Families may find the parks and reserves in KwaZulu-Natal ideal for exploring.
Families hoping to spot wildlife during their trip to South Africa would do well to consider the reserves and parks in KwaZulu-Natal, according to a newspaper.
The Palestine Telegraph highlighted the malaria-free province as one worth exploring, as it is conveniently located on the coastline.
Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park provides an ideal starting point as it contains the largest population of white rhinos in the world, while all of the Big Five – leopard, elephant, buffalo, black rhino and lion – can be spotted at Phinda, which offers many distinct ecosystems and an occasional cheetah sighting.
The game parks are easily accessible from the city of Durban and there are a number of other activities on offer for families booking cheap flights to South Africa.
Fishing, golfing and sunbathing are among the many pastimes to pursue in the region, while children may wish to visit a crocodile farm or try their hand at making arts and crafts like the locals.
Written by Erin Marshall