Love from the Luvhuvhu

November 15, 2022 Kim Paffen 0

In the Kruger’s far north, a languid liquid thread brings life to the Pafuri triangle, the national park’s most biodiverse area. The Luvhuvhu river enters the park via a series of meandering sandstone canyons, where raptors soar and crocodiles gape on sandbanks. It gushes over age-polished stones in the shade […]

Talking to Joe James

June 10, 2021 admin 0

Walking Safaris of South Africa includes many photographs contributed by Joe James. A resident of Florida, USA, he and his wife Deb are regular visitors to South African parks. We interviewed Joe to find out what it is that makes the long journey so rewarding, and what tips he can […]

Letters from Pafuri

February 22, 2021 admin 0

For the last few years, Hlengiwe Magagula has been resident blogger for RETURNAfrica, a walking safari specialist in the Pafuri Triangle in the far north of Kruger National Park. More correctly known as the Makuleke Contractual Park, the area is less than 1% of the Kruger’s area but contains an […]