Travel Guides

Cape Town

Welcome to Cape Town, Mother City of Africa!

Apart from being one of the oldest cities in South Africa, it offers you mountains, beaches, sea, rivers and a wonderful climate. It is home to one of the seven flora kingdoms in the world. Set below Table Mountain it is a vibrant cosmopolitan city


South Africa Travel Guide

Vast and untamed, turbulent and full of character, a melting pot of cultures and traditions!

A South Africa holiday has something for everyone: tropical coastlines and arid deserts; lush carpets of dazzling daisies and Big Five safaris (Buffalo, Elephants, Lions, Leopards and Rhino) in one of the world’s biggest free range national parks


Addo Elephant National Park

In 1931 the Addo Elephant National Park  was declared a preservation area for elephants, this was at a time when just 11 Elephant roamed the area. Today, however, over 450 Elephant makes the Park its home. Addo Elephant National Park is set deep within the dense valley bushveld of the Sundays River region of the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Addo is one of the few places where you can see the Big Seven - Elephant, Rhino, Lion, Buffalo , Leopard, Whale and the Great White Shark!


Augrabies Falls National Park

Augrabies is derived from the Khoi name for 'place of the Great Noise'. It is renowned as one of the world’s largest waterfalls.

The area is very arid and only the strongest can survive in this ruggedly beautiful part of South Africa. This is an area rich in stunning scenery and African Wildlife, as well as the unforgettable sights and sounds of the Falls


Balule Private Nature Reserve

The Balule Private Nature Reserve was created when a few enterprising farm owners decided to drop the game fences between their farms.

This vast Nature Reserve is home to the Big Five and world famous for its abundance of animals and birdlife. 

Bloemfontein Travel Guide

Bloemfontein, affectionately known as the "City of Roses", is the Capital City of the Free State Province


Bushveld/ The Waterberg

Unique and totally different, The Waterberg, with its remarkable rock formations shaped over millions of years by riverine erosion, is one of the first regions in the North of South Africa to be named as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve



On the border of the beautiful mountain kingdom of Lesotho, moments away from the Golden Gate National Park, the quaint village of Clarens lies tranquilly in all its splendour.



The spectacular Drakensberg Mountains, known locally as “The Berg” are  popular with hikers, rock climbers, trout fishermen and anyone else wishing to enjoy the spectacular scenery and great outdoors. 



Set beautifully along the warm Indian Ocean, the bustling port town of Durban has it all! An economic hub, Durban is an eclectic mix of cultural diversity, with the Indian, Zulu and European communities providing fascinating architecture, interesting markets and bazaars and an abundance of attractions and activities.