Penguins from Cape of Good Hope to Kalahari Lions
It is a unique journey that I invite you. Very targeted observation and incredible wildlife photography that we can meet throughout this course.
It is for enthusiasts of wild nature that I conceived it, of the Atlantic and these cold waters full of fish thanks to the current of Benguela in the desert of Kalahari it is a unique biodiversity that you will observe.
Some pics from the diferent places we will visit.
Cape Town to Kalahari
FAll year long
14 days - € 1750 (excluding flight, half-board)
Transport by minibus, 5 to 7 clients
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Here are two of my favorite areas of South Africa: Kgalagadi Park, arid, isolated, fabulous for watching lions and cheetahs on the one hand, and the Cape region, one of the most beautiful in the world . The end of summer in Cape Town with pleasant temperatures that have attracted migrating birds and the rainy season that will refresh the air in Kgalagadi where the animals will be in great shape with abundant nourishment.
The landscapes of semi-desert are very beautiful, the tracks skirt dry rivers lined with dunes. Photographers will appreciate both the beauty of the scenery, the unobstructed landscapes, and the beautiful lights in the early morning and evening.
Regarding animals, the park is arid and you will only see animals adapted to drought. On the side of predators, lions, cheetahs, hyenas, many jackals, wildcats, and night otocyions. Many raptors, owls and vultures, and, of course, snakes and scorpions ...
On the side of herbivores, many springboks, oryx, wildebeest, steenbocks, but no elephants, hippos, rhinos and buffaloes ...
Perfect for the desert lovers who will discover there a desert surprisingly full of life.
Cape Town Region
The beautiful Cape of Good Hope Peninsula: Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope, coastal fishing villages, Betty's Bay penguins and Kogelberg Game Reserve
A small detour to Franschoek (the wine region) is as much a must for the vineyards as the beauty of the landscapes
The West Coast Nat. Park will be an opportunity to observe cranes, flamingos and seabirds.
Arrival in Cape Town
3 days in the vicinity of Cape Town
- Peninsula of Cape of Good Hope
- Betty's Bay, kogelberg
1 day at West Coast Nat. Park
- Observation of waders, Flamands and can be meeting with the Caracal
2 days in the Cederberg mountains
- Small hikes along rivers, visit caves and painting of Bushmen
1 day in Tankwa Karoo
- Observation of very rare Mountain Zebras, Oryx, Burchell's Courser (endemic bird) and Turtles
1 day in Augrabies Falls National Park
- The Augrabies Falls are waterfalls located on the Orange River. They are 56 meters high.
3 days Kgalagadi Park
- Accommodation: bungalow or camp
Departure by plane from Johanesbourg