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Why the Kgalagadi is king

Photo: Melanie Maske. Cape fox with a Brants's whistling rat
Photo: Melanie Maske. Cape fox with a Brants's whistling rat

The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is remote but accessible; it’s wild, but you can stay in comfort in one of the rest camps. It also has the X-factor: You can lock eyes with a lion on a dune at sunrise, or hear the clang of horns as gemsbok bulls battle for dominance. We celebrate this wonderful park with amazing photos and stories from our readers.

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