Posts – Responsible Tourism

Cape Town's city farm market by the sea

More than half of the world’s population now lives in towns and cities. For those who like to buy local and eat healthily, urban farming provides an ideal solution.


Inanda Heritage Route is a true natural treasure

  • 17 August 2015 by Rebecca Nattar

The beautiful and diverse city of Durban in KwaZulu-Natal has much to offer visitors – not least of which is the unique Inanda Heritage Route, an ecotourism destination that offers visitors a variety of cultural attractions, nature trails and adventure activities.


River Bend Lodge at Addo Elephant Park

Situated within the Nyathi Concession of the Addo Elephant Park, South Africa’s third-largest national park, which is not open to the general public, this exclusive old colonial-style lodge with wide verandahs looks out to the Zuurberg mountains and far horizons.


Living life the No Danger way

It’s fun as you’ve never known it; giving back as you’ve never imagined it. Welcome to life the No Danger way ...


#TravelChatSA: South Africa's creatures great and small

  • 23 July 2015 by Thrishni Subramoney

Which are South Africa’s best nature destinations? Find out what the country’s travel twitterati had to say in #TravelChatSA.


South African rock art – uncovering hidden mysteries

Southern Africa is home to the richest rock art region in the world. In South Africa alone, we have approximately 15 000 sites of both engravings and paintings, and experts agree that these works of the San are among the finest of their kind in the world.


Making every day Mandela Day

  • 15 July 2015 by Nicky Mahlatsi

Nelson Mandela International Day (or Mandela Day) is an annual day that celebrates and honours Nelson Mandela’s life and legacy.


Franschhoek’s avenue of blue: Allée Bleue

  • 08 July 2015 by Kate Rau

Experience herb and olive tasting and wine pairing in the heart of the Franschhoek Wine Valley.


Wine, dine and bike your way around Franschhoek

Going from vineyard to vineyard is what being in the Cape Winelands is all about. But your transport options aren’t limited to cars ... next time you’re there, hop on a bicycle.


South Africa gets two new World Biosphere Reserves

  • 15 June 2015 by Thrishni Subramoney

UNESCO has recognised two more unique areas in South Africa as World Biosphere Reserves. Magaliesberg and the Gouritz Cluster received the honour in Paris last week.