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A trip to Robben Island is a must for any South African. From its early history until recently the island has been used as a prison, first by the Dutch Settlers and most recently as the gaol for ANC political prisoners, most notably former President Nelson Mandela, who led South Africa out of the Apartheid era and into a...
Namaqua Dasies
Fields splashed with floral diversity and colors are ubiquitous with the Namaqua National Park. This biodiversity hotspot has much to offer the aspirant wildlife photographer!
The smell of buchu and fynbos, the heady buzz of cicadas, dramatic sandstone rock formations, and the seemingly endless night skies. The Cederberg mountains are truly a magical mountain wilderness area.
Packing the correct wildlife photography equipment for your next trip need not break your back.
Six days searching for the meaning of life in the Cedarberg Wilderness Area with little protection against the elements, except for shelter under rocks and the occasional hikers hut, sleeping out under the stars surely ranks right up there as the ultimate ‘soul food’ – better than any 5 star luxury spa could ever offer. No Facebook, Twitter, cellphones...
The Northern Cape province of South Africa is not often on the map of destinations for travelers or photographers and when effort is made to visit, it is either to take in the spring flowers or head into the Kalagadi Gemsbok National Park. However, the arid interior offers an incredible wealth of smaller reserves and restricted habitat types with...
Lying literally "over the berg" from Cape Town, the Overberg district includes the towns of Caledon, Bredasdorp and Swellendam as well as the coastal towns of Hermanus and Struisbaai.
The southern most tip of Africa at Cape Agulhas is a major tourism drawcard with thousands coming to have their photograph taken at the point which also states the joining of the mighty Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Agulhas National Park run by South African National Parks surrounds this critical biodiversity and cultural hotspot.
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