Game South Africa
How, When and Where to experience seeing game!
Take your pick of the different areas of Southern Africa! Namibia's Etosha Park. Botswana's Kalahari or Okavango Delta. South Africa's Kruger Park. The Thorneybush Private Reserve. The Legend Golf and Safari Resort in the Limpopo.
Best time to travel Year round.
The hot, lush summer is perfect for baby animals and birds, while in winter the cooler days and cold nights thin the bush for all-round game viewing.
Kwazulu Natal Umfolozi and Hlulwe game reserves.
Western and Eastern Cape,between Capetown, Port Elizabeth and East London. Northern Cape all areas will surprise and please you! I have added two very informative and you will see well researched links about the multitude of choices on these two links. I am sure you will enjoy browsing these game viewing choices! The first is "Game Viewing with Joy" She has some absolutely wonderful ideas for you to mull over! You will have no shortage of choices! If you make contact with her she with her vast experience and knowledge of Kruger Kalahari and more and possibly have her as your Guide!
The Kruger National Park has nearly two million hectares (almost five million acres) of unfenced African wilderness, in which more mammal species roam free than in any other game reserve. A leader in environmental management, Kruger offers visitors fantastic Big Five sightings, as well as viewing of endangered game such as the African wild dog and birdwatching of over 507 bird species. Within the Kruger lies & Beyond Ngala Private Game Reserve, the first private game reserve to be incorporated into this famous park. The second is "Bushtracks Game Viewing Safaris" ! Imagine cycling with elephants or having a horseback riding safari from Botswana to the Victoria Falls! So many good choices so you can decide on what is best for your tastes! Here again another amazing site to keep you interested for, I would say a few hours with your research and planning. It is nice to have found sites you feel confident with and have the years of experience themselves in the African Bush! Every time I browse the site I get excited! I have included links below so I invite you to take a look!