Over the past few weeks the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition has been on show at the Auckland Museum. Being the wildlife lover that I am as well as having an immense repect and admiration for wildlife photography, this world-renowned exhibition filled with images of fascinating animal behavior and breathtaking landscapes drew me in like moth to a flame. This exhibition features 100 photographs placed in different categories. I would like to share with you just a f
Many of you would have heard of the famous Big Five which includes the Lion, Elephant, Buffalo, Rhino and Leopard. You may have even heard of the Little Five consisting of the Rhinoceros Beetle, Leopard Tortoise, Elephant Shrew, Antlion and the Red-Billed Buffalo Weaver. Unlike the magnificent looking Big Five, the members of the Ugly Five truly suit their place in this hideous club! This notorious group of five are said to be the ugliest animals to be found in Africa, when y
As of 1 October 2014, when parents are travelling with a child, such parents must produce an unabridged birth certificate of the child reflecting the particulars of the parents of the child. Provision is also made for one parent travelling with a child and where one parent or both parents are deceased or the child is travelling with a relative or another person.
Other requirements are listed below and detailed in the Immigration Regulations, 2014. Certified copies of unabrid
Commencing June 2014 the Kruger National Park will again be accessible via direct scheduled air services operating to and from Skukuza airport. Located in close proximity to the Skukuza main camp (also the administrative headquarters of the Kruger National Park) and the adjoining Sabi Sand conservancy, the airport is unique in providing direct access into one of the world’s largest protected wildlife areas. A short air transfer from Skukuza airport to Nelspruit will allow gue