Another win for the Mother City, Cape Town’s much-loved neighbourhood, Kalk Bay, has been named the world's coolest neighbourhood in an article published by Forbes. A favourite destination among locals and tourists alike, Kalk Bay’s gorgeous seaside location, complete...
Commemorating French National Day and the historic storming of the Bastille in 1789, the 25th annual Franschhoek Bastille Festival kicks off on the weekend of July 14th and 15th. Grab your beret, don a false moustache and pick up your wine glass and indulge in this extravagant display of French flair and finesse.
Perfect for those looking for something a little different, we’ve rounded up a collection of quirky, unique and out of the ordinary yoga experiences that’ll add a special twist to a standard practice. From doing yoga with goats at Fairview to enjoying a sunrise sun salutation on Table Mountain, check out our list of unique yoga experiences in Cape Town.
On the 21st of June, scores of Cape Town’s yogis will gather together at the Cape Town International Convention Centre to commemorate the practice of yoga for this year’s annual celebration of International Yoga Day. Read the latest blog post to find out more about the event, tickets, and how you can donate to the Earth Child Project.
World Oceans Day is an internationally recognised day of celebration and appreciation of the vital role that the ocean has to play in our everyday lives. Find out how you can get involved and celebrate World Oceans Day 2018.
Discover the lesser-frequented desert oasis of the Kalahari, a majestic desert region that offers incredible safari game drives and other nature activities.
Boasting lush, green tropical forests, white sand beaches and warm waters of the bluest hues, the Seychelles embodies the quintessential island paradise experience. Located just off the coast of East Africa, the Seychelles Archipelago is comprised of over 115 mostly deserted islands.
A country of astounding natural beauty, Mozambique is South Africa’s answer to a tropical paradise. Relatively underdeveloped, Mozambique remains a place of unspoiled beauty, offering its visitors jaw-dropping, untouched vistas of the most exceptional untamed wilderness.
Home to a whopping 19 perfectly preserved, game-rich national parks, Zambia is an easy choice for travellers looking to see a collection of wildlife, guaranteed. Zambia is also the perfect destination for those wanting to experience both a phenomenal African safari as well as delight in the activities present in Victoria Falls.
With sunset cruises along the Zambezi River, magical tours of Victoria Falls, watching the Big Five in Hwange and unforgettable trips to Mana Pools, Zimbabwe is a magical destination that should feature at the top of any bucket list
From blood-red desert plains and rolling dunes that disappear into the horizon, to stark, desolate salt pans and animal-packed national parks, Namibia is a land of contrasts, a country of ecological polarities that appears as if it is straight out of a science fiction film.
A treasured country filled to the brim with fascinating ecosystems, incredible culture and an abundance of wildlife, Botswana is one of the most glorious places in all of Africa.
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