Posts – Wildlife

5 emerging travel trends

  • 14 May 2015 by Roseanna McBain

What direction is travel heading? Here are five emerging trends ...


10 great reasons to fall in love with South Africa

South Africa is a country that gets under your skin. Here are 10 reasons why ...


Winter picnic spots in Pretoria

  • 11 May 2015 by Lauren Morling

A round-up of great picnic spots in Pretoria ...


Another day, another adventure for the #MeetSouthAfrica bloggers

  • 06 May 2015 by Edwina van der Burg

More fab experiences have been enjoyed by the South African Tourism-hosted bloggers as they meet South Africa.


5 great free apps for travelling in South Africa

  • 05 May 2015 by Carina van Wyk

With all the different travel apps available these days, exploring South Africa is easy. It’s like having your own personal travel guide in your pocket.


The underappreciated impala

  • 04 May 2015 by Sarah Came

Seeing an animal in the wild, free and natural, is one of the most exhilarating experiences that South Africa has to offer. But unfortunately, because they are free and in the wild, there are no guarantees of actually seeing a particular animal. With the exception, that is, of the impala.


Bloggers experience luxury South Africa

South African Tourism is currently hosting a group of international and local bloggers in the build-up to INDABA 2015. A luxury and sustainability itinerary sees some of these bloggers experiencing the best of South African hotels, dining and wellness retreats.


Bloggers' trip: meeting the wonders of South Africa

  • 01 May 2015 by Sasha Hall

In the lead-up to INDABA 2015, South Africa Tourism is hosting a group of local and international bloggers, who will show our country to the world.


Strange habits of South African animals

  • 28 April 2015 by Sarah Came

What do birds, beetles, meerkats and elephants have in common? Their behaviour is fascinating at times.


Winter birding in South Africa

Birding in South Africa is an all-year affair. Here are a few specials to look out for in the winter months through to spring.