For the last couple of weeks, we've been sharing some ideas to let you relax or embrace new adventures on your half-term holiday. The following post will be no exception: are you ready? This time, South Africa will be our favoured destination with some suggestions for a wildlife photo trip you won't forget!
After landing in the vibrant city of Cape Town, you will find that collecting a car hire in Cape Town airport gives all the freedom you need to begin exploring the country at your own leisure.
Start off at the Table Mountain National Park, considered South Africa's most cherished jewel and also a Natural World Heritage Site. It is home to a wide diversity of fauna and flora, surrounded by stunning landscapes of rugged cliffs and sheer slopes. Still around Cape Town is Karoo National Park, the largest ecosystem in the country, where you are able to discover plenty species from the region and a significant variety of endemic life. Driving your South Africa car hire up north and only 4 hours away from Johannesburg, Marakele National Park holds a natural sanctuary to many large game species but also boasts an impressive diversity of birdlife, including the largest colony of endangered Cape vultures in the world.South Africa has nearly 20 parks of this kind but each of them quite unique, which means there is plenty to discover - a lot more to experience, since these natural protected areas also offer a number of activities rather than watching the grass grow - and you can create your own photo souvenirs to show off to friends and family upon your return from this South Africa car hire journey!
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