The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is a fusing of two parks, namely South Africa’s Kalahari Gemsbok National Park and Botswana’s Gemsbok National Park. The vastness of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park makes this one of the select few conservation areas of such magnitude left on the globe.
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is characterised by high orange-red sand dunes rippling like a burnished sea. No permanent rivers have forged across this ancient landscape for thousands of years. The courses of two dry river beds, the Auob and Nossob, are testament to this.
This Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park visitor’s guide features an opening checklist and an overview map, as well as a main map giving detailed information on the layouts of the main campsites, handy hints and tips, visitor’s facilities and information, distance chart and travelling times, contact details and booking information, gate times and travel times between the various camps. There is interesting information about waterholes, points of interest and picnic sites. Included are positions of viewpoints, where fuel is available and where the best places are for taking great photographs.
Images and descriptions of mammals, reptiles, birds and flora are detailed at the end.
There is also a great star gazing map of the Southern Skies – the clean air and lack of light and
pollution makes it ideal for star gazing.
This is a must have for any traveller who wishes to visit the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park an amazing and beautiful part of our world.
– Full-colour photographs
– Camp, museum and waterhole information in detail
– Accommodation options available
– Contact details
– Climate chart
– Overview map of the region
– Layout of main camp sites
– Over 100 images and descriptions of fauna and flora
– Checklist of fauna and flora
– Handy hints and tips
– Facilities and info
– Distance chart and travelling times
– Gate times
– 4WD specific information
– GPS points
– Best times to visit
– Family friendly rating
– Trailer-friendly rating
– Sanparks regulations
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