Top Things to See

Mala Mala Game Reserve


It’s a dry season, dust is everywhere, and wildlife gathers in bodies of water at the Mala Mala Game Reserve. May is a great time to visit this destination due to desirable weather that’s not too hot and not too cold. Rainfall is infrequent, and the sun shines just right during this season. Mala Mala Game Reserve is the largest and oldest Big Five safari in South Africa. The area covers 130 km² where tons of animals live such as hyena, cheetah, wildebeest, hippopotamus pods, zebra, giraffe, as well as Cape wild dog. Mala Game Reserve is also known as the pioneer of luxury photographic safari where the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater and Sand River lie. The world-renowned leopard featured by the National Geographic, Tijolo, lived at the Mala Mala Game Reserve. Another reason why the park is a favorite is due to its closeness to the world-class Kruger National Park. With a dry climate in May, you can do many activities in the park such as walking safaris, games, and night safaris.


Sabi Sands Game Reserve


Make your African getaway remarkable by heading to Sabi Sands Game Reserve Safari in May. It’s the perfect time to go to this destination due to a dry climate, which allows you to explore the area by foot or games. Sabi Sands Reserve is the first to establish a luxury safari concept and the home of the leading Safari brands in the continent. It’s easy to spot all big 5 safari animals in this destination. Nature walks and game drives will lead you to a remarkable experience of an African Safari. You won’t need to deal with big crowds at Sabi Sands Game Reserve Safari as camps are in prime locations, and exclusive lodgings are the pride of the area. Most accommodation specializes in romantic honeymoons, served with gourmet cuisine and 5-star service. So, if you’re planning to experience an authentic Safari getaway with your special someone, Sabi Sands Game Reserve Safari is a great choice.


Kruger National Park, South Africa


As summer begins to wane and colder seasons crawl close, March gives way to perfect weather to visit Kruger National Park. With a temperature that’s not too cold nor too hot, exploring the area would be a pleasant experience. There would be occasional showers due to change of season, which allows the foliage and plants to thrive. It’s a great time to take photos during this month with a lush landscape the Kruger caldera offers. It's also during March is the best time to reach the destination for birdwatching. You will enjoy the views of colorful birds huddling in big groups. A wide variety of animal species dwell in Kruger National Park where there are about 149 mammals, 507 birds, 114 reptiles, 34 amphibians, and 49 fish. You may encounter the Big 5 during an adventurous game, or a guided nature walk. Besides thriving wildlife, flora and fauna, there are also plenty of cultural sights within the area. Thulamela, Letaba Elephant Hall Museum, and Masorini ruins are just a few places you need to see to learn more about the history, culture and the beauty of South Africa.