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Useful facts about Kruger National Park, South Africa

Kruger National Park is South Africa’s flagship wilderness area, and one of Africa’s most famous parks. For many safari tourists, Kruger is the top choice, with its abundance of wildlife, diversity of landscapes and excellent infrastructure and accommodation options. Want to learn more about this spectacular wilderness area? Here are some interesting facts about Kruger […]

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7 of the best things to do in Joburg, South Africa

Johannesburg – or Joburg as it’s known to locals – is usually not on the top of travellers’ wish lists for a South African safari trip. The city doesn’t have the beauty of Cape Town or the beaches of Durban and so it’s often just used as a quick stop over on the way to […]

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National Parks in South Africa

National Parks in South Africa are where you will find a dense population of animals which is great for game viewing. The Parks are often well maintained and have preservation at their core meaning that the animals are protected. Any park fees that is paid goes towards this maintenance and preservation so you know that […]

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Top Things to do in Cape Town

14 Things To Do in Cape Town

Cape Town, the mother city of South Africa (as she is affectionately known); is one hip and happening mother. Beautiful white sandy beaches; mountains crossed with hiking trails; spend hours scouring museums and galleries, or shop till you drop at one of the world class shopping malls.  Or simply just stroll through the city and […]

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Shosholoza Meyl: Travel by Train in South Africa

‘Shosholoza Meyl’ means ‘pleasant experience’ and started operating in 2001. In 2006, they separated the train into two different types, namely the Tourist class trains and the Economy class trains. The trains run between Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Queenstown and East London. The Tourist class trains’ compartments are suites during the day and […]

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South Africa

If you’re looking for diversity in weather, people, landscape, culture, and even capital cities, look no further than South Africa. It overflows with minerals, wildlife and incredible scenery, and is one of those countries that you can visit over and over again, and still not…
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Why go on a Walking Safari in Africa?

A walking safari is so different to staying in a lodge in the bush. A lot of lodges offer ‘walking safaris’ which are great, but if you are looking for a more engaging bush experience then a 4 or 5 day walking safari could be for you. On a walking safari the place you end […]

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Top 10 Wine Farms in Stellenbosch

1.    Meerlust Well-known for generating top-class wine selections, Meerlust Wine Estate was proudly established by the Myburgh family in 1756. Presently, the fine art of winemaking takes place under the guidance of expert Hannes Myburgh – eighth generation custodian of this 17th century national monument. With its historic manor house, classic wine cellar, dovecote and […]

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South Africa’s top 6 travel bloggers

South Africa has a fast-growing travel blogging community, with inspiring blogs dedicated to everything from camping and long overland adventures to music festivals and weekends away being posted every day. We’ve picked six of our favourite South African travel bloggers who cover both travel in South Africa and around the rest of Africa, and constantly inspire […]

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