In celebration of Heritage Month in South Africa, we’re sharing a collection of our favourite adventure activities for adrenaline junkies and thrill seekers around the country. Here are a few of our top reasons to see South Africa.
As part of the celebrations of September’s National Heritage Month, the South African National Parks (SANParks) will be granting visitors free access to many of the national parks from the 10th to the 14th of September 2018.
In honour of National Women’s Month, we are celebrating some of South Africa’s most influential and honourable women. Read about some of the phenomenal women of South Africa who are creating positive change within the country, and whose work is shaping the 21st century.
August is Women’s Month in South Africa. It is a time when we honour and celebrate the countless women who sacrificed their lives for the freedom and equality of others. Today we take a look at some of the iconic female freedom fighters and political activists that were instrumental in fighting for South Africa’s liberation.
On the 9th of August, South Africans celebrate National Women’s Day to commemorate the Women’s March of 1956. Read about the history of National Women’s Day and find out how you can celebrate this year.
South Africa is fast growing as one of the most popular whale watching locations in the world with Hermanus, a town just two hours from Cape Town, being one of the main destinations.
Discover the story of the infamous Mopogo Coalition, a notorious band of six lion brothers that went on a vicious quest to dominate and rule the Sabi Sands region of South Africa.
Symbols of strength, courage, power and leadership, lions are at the top of the food chain. Prepare for your safari in Africa, learn about the social structures, hunting tactics and life cycles of these fascinating animals.
In celebration of Nelson Mandela Day 2018, the children of Cape Town Based Non-profit Organisation, Blue Couch Reading and Writing Space showed their love and appreciation for Nelson Mandela by creating art pieces in honour and appreciation of his powerful legacy that has lead to the democratic South African society we live in today.
In honour of the late freedom fighter and political activist Walter Sisulu and his wife Albertina, the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens unveils the Sisulu Circle and the Mama Sisulu Orchid.