On June 16 each year, South Africans celebrate Youth Day. Youth Day commemorates the Soweto Uprising, which took place on 16 June 1976, where thousands of students were ambushed by the apartheid regime. Learn more about Youth Day and its history.
With a fascinating history dating back to the 1650s, discover the story of the Cape Winelands and how popular wine regions Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl came to be.
Dreaming of meeting an elephant? How about feeding one and tracking a herd on foot? Learn more about the ethical elephant encounter at Camp Jabulani in the Greater Kruger National Park.
Stop the illegal pangolin trade. Watch Eye of the Pangolin for free and learn about the world’s most poached animal on the brink of extinction.
Did you know that leopards can run up to 58 km per hour and that they’re also great swimmers? Discover more about one of Africa’s most elusive big cats, read our latest post and learn interesting facts about the African leopard.
In honour of this year’s Endangered Species Day, we discuss the top 5 most endangered animals in Africa and the organizations working to protect them.
Read our recap of our incredible photo safari on the Chobe River with Pangolin Photo Safari. Contact us to book your photographic safari in Africa!
With red hot sand dunes, salt pans, wildlife adventures and some of the best stargazing in the world, read our Destination Guide on Namibia and start planning your vacation!
Jozi, eGoli, the City of Gold, Johannesburg is one of Africa’s most vibrant and exciting cities. If you’re visiting Joburg, be sure to check out our recommendations for the best things to do in the Maboneng Precinct.
We travelled across South Africa from Cape Town to Pretoria on a luxury rail journey with Rovos Rail. Read about our amazing two-day trip!