Posts – Wildlife

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.


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.


These fishing getaways are off the hook

  • 13 July 2016 by Damian Cupido

Whether you’re fly-fishing, saltwater fishing or freshwater fishing – you’re bound to have a ‘reel’ good time casting that line at any of these awesome fishing spots in South Africa.


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.


Survive your first safari with our beginners bush guide

  • 13 June 2016 by Damian Cupido

If you’re an intrepid explorer or city slicker venturing into the wilderness for a wild experience, please note: before hopping on that safari truck with the enthusiasm of a five-year-old, there are safari guidelines to follow in order to make your experience a memorable one.


Birds of a feather flock to SA’s best birding spots

  • 24 May 2016 by Andrew Pearson

Home to 10% of the world’s bird species, South Africa is a twitcher’s utopia packed with coastal, inland and tropical sightings for the keen eyed traveller.


Small towns, big hearts – Kimberley

  • 17 May 2016 by Warren Raaff

Look back at South African history and you’ll know that this country’s foundations were built upon mining… diamond mining in particular. It was in the 1870s that the famous diamond rush began. It didn’t take long before a bustling town was born. That town was Kimberly – a bastion of South African history. But what does it look like today?


Kruger National Park: North or South?

  • 16 May 2016 by Warren Raaff

The Kruger National Park is the epitome of the safari experience but there’s a difference between the north and the south of this gigantic national park.


Run, Sardines, Run!

  • 28 April 2016 by Warren Raaff

Every year from May to July, millions of sardines spawn in the Agulhus banks of the Western Cape and make the harrowing journey up South Africa’s east coast to the warmer waters of the Indian Ocean. The results – a spectacular marine feeding frenzy like you’ve never seen before.