• Rheenendal Ramble

    Rheenendal Ramble

    14 August 2014

    The road that takes you on the Rheenendal Ramble, close to Knysna, is 24km long, but you can spend days experiencing what this area has to offer.

  • Chavonnes Battery, Cape Town

    Chavonnes Battery, Cape Town

    27 June 2014

    The ruins of the Chavonnes Battery can still be seen at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, laying bare a fascinating piece of Cape history.

  • Explore the Diamond Route

    Explore the Diamond Route

    7 November 2013

    From the red sands of the Kalahari to the baobab-covered hills of the north-eastern corner of Limpopo, the Diamond Route comprises a group properties set aside by diamond mining companies for conservation and tourism in South Africa.

  • Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, Western Cape

    Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, Western Cape

    30 October 2013

    Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is conservation in progress – once a wasteland of overgrazed farms, today it is a staggeringly beautiful, successful wilderness area.

  • Sanccob Eastern Cape, Cape St Francis

    Sanccob Eastern Cape, Cape St Francis

    30 September 2013

    The African penguin population is in danger because of overfishing, habitat change and much more. But here’s a rescue facility that is making a difference.

  • Giraffes


    31 August 2013

    Giraffes are rather wondrous creatures, icons of the thorn-tree savannahs. They are tough, tall, move only at a walk or a gallop and adore leaves.

  • Andulela Tours, Cape Town

    Andulela Tours, Cape Town

    31 August 2013

    Andulela Tours offers unusual day trips around Cape Town, giving you giving you insider information and a share in positive energy via responsible tourism.

  • ​Take a tour of Soweto

    ​Take a tour of Soweto

    15 August 2013

    Soweto is South Africa's best-known township. There are many different ways to visit this sprawling area, which started out as an encampment for black mineworkers and is now large enough to be called a city in its own right.