Back from the Kalahari

We’ve just arrived home after a little more than a week spent exploring two of South Africa’s most remote national parks – the Augrabies Falls National Park and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. Here’s a little selection of the thousands of pictures we came back home with for you to enjoy while we work at answering all the comments you left for us on the scheduled posts that published during our absence. Of course there’ll be many more pictures from these two magnificent destinations in the weeks to come!

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46 thoughts on “Back from the Kalahari

    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      It’s been years since our last visit to these two special places, Anne, and yet when we arrived there was just such a welcoming familiarity about them. Such special destinations.

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Die lug bo Augrabies was absoluut een sterre-massa, Dina! Terwyl ons in die Kalahari was was die maan so vol vir meeste van die nag dat ons daar eintlik op die sterre uitgemis het. Die maan was so vol en helder daar dat mens nie eers n lig nodig gehad het om die leeus langs Nossob se heining te sien stap nie!

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          1. perdebytjie

            Ons bly ook altyd daar rond…kan nou nie die nommers onthou nie, was al in ‘n hele paar van daardie eenhede.Dis darem heel gerieflik.Die nuwes het eers in Desember oopgemaak. Ek het bietjie gaan loer toe hulle nog gewerk het daaraan…baie mooi gelyk.

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