Throwback Thursday: 6 May 2021

Today we continue our visit to the Augrabies Falls National Park. It is such a beautiful park and the different colors of the rock formations are just spectacular.

The best part of this visit and Sanparks Tour was the company. I loved traveling with my parents. I miss it a lot.

My parents
Rock Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Rock Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Rock Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Rock Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Mom and baby Rock Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Baby Rock Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park

That’s it for now, friends. Thank you very much for traveling back in time with me.

Have a fabulous day. 

Keep safe and healthy.

Coreen

Throwback Thursday: 22 April 2021

Today we continue our visit in the Augrabies Falls National Park.

Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park

“A picture is worth a thousand words, but a memory is priceless.” ~ Unknown

That’s it for now, friends. Thank you very much for traveling back in time with me.

Have a fabulous day. 

Keep safe and healthy.

Coreen

Throwback Thursday: 15 April 2021

Today and over the next few weeks we are going back to our visit to the Augrabies Falls National Park on 11 September 2013

Augrabies Falls National Park is a national park located around the Augrabies Falls, about 120 km west of Upington in the Northern Cape Province, South Africa. It was established in 1966.

The Augrabies Falls National Park covers an area of 820 km² and stretches along the Orange River. The area is very arid. The waterfall is about 60 meters high and is awe-inspiring when the river is in flood. The gorge below the falls averages about 240 m deep and runs for 18 kilometers. The gorge provides an impressive example of erosion into a granitic basement.

Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Wild Tamarisk, Augrabies Falls National Park
Mom, Augrabies Falls National Park
Mom and Dad exploring, Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Cape Robin Chat, Augrabies Falls National Park
Rock Dassies, Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Rock Dassies, Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Rock Dassies, Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Rock Dassies, Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Rock Dassies, Hyrax, Augrabies Falls National Park
Augrabies Falls National Park
Weaver Nest, Augrabies Falls National Park

“It’s the little memories that will last a lifetime.”  ~Unknown

That’s it for now, friends. Thank you very much for traveling back in time with me.

Have a fabulous day. 

Keep safe and healthy.

Coreen