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Posts with tag Leisure Wheels

Leisure Wheels Magazine – May 2014 – Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park (SA side)

The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park spreads across 3 million hectares, straddling both Botswana and South Africa. The South African side is where most of the wildlife occurs, in the dry river beds, and is also where most of the tourism facilities are located. My Leisure Wheels article gives an insight into travelling in this area where black-maned lions are the main attraction.

Leisure Wheels – March 2014 – Garden Route NP and Goukamma Nature Reserve

My montly article for March 2014 in Leisure Wheels focused on Garden Route National Park and Goukamma Nature Reserve. These are two of my favourite spots...the former is much bigger than the latter, but they both have a critical role to play in conservation of the area, especially as they both include important Marine Protected Areas. Check it out!

Leisure Wheels – February 2014 – Profile of Year in the Wild

I'm not one for being in front of the camera or the microphone...usually I'm behind both! But here's an article of my Year in the Wild project in Leisure Wheels magazine.

Leisure Wheels Magazine – January 2014 – Namibia’s Kunene Conservancies

Another article of mine on Namibia's Kunene conservancies in the far north-west of this beautiful country. If there is one landscape that is truly unique to Namibia, then it's Kunene. It's a photographer's paradise, and immensely rewarding for visitors who not only want to camp but also want to stay in some of the best lodges. Read my indepth multi-page travel feature in Leisure Wheels magazine - it's 30 MB to download, but it's
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Leisure Wheels – November 2013 – Best of Addo

Addo is probably the most accessible and authentic Big 5 destination in the country, but is also one of the most diverse, with semi-desert, fynbos, thicket, forest and ocean habitats. So not only is it rewarding to visit, but it's one of the country's most important conservation areas. To get the most out of a visit read my article in Leisure Wheels.

Leisure Wheels – October 2013 – Best of the Berg

The uKhahlamba-Drakensberg World Heritage Site is a true wilderness, despite its relative proximity to both Joburg and Durban. There are several popular tourist spots where you can easily admire this basalt-topped mountain range, but the upper reaches are deceptively difficult to reach, and to do so almost always involves plenty of steep hiking! The upshot is that you can escape the tourists, and be at one with the majesty of it all. My article in Leisure Wheels gives readers a list of the best
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