The hike along the Shipwreck Trail from Port Alfred to Fish River is by no means an easy feat but it’s worth it.
From game driving to scuba diving, South Africa proves that there’s much more beneath the surface.
An exhilarating day spent hiking, abseiling and kloofing in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve.
The sensational experience of tandem skydiving over the Namib desert.
Just a week before the second Richtersveld Wildrun kicks off, anticipation is building for what promises to be a tight race through one of the most biologically diverse regions in the world.
Exploring Coffee Bay and surfing the Wild Coast’s Hole in the Wall…
The Brandberg Rhino Run to raise money for Namibia’s Save the Rhino Trust to help protect black rhinos.
Two sisters cycle through Asia, teaching kids about rhino conservation along the way.
Newly-weds Jeff and Kerryn set out with their trust Landy, named Andy, on a bumpy road-trip around Swaziland.
Eelco makes it to Vic Falls in his epic cycle for the orange-breasted waxbill – with some interesting elephant encounters along the way!
Eelco Meyjes is cycling 3,000km from Cape Town to Vic Falls for the orange-breasted waxbill. Read all about his crazy adventure.
The Drakensberg is a heaven on earth – a must see for those who love peace, quiet, serenity, nature and adventure.
Two sisters, will ride from Hong Kong to Singapore in a bid to raise awareness about rhino poaching in a cycling project titled “Buy No Rhino”.
Uganda may not have been on Neil’s intended route when cycling Africa but it turns out to be a true highlight.
A journey to the summit of Kilimanjaro, the roof of Africa.
A family of 6 sells up in order to embark on a life of travel.
Eelco Meyjes is over 600km into 3,000km ride from Cape Town to Victoria Falls to raise funds and awareness for the tiny orange-breasted waxbill.
Simon enjoys a ride on a traditional dhow to Zanzibar’s Mnemba Island for a bit of snorkelling.
A tough cycle through the mountainous country of Ethiopia.
Cycling through the harsh Nubian Desert in Sudan on a long journey to Cape Town.
A gruelling three day climb to reach the peak of Mt Meru – Tanzania’s 2nd highest peak.
Climbing to Sapitwa – the highest peak of Malawi’s Mount Mulanji.
Climbing Malawi’s Chombwe Plateau in the scorching heat.
After blisters, sweat and laughter the Ennedi Trail teams are back home.
Tall Ship Picton Castle travels to Lüderitz for some sand, wild horses and German dining.
Watch Le TREG Ennedi Trail live as nine nationalities line up to battle it out over three distances in the Sahara desert.
Sulfur springs, salt lakes, active volcanoes and 3.2 million year-old hominins make this region of Ethiopia one of the most interesting places on the planet.
Join Berenice Meintjes as she goes on a rhino walking safari in the Kruger National Park.
Sailing around the Cape of Good Hope is not an easy task.
Picton Castle takes shelter in a hurricane hole of Reunion, exploring the lychee farms, the active volcano and repairing their brightly coloured dory.
Sailing crew visits the island of Rodrigues, enjoying the creole food and the giant tortoises in their free time.
The unbelievable journey that went into constructing the Cape Canopy Tour in the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve.
Win three nights accommodation from 29 December 2014 to 1 January 2015 in a suspended tent, including a two day pass to Vic Falls Carnival, courtesy of The Gypsy Outpost.
Teams to run grueling ultra-marathon for the establishment of a new national park in Chad and raise funds for anti-poaching.
Roxanne Reid tells us what to do in the in the succulent Karoo.
The Cape Canopy Tour opens in the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve.
Join conservationist Braam Malherbe and walk the the Wild Coast in the WESSA Wild Walk from the 15th to the 28th of November.
There are many examples of interesting border crossings in the world but few can be as exciting as gliding between South Africa and Botswana across the legendary Limpopo River by cable car.
Simon does the three air combo at Victoria Falls; zip-lining, bungee jumping and gorge swinging.
Football, oryx, warriors – it’s an unusual combination but this is how Melako Community Conservancy in Northern Kenya is helping to secure the future of wildlife and communities.
Simon OChen gives us a play by play as he tackles the rapids of the Zambezi River
A termite mound becomes a pizza oven in the Okavango Delta.
A story of car troubles and a rescue by a cattle herder with a heart of gold in Mozambique’s Maputo Special Reserve.
Three days on the Zambezi River, the 4th longest river in Africa, spotting crocs, hippos and a variety of birds.
A first-hand experience of Uganda’s Big Birding Day annual 24 hour birding event.
Get off the beaten track on your mountain bike and experience the treasures of South Africa first world heritage site at the iSimangaliso MTB 4 Day