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Cape Country Routes

With the prevailing situation as it is, many South Africans are probably not going to be travelling abroad for the foreseeable future and would prefer to holiday closer to home… so, while …

Bobaas Bokaap

Bobaas Bokaap, it’s a mashallah place to be!”  Story by Franki Black. A beaming boy on a bicycle approaches our tour guide Shireen for his share of sweets.  As Shireen leads us …

Picture-Perfect Paternoster

“It doesn’t matter whether you sleep with a million rand under your pillow or if you’re dirt poor; here in Paternoster, everyone goes to the same beach and everyone complains about eating …

Books to keep the wanderlust alive

Mason Cooley, American author and academic, said: “Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.” In our current situation, never has a truer word been said.  …

South African Art Towns

It’s easy to see why the landscape around Clarens has inspired so many artists. The streets leading off the Free State town’s grassy square seemingly head straight into the Maluti Mountains, which …

The River Wild

Trumpeting like a brass orchestra, a herd of some 30 or more rambunctious elephants trampled their way down to the banks of the great Chobe River for their mid-afternoon splash about. It …

STORIES AND BLOG

Destination Nosy Be, Madagascar

A long, long, long time ago – before Man started interfering with our planet – an ancient continent known as Gondwana slowly, very slowly, split up. Big and little bits drifted away. …

Running out of wishes in Malawi

I forgive her lack of fetish for geography (despite being educated in Kenya) because her description is so apt. And here I am again, my powdered heart and I – this time …

Mauritius – Beyond the beach

About an hour’s drive from Long Beach Gold and Spa Resort on the Mauritian east coast, lies La Vallée de Ferney (Ferney Valley) – a beautiful 200ha sanctuary for a variety of …

LOCAL EVENTS AND STORIES

The Glass Sipper

The crystal clear gift choice this festive season A new generation of eco-conscious iced coffee and cocktail-lovers is shunning single-use plastic straws in favour of the Glass Sipper range of re-usable straws. Handcrafted locally, …

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