Posts – Adventure

Discover our "Big Sky Country" in the Northern Cape

  • 22 July 2016 by Damian Cupido

Experience exceptional bush activities, gaze at stunning waterfalls or immerse yourself in the rich culture of local towns. Whatever you do, it’s without a doubt that the vast Northern Cape (South Africa’s largest province ) will have you coming back. Here are some awesome attractions to look out for when driving through this beautiful semi-desert landscape.


Hidden gems of Limpopo

  • 21 July 2016

Venture into Limpopo and explore this northern-most province of South Africa that’s a treasure chest jam-packed with a rich source of cultural heritage, breathtaking landscapes and an abundance of tourist attractions. Whether you’re an avid adventurer or a laid-back traveller, Limpopo is a thriving province that caters to every tourist’s needs.


Mosey down the Orange River and what will you find?

  • 21 July 2016 by Warren Raaff

Take a trip down the Orange River and you might be able to tick these off your bucket list.


Get wild at iSimangaliso Wetland Park

  • 20 July 2016 by Warren Raaff

A UNESCO World Heritage Site for a reason, this wetland begs to be explored.


Hidden gems of the North West

  • 15 July 2016

There’s always a reason to visit the North West province - from its picturesque landscape, which is defined by breathtaking mountains to its national parks and luxurious hotels, there’s no excuse not to explore this magnificent province to understand what makes it so special.


Hidden gems of Gauteng

  • 14 July 2016

Gauteng is often referred to as the “place of gold” and rightfully so - this vibrant province harbours a wealth of unique tourist attractions. From historical sites and museums to adrenaline-charged theme parks and deluxe hotels, venture out into this region of South Africa to unearth gems just waiting to be discovered.


A diamond in the rough

  • 11 July 2016 by Damian Cupido

South Africa’s Diamond Route is renowned for conservation and tourism. Covering eight sites across the northern parts of the country, the Diamond Route boasts tourist facilities that range from luxury lodges, camping sites and outdoor activities to national parks that create awareness around environmental changes and conservation.


Small Towns, Big Hearts: The Three Jewels of Mpumalanga

  • 01 July 2016 by Warren Raaff

Meet the three brilliant little towns that provide a base camp for intrepid adventurers and Mpumalanga explorers.


On the road again: From Johannesburg to Cape Town

  • 23 June 2016 by Warren Raaff

Drive the over 1,400 kilometres from Johannesburg to Cape Town and you will meet South Africa in all its raw beauty, enchanting dynamism, and colourful culture.


The Tsitsikamma: Big in name. Big on adventure.

  • 21 June 2016 by Andrew Pearson

The Tsitsikamma National Park is known as the Garden of the Garden Route - a name that fits this perfect natural playground to a tee.