5 things that made a stay at Le Prince Maurice truly memorable and will definitely see this blogger returning again and again.
Dog Food Drive for Kruger National Park’s anti-poaching canines raises ZAR140,000 – for the love of dogs and rhinos.
Exploring the wondrous scenery, historical charm, impressive architecture, glorious wine and fruit farms, and environmental delights that Paarl has to offer.
In support of #WorldRhinoDay on 22nd September, here are just 7 ways you can show the anti-poaching dogs and, in turn, our rhinos, that you care.
A Dog Food Drive – For the Love of Dogs & Rhinos on #WorldRhinoDay to support the K9 Unit in the Kruger National Park by donating food for these canine heroes in the fight against poaching.
A leopard on the runway is the perfect start to a cat-filled getaway in the Sabi Sand.
Kruger’s K9 Centre welcomes the addition of four new dogs at handover ceremony.
Enjoy a glass of wine in the name of Cecil the Lion, and help to support lion conservation in Africa.
Using the natural backdrop of a waterfall or a river as a classroom to learn about how to protect water sources.
Learn more about the anti-poaching canines of Kruger and how you can help support these dogs making a difference.
Bontebok National Park, located just outside the town of Swellendam, is South Africa’s smallest park and is well worth a visit!
The towns of Robertson, McGregor, Montagu, Ashton and Bonnievale combine to make up the Robertson Wine Valley – an area that features stunning scenery with awesome opportunities to wine and dine, all led by the most friendly wine-makers, chefs and farm owners.
The ante is upped on a bush walk through Kruger National Park when an elephant charges….
The business of rhino horn trade and its part in a complex web of criminality and trade-based money laundering.
Why we think you should visit the Company’s Gardens in the heart of the Mother City!
Intaka Island is a wetland and bird sanctuary situated in the heart of Century City – what is more commonly known as a bustling shopping centre, residential area and office park.
There are several reasons why the out-of-the-way Hout Bay requires a visit during your Cape Town holiday.
Read all about An Empty Coast, a new novel by Tony Park, and you could WIN one of three copies of this exciting crime thriller!
Travel to a selection of 21 of the most iconic places on the African continent with the ‘African Icons’ coffee table book.
A close-up encounter with cheetahs at Okonjima – home of the AfriCat Foundation.
The Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, which stretches between Elgin, Grabouw, Kleinmond and Betty’s Bay, has so many things to offer!
A tea party is a success with kids showing their support for rhinos and education!
A fundraising tea party in order to raise money for a illustrated children’s book about rhinos.
Conservation starts with education and the “rescuing rhino” children’s book needs your funding!
On the west coast of the Seychelles’ main island of Mahé lies a unique bay and the exquisite resort of Constance Ephelia.
This past weekend Cape Town’s Woodstock was home to a great street food festival as well as a winter beer festival.
5 things to be learnt from the Tutankhamun exhibition that is currently on at Grand West Casino in Cape Town.
The VoiceMap app allows you to travel with a local in your pocket, in any city in the world at any time you want.
The Sarcastic Lens is a photobook designed to show that ordinary people can take extraordinary photographs.
The unbelievable journey that went into constructing the Cape Canopy Tour in the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve.
Snorkelling with an underwater kaleidoscope of creatures at Mozambique’s Inhaca Island.
The Cape Canopy Tour opens in the Hottentots Holland Nature Reserve.
Pack your swimsuit, your suntan lotion and your someone special and head on over to southern Mozambique for an endless summer!
A romantic proposal at White Pearl Resorts made a holiday for two, something truly special!
When Janine’s vehicle packs up in the middle of Kruger, she discovers that it is the people that make a place what it is.
A story of car troubles and a rescue by a cattle herder with a heart of gold in Mozambique’s Maputo Special Reserve.
Janine gives some tips and tricks on how to make the most out of a visit to Kruger National Park.
On a recent trip to Mozambique, Janine discovers that when it comes to accommodation its all in the details.
Janine Mare explains why Kruger National Park holds a special place in her heart.
Khaki Fever is the age old aliment of being attracted to a man in uniform that spreads like wildfire through the savannah where rangers in khaki gear are found.
There is something special about the sound of the bush and while utterly indescribable, Janine tries her best to put it into words.
While at Tanda Tula Field Camp, Janine comes to realise that the quality of your guide can make or break the safari experience.
We walk through the new Boomslang treetop forest walkway within Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
We visit the Cederberg to celebrate ten years of leopard conservation with the Cape Leopard Trust.
Life on a Cape Farm is more than a cookbook, it is a story book. It is the story of an old-worldly farm in the Cape, a story about two twin sisters living their dream, a story of traditional South African cooking and beyond that it is an inspiration for my food stories.
Jane Goodall, animal-lover, scientist, researcher, activist and people-person says that in order to save our animals we have to start with the people.
After five days in the Namib desert of Namibia, a dune is a dune is just another dune – but its really not.
Orchids are some of the most diverse and exquisite plants in the world and their flowers boggle the mind – particularly these strange and amusing examples that take on the appearance of certain animals!
Walvis Bay in Namibia is synonymous with flamingos and a trip to the area would not be complete without some time spent with these pink birds.
In the middle of nowhere in Namibia, somewhere between Sossusvlei and Walvis Bay, lies the one petrol-station town of Solitaire – a photographers dream come true.
In a thin stretch that traverses the vast Namib desert lies hundreds upon hundreds of mysterious fairy circles, and there are many legends as to how they formed…
In this world of high rises, townships, gigantic cities and technology it is hard to believe that untouched wildernesses like the NamibRand exist…
Snow in spring can really dampen the spirits but when you live in Cape Town and the bright, flower-carperted fields of Darling are less than an hour away, snow is welcomed as a dramatic backdrop to nature’s very own colour festival!
The noise is deafening as a hundred males compete for the attention of the ladies. No this is not the annual motorbike rally – its simply the Western Leopard Toads mating.
A number of Africa’s most famous, beloved and beautiful species are in rapid decline. It is often shouted from the rooftops those animals that are listed as endangered or only have limited numbers left, and rightly so. However there are other species whose numbers, although appearing great in number, are fast being depleted. The population […]
If the kids can do it, why can’t we? Kids don’t take no for an answer and if they want something badly enough they will make it happen. Meet these six amazing children that have set their sights on projects close to their hearts and are making history as they teach us adults that one […]