Visiting the #krugernationalpark last week was again an amazing experience. I managed to spot some wonderful bird life and amazing scenery. Here is your typical Africa landscape. It was stunning. More to come over the course of the week. #wildlife #adventurebyexploring #nationalparksguy
Camdeboo National Park, South Africa. When you hear of the “Valley of Desolation” it conjures up images of worlds apart from ours, but at the Camdeboo National Park you are in a world away from the world. Set high in the Sneeuberg Range, this National Park straddles many extremes and offers some amazing sights from the erosion of time.
Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa. You will find much said about this park on the web, as Mapungubwe National Park is both the holder of the Mapungubwe Interpretaton Centre 2009 building winner for the Golden Rhino and of Iron Age civilisation at the Lost City. Set in Semi-desert, it has wide open spaces, and the Shashe River to view.
Agulhas National Park, South Africa. Agulhas National Park is situated on the Southern Tip of Africa, about three hours East of Cape Town. If you want to stand at the end of the African Continent then this is the place to visit. In 1999 this Park was officially opened with just 4ha of land and today has grown to 21 971ha of natural beauty.