Kgalagadi Photo Gallery

A visual journey through the wild and remote Kgalagadi National Park, South Africa, with it's Big5 game viewing and incredibe scenery.

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is in the far north of South Africa, at the meeting place of South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. This is wild and untamed Africa, partly in South Africa and partly in Botswana. No paved roads, mobile phone or internet reception. It's remote and hard to reach, the Kgalagadi is no Kruger Park. It's truly one of Africa's last great wilderness areas, and for those who make the effort to go there, it's SO worth it!

The Boss

Oryx Fight

leopard cub Kgalagadi

Waiting For Mom

Nap Time

Dad on Duty

Kgalagadi Sunset

Mom Cheetah & Cubs

Lilac Breasted Roller

leopard in a tree Kgalagadi

Siesta Time

Kgalagadi Road Block

Young Lion

Kalahari Tented Camp

Kgalagadi National Park in Video

The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, derived from the San word for "land of great thirst", really is one of my favourite game reserves in South Africa. Water is scarce and only the very toughest survive. It's not a big 5 game reserve, animals that require abundant water like elephants, buffalo, rhino and zebra can't survive in this harsh, dry and unforgiving environment. But massive black manned Kalahari lions, shy leopards and swift cheetahs, the main big cat predators in the park, have a bountiful choice of antelope from which to choose their next potential meal.

Here's the Video Part 1: