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  • WATCH Ellen and the South African Couple Devoted to Wildlife

    WATCH Ellen and the South African Couple Devoted to Wildlife

    WATCH Ellen and the South African Couple Devoted to Wildlife U.S. talk show host Ellen de Generes has long been known as a supporter of animal causes, and now it’s African animal causes too. Two of her most recent guests were Dereck and Beverly Joubert, the South African conservationists and award-winning photographers. The South African […]

  • Route 62 Meander – A guide to South Africa’s iconic tourist route

    Route 62 Meander – A guide to South Africa’s iconic tourist route

    There is much to see and savour in Cape Town and her Winelands, but don’t disappear once your appetite for the cosmopolitan and culinary mix is sated. Rather head beyond the city into the interior on Route 62, a road that guarantees a look at authentic farm living in smaller towns and settlements, all heavy […]

  • Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre

    Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre

    The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre is among South Africa’s best-respected animal sanctuaries. During your visit you will see creatures that are so rare that your chances of seeing them in the wild are vanishingly slim. Cheetahs are the reason the centre started, but you’ll love all the other animals too.The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre started, […]

  • Namibia Endless Horizons

    Namibia Endless Horizons

    Namibia Endless Horizons Space sets Namibia apart. It’s a country of epic landscapes and cinematic beauty spread across an area nearly twice the size of California but with only two million people. A population density of a mere seven people per square mile may contribute to the relaxed spirit. Visiting Namibia is a world full […]

  • Changa Safari Camp, Matusadona National Park, Zimbabwe

    Changa Safari Camp, Matusadona National Park, Zimbabwe

    Changa Safari Camp, Matusadona National Park, Zimbabwe The real reason to visit a safari camp is to go and explore the bush and see wildlife, right? But how about if we told you that there’s a place where you can do this in a special, secluded location, where exclusive game drives are the norm and […]

  • Eye See Africa – Namibia – Talago Family

    Eye See Africa – Namibia – Talago Family

    Eye See Africa Adventures – Talago Family – Namibia October 2015 See a short video of the Talago Family’s adventures on their recent trip to Namibia Other Blogs WATCH Ellen and the South African Couple Devoted to WildlifeFebruary 3, 2016WATCH Ellen and the South African Couple Devoted to Wildlife U.S. talk show host Ellen …Route […]

  • The Hide, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

    The Hide, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

    The Hide, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe The Hide is situated on a spectacular concession at the edge of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, overlooking a waterhole and attracts such a variety of life that you may not need to roam far from your verandah to be a part of the action. Hwange was once the […]

  • 36 Hours in Cape Town

    36 Hours in Cape Town

    36 Hours in Cape TownCape Town is a singularly inviting place, wowing visitors with its art, architecture, wine and culinary offerings, not to mention its spectacular setting amid mountains and sea. An article featured in The New York Times called, “36 Hours in Cape Town”, was recently published, highlighting all that is beautiful and good […]

  • Night markets in Cape Town & Western Cape

    Night markets in Cape Town & Western Cape

    With plenty to do in Cape Town, here is something different to add to the list. There are various markets that take place in the late afternoon into evening. Although the days of the week vary, it is usually, Wednesday, Thursdays or Fridays. So forget about cooking and join in the local tastes and flavors […]

  • I am Cape Town

    I am Cape Town

    I am Cape Town A beautiful production by Brendon Wainwright who have been exploring Table Mountain National Park for the last year and a half in pursuit of capturing its weather like never seen before in a Time-Lapse – 6240 still images put together. Other Blogs WATCH Ellen and the South African Couple Devoted to […]

  • The Talago family’s Namibian adventure

    The Talago family’s Namibian adventure

    ‘When people come to Namibia, they cry twice. Once when they arrive and once when they leave.’ These were the words from our guide and holiday organiser Tertius Jordaan of Eye See Africa, on the day he picked us up for a 400km drive from Swakopmund to Sossusvlei. My husband, children and I had been […]

  • Life in Cape Town

    Life in Cape Town

    Life in Cape Town Cape Town has a bit of everything on it’s doorstep, from the mountains to the sea and everything in between. See this beautiful video made by MrBrynnorth showcasing some of the amazing adventures in and around the city. Other Blogs WATCH Ellen and the South African Couple Devoted to WildlifeFebruary 3, […]

  • Flamingo season in Sua Pan, Nata Bird Sanctuary

    Flamingo season in Sua Pan, Nata Bird Sanctuary

    An unpredictable phenomena, breeding flamingos in their hundreds and thousands yearly turn Sua Pan a deep pink. Sua Pan, located in the Nata Bird Sanctuary, is one of only three remaining prime breeding sites for flamingos in Africa where Lesser Flamingos breed on a regular basis. The other two are Lake Natron and Etosha Pan. […]

  • Saving a desert elephant

    Saving a desert elephant

    By way of background, the desert elephants of Namibia’s Kunene Region are a distinctive population that have adapted to life in an extremely arid environment. They are one of only two populations of “desert” elephants in the world (the other is in Mali, North Africa) and have a number of notable physical and behavioral differences. […]

  • World Rhino Day

    World Rhino Day

    IT was in the company of the late Paul van Schalkwyk, the Namibian filmmaker and businessman, that I first tracked a rhino. It was on a game farm close to Otjiwarongo, about two decades ago. I stood in awe when I first saw this beast from a 10-metre distance. I realised that I stood in […]