4 Reasons Experiences Are Worth Investing In
By now, the elation and anticipation of buying the latest Apple product has lost its lustre, and as the bills pile up, buyer’s remorse settles in.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Spectacular coral islands, crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, a stunning array of marine life and a multitude of water sporting activities are what make the Maldives the perfect holiday destination.
MEERU ISLAND RESORT AND SPA
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ADAARAN SELECT MEEDHUPPARU
PERFECT ISLAND ESCAPE
DE HOOP – NATURE UNCHANGED BY TWO CENTURIES
“Ever wondered what it’s like to kick back in a pristine natural coastal environment so ancient and unchanged that it’s become the benchmark for measuring environmental change in South Africa?”
ADAARAN CLUB RANNALHI
A Practical Guide to Evaluating Captive Wildlife Attractions and Activities
Captive wildlife attractions and interactions remain a complex, contentious and emotionally charged issue.
Valentine's Day ‘Month Of Love' Specials From Around The Country...
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner it’s time to check out the fabulous Valentine’s specials* being offered at top South African hotels around the country – and to check in for that extra-special Valentine’s weekend with your extraspecial someone! *valid for the entire month of February
It's A Dogs Life....
''Beverley Country Cottages, in the beautiful, lush green Dargle Valley is one of Milo’s favourite places along with his owners, The O’Mahony’s!
Why You Need To Plan A Wine Trip To Italy
Italy offers countless options for an unforgettable, luxurious wine holiday
SA's 5 Best Romantic Getaways
When it comes to finding that perfect romantic getaway, South Africa has no shortage of fabulous choices to choose from. In this editon we narrow it down to our Top 5 Best Romantic Getaways
Has The Great White Shark Really Vanished From Cape Town's Waters?
The squat clump of rock barely qualifies as an island. It is even hard to make it out from the shoreline of Cape Town’s False Bay.
7 Things Flight Attendants Look For When You Board A Plane
Long haul flights are inherently high-risk journeys, and not just because you’re travelling in a giant metal flying machine over 30,000 feet in the air.
WORLD FIRST AS CHEETAH BROTHERS ARE RELOCATED FROM UK TO SOUTH AFRICA
Ashia and Mount Camdeboo are partners of the ground-breaking project lead by The Aspinall Foundation to rewild two captive bred cheetah
UNCOVER PURE AFRICAN WARMTH
The Ghost Mountain Inn offers superior amenities and facilities with 74 comfortable guestrooms, open-plan public dining and lounging areas, pools, gardens and a secluded spa. Offered with the same attentive and personalized Zululand hospitality it has offered since 1962.
RE-IMAGINED AND REVITALIZED
PROTEA HOTEL BY MARRIOTT KRUGER GATE
The deep stentorian grunting and snorting of hippos as they connect, contest territory or press alarm in the mighty Zambezi River is a characteristic night sound at Chundu Island
Gooderson puts some zip into the Natal Spa
Nestled between the Cambrian granite boulders of the Bivane River between Vryheid and Paulpietersburg, the Gooderson Natal Spa is legendary for hours spent relaxing in its healing hot mineral waters, bird watching and even catching up with the interesting history of the area.
Zululand Cat Conservation
The Emdoneni Cat Project has operated for almost 25 years, rescuing, rehabilitating, rewilding and releasing wild cats back into nature.
ZEN GUIDING COURSES AND EXPERIENCES
Reconnect with your ecological self and benefit from nature’s own therapy
ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY
SA’S BEST COUNTRY HIDEAWAYS
Conservation Week at Limpopo Field Guiding Academy
Limpopo Field Guiding Academy (LFGA) has long been recognised as a leading training provider for Field Guides in Southern Africa and, indeed, other African regions as well.
BRITISH AIRWAYS HOLIDAYS LAUNCHES PARTNERSHIP WITH CHARITY BORN FREE
British Airways Holidays has officially opened a new rescue enclosure at a big cat sanctuary in South Africa, as part of its joint vision with international animal welfare charity Born Free that all wild animals, whether living in captivity or in the wild, are treated with compassion and respect.
uMfolozi Big Five Reserve
A Unique Mantis Wilderness Safari for the Soul
War and peace, work and play, rain and shine, day and night, the horse has plodded, cantered and galloped its way through most of recorded human history. Until the early part of the 20th century it was present at almost every momentous event that helped shape the world we live in. Bronze statues of noble steeds now stand proudly in public places in most of the world’s major cities, inevitably carrying an important bronze somebody or other on their back.
The Ultimate Guide To Nature Training
Nature Guiding is becoming an increasingly popular career choice. With so many nature training companies to choose from, how do you know which one is going to offer you the best training? It’s easy. Always choose a FGASA registered training provider. In this feature three of the countries best training providers give you insight into what courses they offer and what you can expect when studying towards qualifying for a career in nature guiding.
A Tourists Playground
The Influence And Role Of Photography In Wildlife Conservation
Insight provided by Canon Ambassadors, TV presenters and award-winning wildlife photographers Jonathan and Angela Scott
Travellers Guide To Namibia
'A celebration of vast dramatic landscapes, visitors cannot fail to be astonished by the Namib Desert' The Oryx, also known as the Gemsbok, occurs in the more arid regions throughout the African continent where it feeds on course grasses and thorny shrubs – often during the morning and late afternoon. The Oryx was chosen as Namibia’s national animal due to its courage, elegance and pride – with the national coat of arms bearing this unmistakable dweller of the desert.
The Ultimate Adventure, On South Africa's Network Of Gravel Roads
Within hours of landing at Cape Town International airport, cyclists were astonished when they encountered giraffe, eland and wildebeest while riding their gravel bikes. It was a welcomed sight for the many British, Spanish, Canadian, Italian and Dutch cyclists who were escaping the onslaught of winter in their countries.