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Hoedspruit Cheetah Project

The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre focuses on the conservation of rare, vulnerable or endangered animals. Cheetah Conservation is one of the core disciplines.  They are actively involved in the breeding of endangered, vulnerable or rare animal species; the education of learners, students and the general public in conservation and conservation activities; eco-tourism; the release and … Continue reading “Hoedspruit Cheetah Project”

Hermanus – Overberg

An old-time favourite, Hermanus offers fantastic beaches, a tidal pool, a beautiful nature reserve, many scenic drives and walks, rugged cliffs, outstanding whale watching, markets, eateries and more.

Grahamstown

Grahamstown is known as Africa’s Festival Capital Africa’s Festival Capital – six national events are celebrated here each year.  It is also fondly known as the City of Saints, with more than 40 places of worship. It is the centre of Frontier Country, where Khoi, Xhosa, Boer and British people met and left their mark. … Continue reading “Grahamstown”

Golf

World-class golf, sports and entertainment facilities await you in the North West Province of South Africa, amidst the peace, quiet and wide-open spaces symbolic of the province. Golf courses include the Gary Player Country Club at Sun City, home to the Nedbank Golf Challenge, Lost City Country Club, Pecanwood Golf and Country Club and Leopard … Continue reading “Golf”

Golf

The Garden Route is well known for its beautiful golf courses. These include Mossel Bay Golf Club (Mossel Bay), Pinnacle Point (near Mossel Bay), George Golf Club (George), Fancourt (George), Kingswood Golf Estate (George), Oubaai Golf Resort (Herolds Bay near George), Knysna Golf Club (Knysna), Simola Golf Estate (Knysna), Pezula Championship Course (Knysna), Plettenberg Bay Country … Continue reading “Golf”

Gaming and Entertainment

The extravagant Sun City Lost City hotel and entertainment complex ‘in the middle of nowhere’ is known the world over. It was built over 20 years ago in the former homeland of Bophuthatswana when gambling was not permitted in South Africa under the apartheid government. Sun City remains an icon of family fun and entertainment. … Continue reading “Gaming and Entertainment”

Franschhoek

Franschhoek Wine Valley lies deep in the Cape Wine lands and is South Africa’s very own “French Corner”. Here, amidst luscious vineyards and gracious Cape Dutch farmsteads, a picturesque village emits proud, ever-present memories of a 17th century Huguenot culture. A place towards which, an emancipated Nelson Mandela turned, as he began his long walk … Continue reading “Franschhoek”

Featherbed Eco Experience

Featherbed is a privately-owned, registered Nature Reserve and a South African Heritage site. It is an idyllic piece of Eden situated on the Western Head of Knysna and is accessible by ferry only. The superb four-hour eco-experience includes a return ferry trip, nature drive and guided walk, ending with a buffet lunch beneath ancient Milkwood … Continue reading “Featherbed Eco Experience”

Drakensberg Boys’ Choir

The Central Drakensberg is home to the internationally acclaimed Drakensberg Boy’s Choir School and the region is justifiably proud of the boys – all aged between nine and fifteen and from various cultural backgrounds. Since 1971 the Drakensberg Boys Choir has toured extensively, establishing an enviable reputation before audiences as far a field as the … Continue reading “Drakensberg Boys’ Choir”

De Hoop Nature Reserve covers about 34 000 hectares & the entire length of its coast is a protected marine area. The reserve encompasses the breeding grounds of the southern right whale and large dunes provide superb vantage points. De Hoop is celebrated for its unmatched whale watching during season (June – November). Many mammals have … Continue reading “De Hoop Nature Reserve – Overberg”

Cultural Tours

A first time visit to Kwa-Zulu Natal is not complete without a visit to a traditional Zulu homestead. The Zulu traditions and culture are as much a way of life as they are a tourist attraction. The Zulu, which means people of heaven, are a proud nation that treasure their heritage, are friendly and always … Continue reading “Cultural Tours”

Citrus Tours

Kirkwood, located in the heart of the Sundays River Valley can be considered the citrus capital of the Eastern Cape. There are many tours on offer to experience the workings of a citrus farm. Many guest houses in the area are located on working farms and offer guided tours. Perhaps enjoy a picnic prepared for … Continue reading “Citrus Tours”