Author: Bronwyn Paxton

Matopos National Park (Matobo NP)

Matopos National Park (Matobo NP)

The Matopos National Park (also known as Matobo National Park) forms the heart of the Matobo Hills, a region covered in undulating hills and wooded valleys that begins approximately 35 kilometres south of Bulawayo in southern Zimbabwe.  The hills were formed more than...
Inhambane

Inhambane

Also known as ‘Terre de Boa Gente’ meaning ‘Land of Good People’, the city of Inhambane is situated in southern Mozambique on Imhambane Bay, 470 kilometres northeast of Maputo. It is the Inhambane Province’s capital and as of 2008, had a recorded population of almost...
Horseback Safaris in Africa

Horseback Safaris in Africa

Horseback safaris are another manner in which to view game whilst on holiday in a reserve. This is one of the best ways to explore the African bushveld, and makes for an incredibly intimate experience whilst allowing participants to experience close up encounters with...
Elephant Back Safaris

Elephant Back Safaris

Elephant back safaris allow participants to view the majesty of a diversity of environments from the advantageous height of an elephant. Seated comfortably on the back of your elephant, you can quietly reflect on the creature’s majesty as well as take in your...
Bungee Jumping

Bungee Jumping

Bungee jumping is an activity that requires participants to leap from tall structures whilst attached to a bungee cord, also known as a shock cord. It is made of braided elastic strands that form a core and wrapped in polypropylene sheath. The word ‘bungee’ as used by...
Fun-filled Family Safaris

Fun-filled Family Safaris

In South Africa Family safaris are great opportunities to get your children away from the big screen, computers and their cellphones. It is a time for children to explore nature, find new passions and breathe in some fresh air. It is of course also a great time for...
The Orange River

The Orange River

The Orange River is South Africa’s longest river at 2,090 kilometres in length. Spreading over a total area of around 973,000 square kilometres, it begins in the Drakensberg mountains in the Lesotho region and runs west for around 2,200 kilometres through South...
How to Write a Travel Blog

How to Write a Travel Blog

Writing a Travel Blog can sound very glamorous, especially if you are able to make money from it, but it is not for those of you who want celebrity status, it is the passion and enthusiasm behind it that makes it so rewarding. Read this list for a few good tips on how...

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