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Kruger National Park Private Game Reserves and Safari Lodges

One of the biggest draw cards of tourists to South Africa, the Kruger National Park was established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Lowveld. Kruger comprises nearly 2 million hectares home

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The Kruger National Park – a conservation icon

Feature blogger Chris Harvie addresses the debate around Kruger Park's key role - tourist magnet or conservation icon?

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Kruger Park Safari Images

Ann Wilson recently took a trip to the Kruger National Park and agreed to share some of her images with Portfolio Travel Blog readers.

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Wildlife Wednesday - South Africa's Little 5

We all know about Africa's Big 5 - but on your next South African safari why not set yourself the goal of viewing the far harder to spot Little 5?

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Mpumalanga travel guide

Ever wanted to see the view from God’s Window? It looks out across the Blyde River Canyon in Mpumalanga (‘The place where the sun rises’), one of South Africa’s most naturally beautiful

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Wildlife Wednesday - Buffalo Weaver

Herewith the first in our series of Wildlife Wednesday posts focusing on each of South Africa's 'Little 5'

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Birding comedy will have you in 'twitches' at Theatre on the Bay

Great new comedy coming to Theatre on the Bay will appeal to a wide audience...

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Google Trikes Hit SA

Exciting news for South African Travel from Google South Africa comes in the form of the following press release.

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Wildlife Wednesday 1 - The Tsessebe

The first in our new series Wildlife Wednesdays, wherein we take a weekly look at various species of South African animals, especially the rare or unusual ones.

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South Africa’s 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Did you know that our beautiful country has a total of 8 UNESCO World Heritage sites?

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Rhino Wars debate at Knysna Lit Festival

Acclaimed author Julian Rademeyer to host “Rhino Wars” debate as part of the Knysna Literary Festival, where she'll address questions such as "should the rhino horn trade be legalised?" and "why has the poaching of rhinos in South Africa skyro

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White River travel guide

This fruit-growing corner of Mpumalanga is jam packed with things to see and do, best known of which is visiting the Kruger National Park. But you’ll find plenty t

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Winners of the Google Streetview Trike Visits Announced

Google and South African Tourism today announced the winners of the online and mobile poll, in which South Africans voted for the first tourist attractions to be photographed by the Street View Trike.

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Birding Thursday - Pel's Owl

Featured blogger and freelance photographer John Maarschalk recently had the privilege of seeing and photographing a beautiful and rare Pel's Owl.

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Wildlife Wednesday - Farewell to Duke

Today we have rather sad news for our Wildlife Wednesday slot - the death of one of South Africa's best known and well loved animals.

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New7Wonders of Nature

Voting for the New7Wonders of Nature is coming to a close but before it’s all over, make sure you cast your vote.

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Wildlife Wednesday - South Africa Wildlife and Conservation

South Africa has one of the best wildlife and conservation policies in the world and proudly celebrated 100 years of wildlife conservation with the Centenary of the Read more >

Aloes a nectar feast in the winter

This week in our Birding Thursday slot, feature blogger Albert Froneman shares his stunning images of nectar feeding birds feasting on the flowering aloes, taken in beautiful Mpumalanga recently.

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