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Cycle from Kruger to Blyde River Canyon

It is almost time for the Rotary K2C (Kruger to Canyons) Cycle Tour, which takes intrepid and adventurous cyclists over 90km through some of the most famous Big Five reserves in the Lowveld.

Magical Lake Michaelson

A hike to Lake Michaelson under Point Lenana – Africa’s third highest peak at 4,700 metres.

Video: 18 days in Uganda and Rwanda

From learning the history of Lake Bunyonyi in Uganda to trekking with mountain gorillas in Rwanda, watch this video of an off-the-beaten-track adventure.

Arriving in Morocco by tall ship

Bright blue fishing boats, red desert sunsets and bustling colourful markets make Essaouira in Morroco a sensory overload for Picton Castle crew.

Sailing around Zanzibar in a hollow tree

As 2016 dawns on the Tanzanian coastline, so will the first day of the Ngalawa Cup – a sailing race around the Zanzibar archipelago in the favoured fishing boat of the local Swahili fishermen.

Fundraising dinner for the One Land Love It Expedition

If you’re in Port Elizabeth this Thursday, don’t miss out on the fundraising dinner for the One Land Love It expedition with guest speakers, Braam Malherbe and Vasti Geldenhuys. All proceeds will be distributed to the SANParks Honorary Rangers and Care for Wild AFRICA.

Lions in a hail storm

All hail broke loose in Pilanesberg National Park to mark the start of spring and the end of the long dry winter months in the north west of the country.

Kayaking in Kenya

Mida Creek is a protected mangrove ecosystem in Kenya where you can kayak through a maze of channels to explore the tranquility that its several islands has to offer.

Skiing in Lesotho

Skiing in Lesotho is an affordable, enjoyable and accessible holiday for South Africans and foreigners alike.

Horse races in July

From the glitz and the glam to the endurance factor, here’s a closer look at South Africa’s major horsing event in July.