In a park where land meets sea, the natural elements combine to create wonderful variety. Cola-colored water feeds forests; fire and wind fuel growth in great diversity; and rock shapes a coastline of many faces.
Life depends on water in the northern borders of Kruger National Park. In a land scorched by heat and drought, a single ribbon of water cuts a course through the wilderness and is a lifeline to all creatures great and small.
In the southern reaches of Africa's Kalahari basin, ancient riverbeds harbor water deep underground. These hidden lifelines forge a fragile link between the promise of abundant life and the struggle to survive for the creatures who call Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park home.