Tagged: Adventure

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Walking on the Wild Side in Style – What to Pack on an African Safari

Safari and style? Not often two words that go together for the practical necessities required to enjoy a safari can prove an impediment to following fashion trends. The safari has moved on, however - it’s no longer catering to yellow suited and booted game hunters, but has now adapted for a range of tastes from... Read more »

Top 5 Reasons to add Franschhoek to your South African Itinerary

Top 5 Reasons to add Franschhoek to your South African Itinerary

Franschhoek Valley is one of the most amazing wine regions in the world with majestic mountain scenery, lush vineyards and a quaint European feel. Franschhoek's rich history of European influence dates back to the late 1600s when French Huguenots arrived in the Cape after fleeing France after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in... Read more »

17 Unique Things to do in Cape Town for Families

17 Unique Things to do in Cape Town for Families

1. Whale Watching in Hermanus Recommended for kids aged 3 years and older. Seasonal activity from July to November.  The perfect road for a family road trip to spend a day on the outskirts of Cape Town, taking the Whale Route through Gordon’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Betty’s Bay to reach Hermanus. Hermanus, once a small... Read more »

The Best Adventure Activities in Cape Town

The Best Adventure Activities in Cape Town

The Western Cape is teeming with incredible outdoor adventures. The vast variety of terrain both on land and sea provides the perfect place for all kinds of activities. Cape Town is an adrenaline junkie's dream come true, with everything from parasailing off a mountain to world class kite surfing, your only regret will be not... Read more »

The Best Scuba Diving Spots in South Africa

The Best Scuba Diving Spots in South Africa

South Africa is a diverse, multicultural nation with a 2735-kilometer coastline that borders two oceans, the Indian and Atlantic Ocean. South Africa’s waters “signal” scuba divers to enter its turbulent waters. The dive experience here is as varied as it can provide an abundance of opportunities for the different kinds of diving personalities, from macro... Read more »