A  Yellow Billed Hornbill which can be seen all over the Kalahari takes flight. Picture Brenton Geach
A Yellow Billed Hornbill which can be seen all over the Kalahari takes flight. Picture Brenton Geach
A leopard  with its springbok kill  takes break  after hauling it up a tree. Picture: Brenton Geach
A leopard with its springbok kill takes break after hauling it up a tree. Picture: Brenton Geach
Two Cheetah cubs play in the grass while the mother feeds off a kill in the Aoub River Bed. Picture: Brenton Geach
Two Cheetah cubs play in the grass while the mother feeds off a kill in the Aoub River Bed. Picture: Brenton Geach
Compared to the Kruger, the Kalahari has little infrastructure and fewer visitors. Picture: Brenton Geach
Compared to the Kruger, the Kalahari has little infrastructure and fewer visitors. Picture: Brenton Geach

The red desert dunes, diverse wildlife, thorn tree-dotted savannahs and wide open spaces are all part of one of Africa’s largest untouched wildlife sanctuaries, the Kgalagadi (Kalahari) Transfrontier Park.

The red desert dunes, diverse wildlife, thorn tree-dotted savannahs and wide open spaces are all part of one of Africa’s largest untouched wildlife sanctuaries, the Kgalagadi (Kalahari) Transfrontier Park.