Prestigious Camp Jabulani’s experiential rhino conservation safari in the Big 5 Kapama Game Reserve is a unique opportunity for conservation-minded guests to participate in the protection of Africa’s white rhinos.  In addition to carefully organized conservation tasks, participants will enjoy superbly luxurious accommodation and service at the lodge.

South Africa has had a long and cosy history with thatch, dating back to the Cape’s early history. The thatch trend eventually found its way all over the country, and thatch remains popular at safari lodges where thatch roofs not only create a naturalistic atmosphere, but are also environmentally friendly. The thatched, hut-shaped rondavel is a … Continue reading “Non-Thatched Luxury Safari Lodge Accommodation in South Africa”

The Manor House at Mont Rochelle is a gorgeously chic four-bedroom villa available for exclusive use to families and small groups of friends holidaying together in the Cape winelands.

All Pretoria travel professionals – including tour operators, travel agents, conference organizers and any others with a professional interest in booking luxury accommodation in South Africa – are warmly invited to our Travel Professionals’ Workshop in Pretoria on 08 June 2016. Regular attendees, please note that we have a fabulous collection of new exhibitors who … Continue reading “Exclusive Getaways Travel Professionals Workshop in Pretoria 08 June 2016”

Set on one of the Cape’s earliest and most prestigious wine estates, The Lanzerac Hotel in Stellenbosch offers a masterful combination of polished current-day luxury and age-old grandeur.  Set in the exquisite Jonkershoek Valley against a breathtaking mountainscape and fringed by vineyards – which we’ve just enjoyed in the crisp caramel cladding of late autumn – the Lanzerac is … Continue reading “Princely Lodgings, Wining and Dining Unlimited at Lanzerac Hotel in Stellenbosch”

In ancient Egypt, the daily rhythm of sunrise-sunset was appreciated as a continuing life-death-rebirth cycle. Egyptians believed that the Sun God Ra  – the most powerful in the Egyptian pantheon – emerged from the East at daybreak and moved across the heavens by day, and then died at day’s end, returning to the underworld. However one … Continue reading “Where to Watch the Sun Dip: Magical Places for Sunsets in South Africa”

Not only is Cape Town a city of staggering beauty, but it is also a place harbouring endless curiosities and quirks, many of them relating to its long and interesting history. We’ve picked 10 facts about Cape Town – including Table Mountain – to share with you.

If a one- or two-night getaway is all your schedule permits or is your particular preference, these are some great options to consider for your next one-night luxury getaway in the Western Cape, ensconced in comfort and good taste.

Cape West-to-East Foodie Tour, featuring top fine-dining hotels in the Mother City, notable foodie destinations in whale-watching Western Cape, as well as prime foodie-spots on the Garden Route, in Eastern Cape’s citrus and elephant country, and on the spectacular Wild Coast.

Winter fireside getaways bring their own kind of reverie, often composed of the fizzle and sputter of a log fire, and alongside it a sufficiency of books, friendly socks and good wine. Partaking of good food in an enchanting space centred around a roaring fire is another well-favoured winter pastime. We share a few of our favourites South African getaways that will get you … Continue reading “Get Fired Up for Winter: Gorgeous South African Getaways for Cosy Fireside Leisure”

Aspirations of wildlife photography often go hand in hand with the joy and excitement of animal sightings on safari. “If only I could capture this as a take-home …”, is a sentiment that has visited itself upon most of us on safari. At Jaci’s Lodges in Madikwe Game Reserve, guests now have the option of daily … Continue reading “Be a Wildlife Photographer: Snap Up Wildlife Photography Skills at Jaci’s Lodges”

Celebrate Easter 2016 with chocolate aplenty and fine local tastings, pairings and getaways. In earlier times the week preceding Easter – Holy Week – was observed as an egg-free week and any eggs laid in that week were decorated as Holy Week eggs, rather than eaten. But over time the Easter egg tradition has evolved and become … Continue reading “A Handful of Fine Chocolatey Getaways & Experiences for Easter 2016”