South Africa’s Nature Parks

H. africa has over 20 national parks and a numerous provincial and leisure areas. The oldest and best known is the Kruger National Park. Being normally the one of the most significant game reserves in Africa it covers 18, 989 pillow kilometers (7, 332 sq mi). The Kruger area can be entered through nine gates. Overall the park has 21 slumber camps, 2 private hotel concessions and 15 apple safari lodges. Despite of being the most famous national park in S. africa, the tourists still can experience the untouched wild Africa. The nine tourist trails that lead throughout the playground. The Kruger Park features 147 mammal species and 517 species of wild birds. Monte Aloia Nature Park Spain

The second most popular national park in Sth Africa is Table Pile. Situated in Cape Area, the park is known for its distinct landmarks – The Table Mountain and the Cape of Great Hope. Unlike other leisure areas the Table Mountain Domestic Park is not a single continuous area, thus the parks 221 km2 are divided in 3 separate sections: The Desk Mountain Section; The Silvermine-Tokai Section; Cape Point Section. The park is well known for its traveler attractions – Table Hill Cableway, colony of Black Penguins on Boulders beach and the scenic Hat Point as well as the Cape of Good Hope. 

Situated close to Port Elizabeth is the Addo Elephant National Playground. Currently the park homes about 450 elephants and a huge number of other mammals. The parks one particular, 640 km2 (630 sq mi) feature a main camp with accommodations and other facilities and 4 tourist rest camps along with 4 camps that are run by concessionaires.

Namaqua National Park is semi-desert, with hot and dry summers and cool winters with variable, generally sparse rainfall. Located in the north western part of South Africa this park has an area of 700 km2 (270 sq mi). It also features the most significant focus of succulent plants in the world. The park’s main tourist attraction is the spring flower full bloom. The parks tourist facilities add a 5 km long scenic route, information centre, and walking routes. Mainly because well there are places to picnics.

Featuring the Africa’s southernmost tip – the Cape Agulhas, the Agulhas National Park is a good place for whale watching. The whale watching season starts in November and ends in January. The park has one of the tiniest areas – 20, 959 hectares (51, 790 acres) among South Africa’s Domestic park.

The Golden Gateway Highlands National park is best known for their fell landscape and numerous paleontology finds. The park’s main attraction is the golden, ochre, and orange-hued deeply eroded sandstone coves and outcrops, especially the Brandwag rock. Also numerous caves and shelters in the cliffs feature San rock paintings. The playground is located Free Point out, Republic of South The african continent, nearby the Lesotho border.