South Africa’s Wildest Places

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For the first time ever, a photographic coffee-table book celebrates South Africa’s finest national parks and nature reserves. South Africa’s Wildest Places by Scott Ramsay features 30 of the country’s most special protected areas, including all 19 national parks and 11 provincial reserves. This is the ultimate photographic reference for the country’s famous natural heritage, it’s diverse wildlife and it’s awe-inspiring scenery.

Weighs 3,3 kg
30cm width x 30cm length
400 pages
30 chapters, each one a different park
More than 1 000 beautiful photographs with captions
35 000 words of inspirational text
Each book packaged in a protective cardboard box
Free delivery within South Africa within 7 days
International deliveries at R900 per book within 3 weeks

With a foreword by renowned writer, poet and wilderness guide Dr Ian McCallum.

South Africa’s Wildest Places

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Free delivery to anywhere in South Africa!
Books will be delivered within 7 days in South Africa.
International deliveries take up to three weeks.
All orders (both local and international) are tracked.

Please note for orders of more than 3 books please email orders@lovewildafrica.com

Scott Ramsay's South Africa's Wildest Places is a source of both pleasure and admiration for the photographic and literary skills of the author. But it is more than this. It is a source of inspiration and nostalgia, a quiet envy for Scott's life as a photojournalist and adventurer. The human figures featured in this beautiful book alongside the collage of animals, birds, insects and flora are a reminder that we live not only on the land but in it and with it. Scott Ramsay understands this connection. To me, this book is both an inner and an outer journey.
- Dr. Ian McCallum, wilderness guide, author, poet and psychiatrist.
 
Preview of three of the 30 chapters.

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I spent three years travelling to more than 40 of South Africa’s national parks and nature reserves, spending several weeks – sometimes months – in each one, taking photos and interviewing rangers, researchers and other conservationists. I visited each park at least three times, in different seasons, learning about the land, the oceans, the animals, and the people who work to protect them.

From the huge arid lands of the Kgalagadi to the teeming wildlife of Kruger, from the fynbos-rich Table Mountain National Park to the wild coast of Mkambati, I'm happiest when immersed in wild places, and I hope this book (my first) reflects my enthusiasm and love for African conservation and wildlife. 

The following protected areas are featured in South Africa’s Wildest Places:

  1. Addo Elephant National Park
  2. Agulhas National Park
  3. Augrabies Falls National Park
  4. Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area
  5. Bontebok National Park
  6. Camdeboo National Park
  7. Cederberg Wilderness Area
  8. De Hoop Nature Reserve
  9. Garden Route National Park
  10. Golden Gate National Park
  11. Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park
  12. iSimangaliso Wetland Park
  13. Ithala Game Reserve
  14. Karoo National Park
  15. Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
  16. Kogelberg Nature Reserve
  17. Kruger National Park
  18. Mapungubwe National Park
  19. Marakele National Park
  20. Mkambati Nature Reserve
  21. Mokala National Park
  22. Mountain Zebra National Park
  23. Namaqua National Park
  24. Ndumo Game Reserve
  25. Richtersveld National Park
  26. Table Mountain National Park
  27. Tankwa National Park
  28. Tembe Elephant Park
  29. uKhahlamba-Drakensberg
  30. West Coast National Park

Ten percent of the profits from the book will be donated to Pride of Table Mountain, a non-profit organisation that gives children from townships near Cape Town the opportunity to explore Table Mountain, where they learn about conservation, healthy living and leadership from mentors.

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