Whilst for most of the year Namaqualand is a semi-desert, July to September sees a burst of colour after the rains resulting in literally millions of flowers that literally transform the landscape of the Namaqua National Park into a show that easily rivals the natural wonders on Earth. Namaqualand is an area of striking contrasts […]
As luminous clouds of dust swirl through the ancient landscape, a tortoise patiently wanders in search of succulent morsels; a lizard basks in the sun while gemsbok and red hartebeest share the arid plains with mongoose, orb-web spiders, skinks, and leggy toktokkies.
Enjoy the desert landscape of Richtersveld, with its rugged kloofs and high mountains. It makes for incredible views with its dramatic vast, open spaces.
Enjoy the red sand dunes of the Kalahari and the unique wildlife hosted in this massive conservation area. The Kgalagadi National Park is one of the many gems of the Kalahari.
The Khoi people called it “Aukoerebis”, or place of Great Noise, as this powerful flow of water is unleashed from rocky surroundings characterised by the 18km abyss of the Orange River Gorge.