Willem van de Putte heads out to the bush and finds a welcome piece of tranquillity near Bela Bela.
This book is much more than a complete, and satisfying, photo record of the Kruger, writes Brendan Seery.
Elephants are not the only water-lovers making a presence at the end of this extraordinary walkway.
The past few months at nDzuti Safari Camp have proved to be interesting in terms of lion sightings.
Named for a fictional, mystical place described in James Hilton's 1933 novel, Shangri-La is synonymous with this hidden paradise.
Set in the Waterberg bush, Mackouwkuil offers game viewing from the lap of luxury, writes Denis Droppa.
It took John Grant three years to make it to the Kruger, but eventually he got a chance to shoot these elusive animals.
What occurs in the dead of night reveals the secrets of the wild, exposing the truth about what moves around while you sleep.
Hamiltons Tented Camp reflects an 'Out of Africa'-style safari adventure.
Set on the banks of the Mluwati River, the six-thatched suites of Hoyo Hoyo Safari Lodge offer privacy and relaxation.
Clifftop Exclusive Safari Hideaway combines a unique wildlife experience with modern African living and simplicity.
Situated 100m from Paul Kruger Gate, this luxurious lodge-style hotel provides the ideal location from which to experience wildlife first-hand.
Rare species of feathered and furry creatures can all be found at Mystic Monkeys and Feathers Wildlife Park, writes Tania Stapelberg.
Rachel Lang and Lauren de Vos laughed and learnt on a bush birdwatching course in the Kruger.
From the comfort of Imbali's deck, you can watch the striking Golden Orb spider spinning her web.