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A weekend of wine on the Breede River A weekend of wine on the Breede River

This year’s Wine on the River festival in Robertson was a great success, showing that wine tourism is growing as healthily...

Nairobi’s three must-visit museums Nairobi’s three must-visit museums

Nairobi is Kenya’s principal economic, administrative and cultural centre. Its cosmopolitan charms, such as the vibrant culture...

10 tips for your self-drive safari 10 tips for your self-drive safari

We are spoilt for choice in Southern Africa when it comes to picking safari destinations that offer visitors the opportunity...

Backpack and hike in the Wolfberg Cracks of the Cederberg Backpack and hike in the Wolfberg Cracks of the Cederberg

Exploring Wolfberg makes for an excellent day hike, although the route is rather tough. Go with a backpack for the weekend...

Championing the Chobe National Park Championing the Chobe National Park

The Chobe National Park is the third largest conservation area in Botswana, covering an enormous area of approximately...

Kindred spirits cross a religious divide Kindred spirits cross a religious divide

A unique friendship is developing between Dr Taj Hargey, founder of Cape Town's Open Mosque in Wynberg, and Rabbi Greg...

You're drinking the wrong milk You're drinking the wrong milk

You're drinking the wrong milk. Researchers have been making alarming discoveries about dairy products...

48 hours at Victoria Falls 48 hours at Victoria Falls

Travel bloggers, Jeff and Kerryn, from Pass The Map caught their first glimpse of the Victoria Falls out of an airplane window...

Saddle Up! Saddle Up!

With its rolling grasslands and well-trodden game paths, Mlilwane is ideal for horse-based exploration. Known for their well...

North to West Cape flower spectacular North to West Cape flower spectacular

Earlier this month I posted about my adventure in the Northern Cape to see the annual floral display mother nature puts...

Northern Cape flower spectacular Northern Cape flower spectacular

I’ve been dreaming about seeing the West Coast and Northern Cape flowers for years! Growing up in Jozi’s concrete wonderland...

South Africa’s best picnic spots South Africa’s best picnic spots

Enjoy the sounds and sightings at this rustic picnic spot while your picnic fire blazes, then wander off to the lookout deck...

At 50, how relevant is the Krugerrand? At 50, how relevant is the Krugerrand?

It’s survived apartheid, the shifting fortunes of gold, and still features strongly in our collective psyches ...

Room to roam Room to roam

The ‘elephant problem’ in some protected areas is controversial, but numbers are no longer the focus of elephant management...

Mapstone, Benson master Waterberg race Mapstone, Benson master Waterberg race

Rory Mapstone and Rex Benson won their second stage on the trot to take overall honours in the men's section of the three-day Lib

Mhlopeni Nature Reserve, Greyton, Kwazulu Natal Mhlopeni Nature Reserve, Greyton, Kwazulu Natal

Mhlopeni Nature Reserve, near Greyton, Kwazulu Natal offers wide biodiversity in beautiful surroundings. Birdwatching, Hiking ...

How to save South Africa How to save South Africa

Moeletsi Mbeki says we need to take dramatic action to avoid social and political chaos. His new book postulates four possible...

Why South Africa should resist the power of Big Sugar Why South Africa should resist the power of Big Sugar

The proposed tax on sweetened drinks will help improve public health despite overwrought opposition from industry...

Jump City Challenge Jump City Challenge

The rugged coastline of the Dolphin Trail is all about nature’s energy – and your own! This luxury hike offers a unique Tsitsikamm

Finding peace in Madagascar Finding peace in Madagascar

Situated 400km off the coast of East Africa, Madagascar is roughly two and a half times the size of Great Britain...

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