The de Wet clan exploring the wilderness of the Kruger National Park on foot (and safely guarded by two experienced, and armed, rangers).

Adventure” is the theme for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge


29 thoughts on “Adventure!

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Welcome Beth!

      Walking in the wilds of the Kruger National Park is very exciting, and in the company of the rangers that know the area and its animals so well (you are in very capable hands) you can take in everything there is to experience with all your senses.


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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      They make us tough here in South Africa M-R 🙂

      No, actually not fearless, just very comfortable in our surroundings (when we’re in the bush that is, you should see us walking around in the city; talk about nervous wrecks!)

      The best (or worse) thing we did for Joubert was to take him with us to the national parks from a very young age – he turned 8 weeks old on his first trip to the Kruger National Park and he’s hooked on the wilds just as bad, or even worse, than his parents. Poor thing!


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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      It most certainly is a great way to connect with nature and live in the moment, a way to remove yourself from the everyday worries and the technology that pollutes our existence…



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