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Five Best Fine Dining Restaurants in South Africa

Five Best Fine Dining Restaurants in South Africa

Have you got a special anniversary coming up, or are you thinking of proposing to your long-time love? Maybe you just want to see what it really costs to eat at the country’s best fine dining restaurants. Whether you have to live vicariously through our reviewers, or are genuinely interested in making a reservation to […]

Why You Need To Visit Zimbabwe Now

Why You Need To Visit Zimbabwe Now

The Republic of Zimbabwe is a landlocked country bordering South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, and Mozambique. It’s an up and coming holiday destination with a warm climate, fascinating history and culture, an abundance of national parks and world heritage sites, spectacular African sunsets, and exceptional game viewing opportunities – all of which can be enjoyed without […]

South Africa’s new immigration laws will have negative impact on tourism

South Africa’s new immigration laws will have negative impact on tourism

Is it a bold move to fight child trafficking and protect South Africa’s borders? Or a paranoid gamble that will damage one of the country’s most important industries and add to soaring unemployment? South Africa has introduced new rules, requiring any child crossing its borders to be in possession of – or to have earlier […]

A New Record in Arrivals – Seychelles Tourism Up By 15 Percent

A New Record in Arrivals – Seychelles Tourism Up By 15 Percent

Victoria — The Seychelles islands are becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination after a 15 percent increase in arrivals has been recorded for January to April 2015 when compared with the same period the previous year. During 2014, the number of visitors which came to the Indian Ocean archipelago of 115 islands were almost at […]

South Africa Recognised for Tourism Industry

South Africa Recognised for Tourism Industry

South Africa has been named among the top 50 most tourist-friendly countries in the world, in Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report by the World Economic Forum. The index is a measurement of the factors that make it attractive to develop business in the travel and tourism industry of individual countries, rather than a measure of […]

Living the Lion King (Masai Mara Safari)

Living the Lion King (Masai Mara Safari)

My Masai Mara Safari Experience It’s a whole different thing hearing about how wonderful a place is and being there… and its another thing to experience it, I had quite an experience and this is how my safari rolled out. I woke up at around seven(0600hrs), took a quick shower then had breakfast. At around […]

Zambia Africa’s great unsung safari destination

Zambia Africa’s great unsung safari destination

With top-tier guides, plentiful wildlife, and a circuit of simple yet stylish bush camps and river lodges, Zambia is an under-the-radar safari destination for purists. Summer afternoons on the Zambezi can reach 105 degrees, but with the sun at our backs and a breeze off the water, it felt oddly cool in our two-man canoe. […]

Four Best Shopping Malls In South Africa

Four Best Shopping Malls In South Africa

South Africa is undoubtedly a nation of shopping lovers; whether its large flea markets, local boutiques or big department stores, many of us can be found indulging in some retail therapy over the weekends or in the evenings. The best shopping fix for most of us, however, can usually be found in one of South […]

Chizarira Zimbabwe’s most remote game reserve

Chizarira Zimbabwe’s most remote game reserve

Covering about 2,000km² of wild bush, Chizarira National Park is arguably Zimbabwe’s most remote game reserve. Its name comes from the Batonka word Chijalila, which means barrier – and this reflects the remoteness of the area, and the difficulty that the local people had in traversing it. Chizarira’s mountains and hills form part of the […]

Kaya Mawa on the shores of Lake Malawi

Kaya Mawa on the shores of Lake Malawi

Beside the implausibly clear waters of Lake Malawi, Kaya Mawa’s rooms are widely spread around a golden beach and the two headlands that bound it. It has been designed imaginatively, with many rooms fitted carefully into the rocky headlands and having direct access to the lake. Until recently Kaya Mawa wasn’t fulfilling its potential. Its […]

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