A vast expanse of sand , dust, dry riverbeds and where life still seems to crawl on despite its difficulties, the Kalahari is a place where even the most experienced of safari-goers will struggle not to love.The uniqueness in this vast basin of sand and sediment is what draws people back year after year to experience the magic found nowhere else on earth.
One place however in the A greater part of the Kalahari stands out above all for most as being one of the most productive and most photogenic places in all of Southern Africa’s game reserves. The kgalagadi transfrontier park , famous for its predator viewing and diversity of smaller mammals and birdlife, has to be one of my favourite little corners in Africa. Our recent fairly quick 4 day trip through the Kgalagadi opened my eyes as to what its true colours really can be.
To some the monotony of having only really 2 riverbeds, the Aoub and Nossob, to drive either north or south in may be a little bit of a halt for the extreme landscape diversity lovers, however when one takes the time to have a little bit of a closer look, a more patient approach to a game reserve , the results will be astounding.
A young and inquisitive Cape fox pup
Along with almost everything else, the Swallow tailed bee eaters where breeding too