Monthly Archives: April 2017

Four great ideas for cyclists

Credit: Awol Tours Cycling is an ideal activity to include in an active travel itinerary, with various areas in Africa providing a spectacular backdrop. Kim Emmanuel rounds up options ranging from fully fledged cycle tours to day excursions. Gourmet cycle … Continue reading

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Fresh look for Chobe camp

Linyanti Bush Camp has recently undergone a refurbishment Linyanti Bush Camp, in Botswana’s Chobe National Park has undergone a soft refurbishment. The camp has six luxury tents with a total of 12 beds (triples are available on request) and en-suite … Continue reading

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Botswana camp launches hot-air balloon safari

Hot-air balloon safaris are now available at Kadizora Camp in Botswana. Guests of Kadizora Camp can now include a hot-air balloon safari in their stay. The activity is available between April and September and four guests can be accommodated on … Continue reading

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Lalibela introduces new walking safari

Guests can now enjoy a guided walking safari at Lalibela Game Reserve. Lalibela Game Reserve has introduced walking safaris for guests. Guests can go on walks in Lalibela’s breeding area next to the Big Five area. Vernon Wait, Marketing Director, … Continue reading

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Five walking safaris with a difference

Walking safaris offer guests an exhilarating option to view wildlife. Kim Emmanuel looks at some of the ones that offer an extra twist. 1. Zen guided walk The Outpost, a lodge in the Big Five Makuleke Contractual Park in the … Continue reading

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Four great ideas for cyclists

Credit: Awol Tours Cycling is an ideal activity to include in an active travel itinerary, with various areas in Africa providing a spectacular backdrop. Kim Emmanuel rounds up options ranging from fully fledged cycle tours to day excursions. Gourmet cycle … Continue reading

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Options for travellers who want to give back.

Credit: Uthando SA Responsible and sustainable tourism is increasingly showing up on tourists’ radar. Kim Emmanuel looks at different options, ranging from voluntourism to options where guests can support disadvantaged communities. 1. Wilderness Leadership School The Wilderness Leadership School offers … Continue reading

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The City at the Crossroads, Autun’s Roman Heritage, Kids Go Free, Le Gigot d’Agneau

Strasbourg: the City at the Crossroads   The Alsatian city of Strasbourg – whose name literally means ‘town at the crossing of roads’ – lies at a fascinating juncture between old and new, German and French. It is of course … Continue reading

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42 Things To Do In Cape Town Under R200

We’re almost halfway through 2014 and Cape Town is still enjoying the spoils of the momentum she’s gathered from numerous international press mentions from the New York Times to TripAdvisor and The Telegraph. Cape Town is now firmly on the … Continue reading

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Egg-ceptional Things to Do over the Easter Weekend in Cape Town

Your guide to all the biggest and most delicious Easter holiday events in the Mother City It’s that time of the year again when chocolate eggs and Lindt bunny rabbits dominate storefronts and shopping baskets. If you’re not jetting off … Continue reading

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