Walk on the wild side with Google’s e-trails; Surbhi Kapila; The Mercury

South Africa – iSimangaliso Wetland Park

19 South African parks and 17 ‘un-trekked’ reserves plus sites of natural, cultural and historical significance in all nine provinces.

You can experience South Africa’s wildlife and vicariously trek its national parks through the eyes and lenses of local wildlife rangers who have captured the essence of the country.

All this is thanks to a team of nature-loving South Africans in partnership with Google Street View and South African Tourism who have released a large collection of 360-degree imagery of the country’s wildest areas.

Along with the main attractions, which include the Kruger National Park, Table Mountain and Cape Point (these three locations are also known as The Mzansi Experience), viewers can now also look at 170 new trails from South Africa’s national parks and reserves.

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