Monthly Archives: June 2017

Rhino Walking Safaris gets FTT certification

Pictured: The Plains Camp – Rhino Walking Safaris has been Fair Trade Tourism certified Rhino Walking Safaris, which comprises Plains Camp and Rhino Post Safari Lodge in the Kruger National Park, has been certified by Fair Trade Tourism (FTT). Plains … Continue reading

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Stuck for Things to do During the School Holidays? (Cape Town)

Stuck for Things to do During the School Holidays? School’s out: keep your kids occupied during the winter holidays with great activities and events in and around the Mother City! Last Update 1 June 2017 Kids from around the Western … Continue reading

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Kenyan lodge adds new tents

Karisia Walking Safaris in Nanyuki, Kenya has added a fourth tent to the Tumaren Camp Karisia Walking Safaris’, Tumaren Camp in Nanyuki, Kenya, now has four sleeping tents for guests. The camp comprises one family tent with a divider, the … Continue reading

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Chapman’s Peak Drive closed

Chapman’s Peak Drive in the Western Cape has been closed until further notice after a rock fall on the Noordhoek end that caused significant damage to two catch fences and the road surface, according to a statement posted on the … Continue reading

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Five great cycle route ideas

Credit: Craig Howes Increasing fitness consciousness and environmental sensitivity are some of the trends fuelling a growing demand for cycle tourism. Michelle Colman takes a look at some of the most scenic cycle routes in South Africa. Cross Cape Cycle … Continue reading

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Powerful brand to grow tourism to Africa

The launch of GoVacation Africa will grow travel to South Africa and the rest of the continent, says CEO, Sabine Blehle. Tourvest Destination Management will focus on new business in the newly launched GoVacation Africa brand and driving efficiencies, before … Continue reading

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Shark cage diving: How to advise your clients

Shark cage diving is a bucket list item for most adventure seekers. White Shark Projects gives a quick guide to advise your clients booking this activity. The ABCs of shark cage diving “A” stands for anti-seasick tablets. White Shark Projects … Continue reading

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Biking tracks introduced in Great Karoo reserve

Samara Private Game Reserve introduces new mountain biking routes. Samara Private Game Reserve in the Great Karoo has introduced guided and unguided mountain biking tracks for guests. Guided routes are in the game-fenced area where riders are accompanied by a … Continue reading

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Things to Do on Youth Day in Cape Town

Celebrate your youth and make it a party to remember in the Mother City! Youth Day, Friday, 16 June 2017, is a day on which we remember the power of the younger generation. We celebrate the brave students who defended … Continue reading

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European riverboat operator to launch new Southern African product

From December 2017, CroisiEurope will offer a cruises aboard the African Dream. European riverboat operator CroisiEurope will operate a new vessel, the African Dream, on the Chobe and Zambezi rivers at the end of this year. Starting in December 2017, … Continue reading

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