African national parks

Many of these parks are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. They can be visited for safaris, to see the African flora and fauna.

Map of African national parks
Ts'ehlanyane National Park
  • 27 Sehlabathebe National Park — remote mountain reserve great for hiking with rare wildlife, impressive waterfalls, and ancient rock paintings and stone shelters
  • 28 Ts'ehlanyane National Park — the largest national park in Lesotho: rugged wilderness at a high altitude
Black rhinoceros and giraffe in Etosha National Park, Namibia
  • 55 Réunion National Park – Réunion's only national park protecting the island's volcano, mountainous landscapes, and a popular spot for hiking
South African Parks

South African national parks are administrated by SANParks [1][dead link].

National parks administrated by KZNwildlife (selection):

Wild Card


A daily conservation fee is charged at all National Parks in South Africa, both for day visitors and visitors booking into accommodation in the parks. Should you plan an extended stay within the National Parks it may be cheaper to obtain a Wild Card[dead link]. The Wild Card is valid for 1 year from the date of purchase and allows access to all SANParks, Cape Nature provincial parks (Western Cape), Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife provincial parks (KwaZulu-Natal), Msinsi private parks and some big game parks in Eswatini (Swaziland) without having to pay the daily conservation fee.

An augur buzzard spreads its wings to take flight in Serengeti National Park

. 99. Hwange National Park

Note: The National Parks in Dr Congo are generally not safe to visit. Same is said for Central African Republic and Niger.

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