Wild life in South Africa
South Africa is known for its wildlife – “The Big 5” which consists of lion, buffalo, elephant, rhino and leopard. Book your safari trip today to experience a trip you will never forget.
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This is a perfect tour for those that want to explore the diverse culture and nature of South Africa’s wild north at a leisurely pace! Here people still live very traditional lives, with a close relationship to their ancestors and cultural believes. The diverse geography, with high plateaus and lowlands, mountains and rivers, gives the area a fantastic and diverse habitat: from vast plains to tropical plantations, indigenous forests and bushveld. You will meet people in their homes, far away from touristic “cultural villages. You will visit some of the country’s birding hot-spots, one of the world’s largest canyons and the mighty Kruger National Park: the most iconic of all game reserves in Africa.
This is the hiking experience of a lifetime! Explore some of South Africa’s most pristine wilderness areas, meet people in bustling cities, and sleep under the stars where wild animals roam.
This tour is adventurous without being complicated. All hikes are guided by experienced local guides, giving you the freedom to relax without worrying about routes and maps. The guides also provide you with plenty of information about the places and people that you encounter, and you contribute to job-creation in the areas that you visit.
Randpark Golf Club is the only club in Johannesburg that has 3 courses.Two distinctive 18-hole golf courses located at Randpark are known as Bushwillow and Firethorn.
The Bryanston Country Club course plays to an unusual par 72 and is 6 768 metres long. It is a beautiful course with many water features coming into play on 11 of the holes.
Bordering on the forests and plantations of Magoebaskloof and the Woodbush Forest Reserve, Graceland Eco Retreat offers guests the opportunity to enjoy a unique type of Mountain Bushveld. The Retreat overlooks the Kudu River Valley with views all the way to Mooketsi and the mountain range beyond.
Graceland Eco Retreat is situated roughly 50km North-East of Polokwane on 85 Hectares spanning the Kudu River Valley. The area is ideal for hiking and birding enthusiasts as it is famous for its unique birdlife, where mountain bushveld with its granite formations and boulders is home to such birds as the Verreaux, Crowned and Long-Crested Eagle, Lanner Falcon, Alpine, Purple Crested Turaco, African Black Swift as well as the famous African Fish Eagle.
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