Mokala is South Africa’s youngest national park, which was established after the land claim of Vaalbos National Park. There are no major predators on the park is’s primary purpose is to protect endangered species such as disease free Cape Buffalo and Roan and Sable Antelope.
This park became one of the first true cross border parks when the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park in South Africa and the Gemsbok National Park in Botswana dropped border fences to become one area. The park is well known for predators and the diversity of raptors.
Area around the Gariep dam spanning the southern Freestate, Eastern Cape and Northern Cape.
The area around Upington including the surrounding Kalahari, and towns downriver towards Augrabies
Covering the beautiful desert park.
The greater Karoo area covering from Hanover in the east, through to De Doorns in the west.
The large Karoo farm that hosts Transkaroo adventures: 4×4, Hiking and accomodation