

Incorporates around 20% of the Delta and is located to the north east of Maun. Stretching over 5000km², the reserve is intriguingly diverse as the landscape includes floodplain and savannah combined with thickly wooded areas, reed beds and wetlands. Game viewing is best during the dry season between March and October, where seasonal water pans dry up and the wildlife are forced to congregate around the more permanent watering holes.

NAMIBIA

Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park

The Park spans an area of 22 270km² and is home to a multitude of wildlife, including over 114 mammals, 340 birds, 110 reptiles and 16 amphibian species. The word Etosha means, 'Great White Space' ; A fitting name for the park due to the massive mineral pan that covers 25% of the area. In some places, the pan is around 130km long and about 50km wide. After heavy rains, part of the pan fills with water for a short time, attracting thousands of bird species. Game viewing in Etosha is excellent with the best times being between May and September, when the weather is slightly cooler and the animals are more active.

The Skeleton Coast National Park

The Skeleton Coast National Park

Is the name given to the 16 000km² stretch of Atlantic Ocean coastline that runs from Namibia's border with Angola in the north and down to Swakopmund in central Namibia. The area has also been referred to as 'The land God made in Anger' by Namibian bushmen, and as 'the Gate of Hell' by Portuguese sailors which is understandable as it is almost impossible to imagine the extreme contrasts found where the desert meets the ocean. The area is named Skeleton Coast after the large number of sun-bleached whale and seal bones that are found scattered along the shore as a stark reminder of the years of the whaling industry; and, the rusted and crushed remains of more than a thousand shipwrecks caused by the sharp rocks that are hidden just off-shore when thick fog engulfs the coastline for most of the year.

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Africa Yethu will take you to spectacular wildlife reserves and pristine wilderness areas, to exclusive African Safari Lodges and Camps, where specially trained game rangers and trackers are on standby to take you on day and night safaris on foot, and on open safari vehicles. We offer a range of African holiday destinations and tours to suit every taste and budget. We pride ourselves on providing you with the ultimate African safari experience. The game lodges and safari camps we use for our itineraries, offer you the best African bush experience, fantastic game viewing, high standard of service and the African vacation of a lifetime.