Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is one of the largest wilderness areas in the world which was founded in 2000. It is Africa’s first officially announced transfrontier park and also lies in a remote region of South Africa’s Northern Cape. Gnarled camel thorn trees, golden grasslands, red sands and deep blue skies provide a bold backdrop for photographs and game viewing.
Among the huge diversity of wildlife, this vast conservation area is home to the popular black-maned Kalahari lion, stately gemsbok with their V-shaped horns, the sprawling nests of sociable weavers, meerkats, and many birds of prey.
Other predators animals such as the leopard, cheetah, and hyenas are also found here. Four-wheel drive vehicles are very recommended for some of the minor rugged roads or for those venturing into Botswana.
Activities and actractions in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park are: