For such an arid area – average rainfall measures around 200mm per annum – the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is home to an astonishing variety of wildlife. Apart from a wide variety of desert-adapted plants and invertebrates, the Park’s lists boast 62 kinds of mammals, 274 species of bird (of which 78 are resident throughout the […]

via Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park – Wildlife — de Wets Wild

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Katokye Gate of Ishasha, South Africa- Wildlife

Living close or inside the national park is an exciting idea because of the many possibilities, challenges and opportunity it might offer to you depending on what you will be doing there. Its, been 18 months living in Ishasha Area of QENP just 5minutes away from the katokye gate of Ishasha. The love of nature […]

via Life Experience at Ishasha Area South of Queen Elizabeth National park — UGLOCALTOURIST

Porcupine Outwits a Pride of Lions…

This video from Kruger National Park South Africa says about itself: 10 April 2018 If I told you 7 male lions were after prey, you’d think that the prey is long gone… This porcupine definitely has luck and experience on its side to be able to teach 7 male lions a lesson! Hennie Bekker (36), […]

via African porcupine outwits seven lions — Dear Kitty. Some blog

Re-Discover Zimbabwe…

Tourism in Zimbabwe is on the rise! While from afar her plight doesn’t paint a somewhat picturesque image, the reality is very different and most would insist it’s hands down one of the safest, friendliest and most spectacular countries in Africa. From the tumbling waters of Victoria Falls to the busy cities of Bulawayo and […]

via Rediscover Zimbabwe — Perfect Africa

A day on the Serengeti…

I had awakened early today with the anticipation of viewing sunrise as there is nothing more magical than sitting out on the Serengeti Plain with all the sounds of nature around you and nothing else, while the horizon to the east begins its transition from a soft glow to the brightness of the new day. […]

via October 21, 2017 – A Full Day in the Central Serengeti…. — Michael In Tanzania

More Baboon Action- on the Serengeti…

A glorious sunrise heralded the start of our full day in the Serengeti and we were eager to be off as early as possible. Maybe it was this haste to be off, or perhaps our relief at surviving the night despite the visiting hyenas, that made us forgetful of the golden rule of safari that […]

via An African Adventure-Day 7 — thetimetraveller.blog

AFRICAN SAVANNAHS…

In some parts of the world, the seasons do not change. In the African savannah it is always hot. Savannahs are covered with tall grasses. The grass is very tall. It is taller than a man! It is yellow and brown because of the hot sun! There are some trees but they are not many! […]

via African Savannah (1st Grade reading) —