natural resources in South Africa.
South African nature reserves and national parks have breathtaking scenery, and offer great outdoor activities. In terms of biological diversity, South Africa ranks third in the world. The country has 68 vegetation types classified into 7 biomes, from semi desert areas to and alpine forests. Two internationally recognised biodiversity "hot-spots" are located in South Africa: the Cape Floristic Kingdom and the Succulent Karoo. South African coast has over 10,000 species of plants and animals.
Wild Life In South Africa.
Come and discover the rich biodiversity and untamed beauty of South Africa Nature Reserves and National Parks. The savannah landscape of South Africa is home to much of the wildlife present in the country, boasting animals such as lions, elephants and zebras—all of which can be seen when touring South Africa’s national parks that cover a vast area of the country.