If you’re heading off on a safari adventure with your kids for the first time, you may be worried about keeping them safe and entertained – especially during long (and to them, possibly boring) game drives where animal sightings might be few and far between. Here are a few ways you can make sure you and your family get the most out of the bush experience:
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.
South Africa definitely boasts an incredible coastline. Several beaches have been awarded Blue Flag status (an award for excellence in safety and cleanliness) but let’s not forget the many dams and lakes around the country that are as equally impressive as our shores.
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