Category: Destinations

The Wild Coast

About Wild Coast The Wild Coast Area is miles of untouched and pristine coastline situated deep in the heart of the Transkei region in the Eastern Cape. A visit here is like stepping back in time. The region is well known for its warm hospitality and rugged beauty, and no visit is complete without seeing the natural rock phenomenon  - Hole in wall. The region has the best rock and…

The Vaal River

About the Vaal River The Vaal river is a Mecca for artists, fly fishermen and adventure enthusiasts alike. It is a river steeped in bloody history that belies its meandering tranquility. The Vaal stretches from the Breyten in Mpumalanga, to its final destination as the as the largest tributary of the mighty Orange river, in the Northern Cape. It is surrounded by farming communities and tranquil game farms and much…

The Underberg

About the Underberg The twin towns of Underberg and Himeville lie on the Southern most tip of the Drakensberg mountain range on the border with Lesotho. It is a place of crystal clear mountain streams, rolling grasslands and fern forests set against the backdrop of rugged peaks and surrounded by beautiful farmland that bursts with colour. It is an area well know for fly-fishing, hiking, mountain biking and the Splashy…

The Sunshine Coast

About Sunshine Coast The Sunshine Coast of South Africa is situated in the Eastern Cape, the adventure province, covering over 300km's of pristine golden coastline interspersed with beautiful seaside towns and nature reserves. The Sunshine Coast is well known for its deep reaching history dating back to when the first British settlers came here in 1820 as a buffer between the Cape Colony and the Xhosa people mandated by Lord Charles Somerset.…

The Richtersveld National park

About the Richtersveld National Park The Richtersveld is the meeting place of two countries, Southern Africa’s largest river and the mighty Fish river canyon. A place of endless horizons and spectacular plant and animal life, ever adapting and changing to the different seasons. It is the last refuge of the Nama Nama people and has been recognised as a World heritage site to protect its ecological and cultural diversity. In…

The Panorama Route

About the Panorama  The Panorama route is a stunning region of winding mountain passes, deep woodland ravines and sub-tropical bushveld game reserves running parallel to the Kruger park, from Nelspruit and White river to the Blyde river canyon further North, encompassing the smaller towns of Sabie, Graskop, Hazyview and the old mining town of Pilgrims rest. It is home to some of the most spectacular natural geological formations found anywhere…

The Orange River

The mighty Orange river, goes by many names and has a long meandering history in South Africa’s complicated rise to independence. The Orange River has its source in the Drakanesberg mountains in Lesotho known there as the Senqu. From there it travels over 2,200 km’s through the Kalahari and Namibi deserts, to its final destination in Alexander bay, forming the border with Namibia. It is in the Richtersveld that the…

Marakele National Park

About Marakele Marakele - its Tswana name means "Place of Sanctuary" and that's exactly what it is for the both the amazing wildlife being conserved and the visitors who come there year after year. Set in the heart of the Waterberg mountains in the Limpopo province, near Thabazimbi, Marakele's nature reserve is an absolute delight, set in a pictuesque mountainous paradise, no other park is quiet like it. Expect warm welcomes, mixed…

Mapungubwe National Park

About Mapungubwe National Park The Mapungubwe National Park is located right on the border with Botswana and is home to many of the mammal species found in Southern Africa and its birth place is steeped in history. The name Mapungubwe is thought to be translated as "Hill of Jackals"   and was home to the Kingdom of Mapungubwe(1075–1220) which over saw +- 5,000 inhabitants and lasted around 80 years, a…

Magoebaskloof

About Magoebaskloof The Mountains and valleys of mists and moss. The Magoebaskloof mountain region is a breath taking combination of winding windswept roads, whispering pine forests and mountains cloaked in silver mystery. The Magoebaskloof region is as well known for its outdoor adventure activities, as it is for its romantic cosy getaways with burning wood fires. The local people are warm, welcoming and happy to point you in the right…