The end of the year is fast approaching; traditionally, this means more time for family, more time for getaways, and time for a much-needed escape. This sentiment rings even more true in the case of 2020, with more African countries safely opening up for tourism there are some great specials not to be missed to enjoy quality time with the entire family.
Private guide Tayla McCurdy recently had the opportunity to get her hands dirty while learning a bit more about Southern Ground Hornbill conservation from experts in the field. Read more about their effort into putting up a 40kg crate up a tree to ensure their survival.
From the Greater Kruger to the coast, from lions to penguins, from adventure to fine dining, we bring you some travel inspiration from some our favorite destinations this country offers
Dreaming of Tanzania 🙌
From breath-taking beauty known for its ancient cities, rich culture, the great migration, great apes & exotic wildlife; there’s so much to see and do and often, so little time!
We’ve included a list of everything that we believe you must experience. And, if you can’t experience them all at once, well then that’s just one more reason to visit again and pick up where you left off
Famed for its picturesque landscapes and enormous wildlife conservancies, Kenya is the ideal destination for a safari. Her land rises from a low coastal plain alongside the warm Indian Ocean to mountainous highlands at her center, making this incredibly diverse country an alluring option for wilderness-seeking safari enthusiasts. We highlight some destination that will have you dreaming of the home of safaris.
On this #HeritageDay we share a bit more of what we’ve been doing the last couple of months to help the vulnerable people around us during the lockdown in SA and help preserve the natural areas we share. If you are looking to lend a helping hand, too, then take a look below to see which initiatives resonate with you the most