Eco Tourism


Two towering institutions of South African travel met in the cause of conservation and the promotion of tourism this week at the official launch of the Boundless Southern Africa Expedition held in the Namibian town of Oranjemund. Latter day Livingstone… Modern Day explorer and fellow of the National Geographic Society, […]

The World Cup, the Peace Parks and an old travel ...


Mpumulanga in the local Swazi language means Land of the Rising Sun! True to the name this is definitely the wild heart of South Africa. Here wildlife, culture, mountains and bushveld merge, opening the opportunity for anything from caving, balloon safaris, kloofing, hiking, and of course foot or four wheel […]

Mpumulanga – The Wild Frontier of South Africa


Thanks to Genie Retief for this piece… The Big Five! Leopards and lions. Elephants and giraffes. These bring visions of Africa at its best. Hot sunny days. Star-studded skies and sultry summer nights with the sounds of the African bush complete the intrigue of a once-in-a-lifetime experience. And there is […]

South African Eco-travel: There is something for everyone



Get in touch with me today for more facts and details about this trip… The African travel industry is packed full of unlikely characters and lifestyle searchers who occasionally find themselves camped out in odd corners of the continent. Sometimes they ponder schemes and ideas from a local beach bar […]

Mozambique Dhow Trip May 2009


Check out our Featured South African Tours South Africa stands alone in Africa for many reasons. Its social vitality and general economic health are in stark contrast to many other states in the region, some on her immediate borders. A traveler to South Africa can expect the odd synthesis of […]

Safari South Africa: WhyGo?






Thanks to K. Limakatso Kendall, traveller and writer, for this piece on Lesotho First there was the land. Fifty million years before the Alps thrust skyward, sheets of golden yellow sandstone were heaved, tossed, and capped by volcanic spew that hardened into basalt. Dinosaurs slapped their tails in the muck […]

The History and Culture of Lesotho



Another great contribution from South African industry pro and travel writer Sean Ross. KNZ Sardine Fever It’s a real gamble setting a festival date to celebrate the expected arrival of a natural phenomenon, in this case the greatest shoal of fish on earth, many months in advance of their arrival. […]

The Sardines Arrive