Monthly Archives: September 2016

10 Food Photos That Prove Cape Town is the Culinary Capital of South Africa

“There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” – George Bernard Shaw. Who could argue with that quote from the famous Irish playwright? We certainly can’t dispute it!  And fortunately, we are kind of spoilt for choice in … Continue reading

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Families and Ecotourism: A Natural Fit

Just as the 100th birthday of the National Park Service is casting a spotlight on U.S. national parks in 2016, we can expect an enhanced emphasis on ecotourism throughout 2017—declared the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development by the … Continue reading

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Top Attractions – Cape Town

The city of Cape Town has so much to offer, with a huge array of experience and attractions, but we feel these are the attractions that really showcase the Mother City’s rich history and incredible beauty and should make it … Continue reading

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Kwandwe Private Game Reserve launches activities for families.

Kwandwe Private Game Reserve will launch new range of family-friendly ‘Eco-nect’ activities in January.   The Kwandwe Private Game Reserve, close to Port Elizabeth in South Africa, will introduce a range of activities to its children’s safari programme, the Blue … Continue reading

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Museums to visit in Cape Town City Centre

Cape Town is a cultural hub and where the history of the country really began, so you can bet we have plenty of both to offer visitors. The Mother City’s… Cape Town is a cultural hub and where the history … Continue reading

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Hermanus Whale Festival – Hermanus, Western Cape

Head to the quaint coastal town of Hermanus to experience the amazing festival it’s renowned for, the Hermanus Wale Festival. Every year the Southern Right whales make their way to the Cape coast to mate and calve, giving visitors (both local and … Continue reading

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Discover the vibrant city of Cape Town on a guided walking tour through the city centre. The history, culture and architecture of our rainbow nation all comes to life as you stroll the Mother City visiting monuments, gardens, historically important … Continue reading

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Cape Town – Slow down in small towns

Paternoster, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Hermanus are all within two hours’ drive of Cape Town and offer a variety of activities for travellers. Kim Emmanuel takes a closer look. The focus of the Western Cape should not be only around the … Continue reading

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Luxury property opens in Franschhoek

Virgin Limited Edition, Sir Richard Branson’s privately owned collection of award-winning luxury hotels and retreats, launched the Manor House at Mont Rochelle and Mountain Vineyard in Franschhoek in June this year. The exclusive Manor House comprises four deluxe suites and … Continue reading

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THE GLARE OF THE SOUTHERN SKY

Why is stargazing better in the Southern hemisphere?! Southern hemisphere skies offer dazzling spectacles for night viewing, some of which cannot be seen from the Northern hemisphere. As the sun sets and darkness descends, a number of different features become … Continue reading

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