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Gorongosa National Park located in the Sofala province of Central Mozambique has to be one of the greatest national parks to be found within Mozambique. It lies at the southern end of the Great African Rift Valley and covers over 4000 square kms.
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The miombo woodlands and wetlands of Panda are situated within central Mozambique. Excellent birding may be had within this area with several highly sought after species being found here.
Black Crowned Night Heron by Wildlife & Conservation Photographer Peter Chadwick
The well-known Limpopo River that separates Zimbabwe and South Africa slows down to form an expansive floodplain in Central Mozambique in the vicinity of Xai Xai. This floodplain offers rich and diverse feeding areas for an incredible plethora of birdlife that make it a must visit destination for any serious birdwatchers.
Dramatic Seascape Noordhoek Beach
Cape Town
Noordhoek Beach (north) is a popular walking, birding and surfing beach. The expansive white sand beach, granite rock formations and rugged coastline in general makes this a popular beach for photography.
South Coast
Vernon Crookes Nature Reserve, situated on the KwaZulu Natal south coast and within a 15min drive from Scottburugh protects some of the last remaining patches of coastal scarp forest and coastal grasslands.
Marievale Bird Sanctuary is probably one of the most popular birding destinations for Gauteng birders and with its network of well-placed hides is also ideal for water bird photography.
The then Pietermaritzburg Botanical Garden was opened in 1874 with the aim of growing plants for distribution in the colony of Natal, collecting indigenous plants for exchange and collecting rare and beautiful plants. Today the National Botanical Institute is the present custodian of the Gardens and aim to conserve living plants that are representative of the East Coast Region...
Southern Mpumalanga
One of the top birding destinations in South Africa, Wakkerstroom lies in the grasslands region of South Africa and boasts a high species diversity. This is a bird photography paradise.
Central Drakensberg
Spioenkop Nature Reserve is the perfect stop for a mid-week tranquil break, where only an occasional hopeful fisherman has his lines in the water. The variety of habitats provides an excellent opportunity to mix a bit of mountain, bush, wetland and grassland birding in one location and added to this is a variety of game-viewing and the chance to...
Nylsvlei Nature Reserve is best known as the largest floodplain in South Africa and is a RAMSAR wetland.
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