A loggerhead hatchling on Mabibi Beach, in South Africa. Photo: Melanie van Zyl A loggerhead hatchling on Mabibi Beach, in South Africa. Photo: Melanie van Zyl
A loggerhead hatchling on Mabibi Beach, in South Africa. Photo: Melanie van Zyl

South Africa

The return of South Africa’s sea turtles is a conservation success story

  • KwaZulu-Natal’s Sea Turtle programme has seen leatherbacks and loggerheads nesting in greater numbers
  • Dunes and beaches of South Africa’s first natural Unesco World Heritage site are an underrated destination

Topic |   South Africa
A loggerhead hatchling on Mabibi Beach, in South Africa. Photo: Melanie van Zyl A loggerhead hatchling on Mabibi Beach, in South Africa. Photo: Melanie van Zyl
A loggerhead hatchling on Mabibi Beach, in South Africa. Photo: Melanie van Zyl
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