Cape Peninsula National Park

Park national KrugerEs the hunting ground largest in South Africa with a surface similar to the province of Caceres. The 1 human settlements have been found? 5 million years BC. One of its big attractions is safaris on foot or by car at 50 miles per hour can be and has 12 camps where to spend the night. Their lodges are equipped with all kinds of comforts. Some users of HolidayCheck recommended not to lose their barbecues. Park national mountain of the table called before the Cape Peninsula National Park, was launched in 1988 to preserve its vegetation, especially the fynbos, a native scrub of the Cape Region, where lie the famous colonies of penguins, the most characteristic animal species. Unlike other parks protected in South Africa, in the PNMM only charge rates in three areas, the rest can visit free.

This wild Park Augrabies falls National Park has more than 28,000 hectares crossed by the Orange River, where the Augrabies falls are located. They have 56 meters of altitude and the South Africans call them affectionately as Aukoerebis or place of great noise. It is home to a wide variety of animals and plants, from small birds to powerful black rhinos. National Park of KarooEs the perfect stop between Cape Town and Johannesburg. Framed by the Nuweveld mountains, Karoo National Park is home to all kinds of wild species: Gazelles, zebras, Black Eagles, etc. Biology lovers should know that the colonies of the world’s largest terrestrial turtles are included in this park.

Park national West Coast the perfect place for the more adventurous. It is full of bicycle lanes and hiking and in it you can practice kite boarding and whale watching. It is divided into three main areas: A water sports area, another for navigation and another zone of protected wild flora and fauna. Best thing is to stay near the Langebaan lagoon, in the city of the same name, to be able to enjoy the proximity to the Park. Original author and source of the article.