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What to expect on a night game drive

Animals tend to laze around during hot days but once the African sun sets the wildlife comes alive.

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Under an African sky

Read further if you want to find out about our top 6 stargazing spots…

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Are we there yet?

Parents, you’ve all heard this question relentlessly from restless kids in the backseat of the car who are eager to reach their holiday destination. Maybe our guide to some of South Africa’s best family holiday resorts will have you itching to get there too.

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How we love you St Lucia, let us count the ways…

Plan and reserve your trip to this special corner of the world, we promise you won’t be disappointed.

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Meandering through the Midlands

Lose yourself in South Africa’s most scenic valleys, and discover the joy of “slow tourism”…

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South Africa: Where humankind first stood upright and where Mandela showed the world how to stand up for freedom

South Africa, with its abundance of rich fossil sites, is not only widely regarded as the cradle of modern man. It’s also seen by many as the birthplace of modern humanity, as shown by the remarkable leader who walked out of jail and united a nation – Nelson Mandela.

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Jazz Touring in Johannesburg & Cape Town

Music has always been a core part of our culture, and few styles in South Africa have as rich a history as smooth, rhythmic, soulful jazz…

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Take a walk on the wild side

What to expect on a walking safari?

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The 2016 Hermanus Whale Festival

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the festival that celebrates our ocean’s greatest mammals, the Southern Right whales. Visitors (both local and international) not only make their way down to the scenic coastal village of Hermanus to catch a glimpse of these massive creatures but to immerse themselves in the town, its people and the entertainment on offer.

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Happy hiking

We all know about Table Mountain, Signal Hill and Lion’s Head but how about the unexplored and unknown. Here some awesome slightly lesser-known trails.

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