Magnificent Madikwe

A truly authentic African safari experience in the splendid Madikwe Game Reserve, the fifth largest game reserve and is also one of the lesser- known parks in South Africa grandstanding overwhelming landscapes with abundant views across 75 000-hectares. Lying in the extreme northwest of South Africa where you can look forward to an epic experience…

SWAKOPMUND, the Mouth of the Swakop.

This very picturesque city is situated within the Namibian Desert just west of the capital Windhoek.  With her Bavarian-style German architecture and distinctive German atmosphere, Swakopmund is an excellent base to when beginning your explorations of the surrounding coastal areas, a launch pad if you will to the Skeleton Coast and Namib Desert, this is a…

Namibia, Africa’s hidden gem

Namibia is a country of unspoilt beauty, far horizons, untamed red dune deserts, and jagged mountain heights, hauntingly beautiful in its stark emptiness with stunning wildlife that would leave a memorable touch to your heart. This country boasts the most remarkable attractions which also make for a photographers paradise. The dunes of the Namibia Desert…

Mystical Kalahari

Say the word Kalahari and no doubt you’ll see images of red dunes in your mind’s eye. However the vast track of bleak, shimmering semi-desert contrasts dramatically with the lush green vineyards filling the Orange River’s fertile valleys. The colour that will blow your mind is not red; it’s green. This is a region that…

The Cape Flower Route

The hills become alive with the bursts of colour! From spreads of the legendary Namaqualand daisies to thousands of other brightly coloured floral species that bloom in every shape and colour; you need to experience this at least once in your lifetime. Pinks are not just pinks, neither are yellows just yellows, a daisy is…

Bird’s Eye View

We have witnessed and experienced the beauty of the Cape Peninsula from land, admired it while out at sea and marvelled at the incredible views from various mountain tops, but to see this grand city from the skies, is to discover the city as you’ve never seen it before. This is a memory worth making…

Local is Lekker

“Local is Lekker” is a common South African phrase meaning the things close to home are often the best. Lekker is the Afrikaans word meaning delicious, but it is generally used to describe something as nice, cool, awesome, the best. As we know, Cape Town is one of the most visually spectacular and culturally unique cities in South Africa, with…

Cape Town, the Mother City

“The Table of the Cape” or “Sea Mountain”, this glorious coastal city is definitely “the Mother of all” and a visit here will change your life. A coming-together of many a vibrant cultures, cuisines and landscapes all crowned by the Magnificent Table Mountain there is so much to do, see, explore and experience that it…

Cheers to, the Winelands

Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Wellington, Robertson, Tulbagh, Ceres, Montagu, the list is almost never ending! From whites to reds, pinks and all the bubbles in between, the many winelands along the Western Cape will ensure that your cup will runneth over. The Cape Winelands, also known as the culinary capital of South Africa, are located about…

Cape Agulhas. “Cape of the Needles”

This rocky headland along the coastline of the Western Cape, officially called Cape Agulhas and geographically, is the southernmost tip of the African continent and the beginning of the dividing line between the two great oceans, Atlantic and Indian Oceans. Historically, the cape has been known to sailors as particularly hazardous – notorious for winter storms and huge…

Hermanus

Hermanus is a postcard perfect seaside town southeast of Cape Town, famous for its scenic beauty and proudly referred to as one of South Africa’s Cape gems. An easy 1.5 hour’s drive from Cape Town along winding coastal roads with breathtaking views and easy stop off points for picture taking along the way. Hermanus is…

Perfect Africa in the Garden Route

Mossel Bay is a harbour town on the Garden Route in South Africa’s Western Cape Province. Gorgeously known for it’s wide Santos Beach and the 19th-century Cape St. Blaize Lighthouse. The Bartolomeu Dias Museum Complex includes the Maritime Museum, the Shell Museum and the most interesting to me… the Post Office Tree, a milkwood tree…