The S29 Mlondozi Loop is reputed to be one of the best areas in which to view ostrich, the secretary bird, grey hornbill, namaqua dove and kori bustard. The rhythmic call of a shelley's francolin can also often be heard. It is therefore unfortunate that in some places the road can be very corrugated and have deep holes.

The open veld and stunted trees also provide the ideal habitat for cheetah, giraffe, elephants and buffalo.

Best driven early in the morning just as the sun rises for simply spectacular views.

The S29 is 19 kilometers (12 miles) long.

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