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Autumn 2016
FREQUENCY: Quarterly

Liz Cox
Challenging times lay ahead of us in 2016 as we are faced with a multitude of stumbling blocks including the rand/dollar exchange rate, making overseas travel prohibitively expensive for many and increases in basic food costs making it difficult for ... Read more
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Isibindi's Rhino Walking Safari
Wildside recently spent three incredible days in this 12 000 hectare private concession situated in the Kruger National Park...

Magnificent Mpumalanga
Considered one of the most beautiful places in South Africa we spend some time exploring Mpumalanga's Panorama Route...

Africa's most endangered carnivore
Wildlife ACT monitors endangered species in Reserves throughout South Africa.Andrew Cox recently spent some time with them in Mfolozi where they observe the African wild dog...

Hot Air Ballooning - A magical experience
One of the oldest forms of flying known to man, hot air ballooning can only be described as a magical experience...

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Palala Boutique Game Lodge
Palala Boutique Game Lodge and Spa is a 5-star lodge situated in Limpopo Province. Indulge in a rich and luxurious African safari.

Exploring Route 62
Route 62 offers travellers the perfect opportunity for self-drive holidays and offers a scenic alternative to the N2.

Botswana: Land vs Water
Do you choose a land-based lodge or a water-based lodge for your Botswana Safari experience? In this edition of Wildside we give you the pro’s and cons of both options.

It’s not only the magnificent southern right whales that return to the small peaceful village of Hermanus on a regular basis.

Chadar Trek
The Chadar Trek draws adventure seekers from around the world. Debra Bouwer from Nomadic Adventures shares her experience on this winter wonderland.

A weekend in Orange Kloof
Orange Kloof is one of the last patches of indigenous forest in the area. It nestles in emerald splendour between the Twelve Apostles and the Back Table mountains.

Swimming with Seals
Decked in wetsuits, snorkels, masks and fins, Jennifer Ponder clambers aboard the famous “Robberg Express” and sets off to spend a morning swimming with the seals.

Birds of a Feather - Hornbills
Unmistakable, large and easily recognisable birds. Their loud and varied calls unashamedly announce their presence throughout the savannah and forests of Southern Africa.

We take a closer look at a different creature in each edition


Wildside's collection of stuff you may need when while travelling

David Muirhead shares his sense of humour on a particular subject

A quick reference guide of all advertisers

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