BONTEBOK NATIONAL PARK, WESTERN CAPE
While Big Five game reserves are few and far between in the Western Cape, that doesn’t mean the province doesn’t have spectacular reserves that are worth a visit. Bontebok is the smallest national park, but don’t be fooled; it has one of the world’s most biodiverse habitats. It was originally set up in 1931 to protect the world’s 30 remaining bontebok, a population which now flourishes. The park has numerous viewpoints where many antelope species roam.