Category: South Africa

4 Relocation tips when Moving To South Africa

Relocation tips when Moving To South Africa (Header Image Source: Pexels.com) It's safe to say that South Africa has become one of the most appealing regions in the world for expats. The country is often listed as one of the most beautiful places in the world by leading international publications. Some of the main reasons […]

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How to Prepare For a Couple's Trip to South Africa

How to Prepare For a Couple's Trip to South Africa South Africa is one of the most sought-after destinations to travel to for couples. The country is filled with unique attractions and fascinating culture. There is never a lack of things to do and see, which makes it an ideal place to enjoy time with […]

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11 places to visit with the City Sightseeing Johannesburg Bus

City Sightseeing Johannesburg Bus Review Did you know that Johannesburg was founded in 1886 when gold was discovered on the reef? It was only expected to be a temporary town. Or that it is one of the largest cities in the world not built near a sea or major river? Or that it is an incredibly […]

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Signature High Tea by Just Teddy at The Winston Hotel

Signature High Tea by Just Teddy at The Winston Hotel A drool-worthy collaboration between two bespoke brands, The Winston Hotel and Just Teddy Fine Boulangerie & Pâtisserie, has resulted in a high tea experience with a curated menu that will raise the bar in the high tea sector to new heights. We attended the media […]

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10 things to do in West Coast National Park

Things to do in West Coast National Park Situated in the Western Cape, on a stretch of the South African coastline that is renowned for its rugged beauty, the West Coast National Park is a scenic nature reserve with a diverse range of plant, bird, and animal life. The park was established in 1985 and […]

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The Hyatt Regency Cape Town – A luxe stay in the Bo-kaap

Hyatt Regency Cape Town Review The historic, colourful district of Bo-Kaap has always fascinated me. It’s the one place in Cape Town that I must visit every time I go there. Originally established in 1760 under darker conditions, it is now one of South Africa’s most colourful neighbourhoods as well as one of the most […]

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Madikwe Game Reserve - 11 questions answered

Madikwe Game Reserve - What you need to know 1.What is Madikwe? Madikwe Game Reserve is currently the fifth largest game reserve in South Africa – and one of my personal favourites. Although it is not as well-known among South Africans as the national parks, it is very popular with international tourists, who are lured […]

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Molori Safari – An African dream

Molori Safari Review The word “molori’ means "to dream" in the seTswana language, and Molori Safari truly is a dream in the African wilderness. Situated in the malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve, it was originally built as a private family retreat. After a complete makeover, it was opened to the public in 2007, now boasting a […]

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9 Cape West Coast Towns you should visit

The best Cape West Coast Towns to visit The Cape West Coast is a beautiful stretch of coastline in the Western Cape province extending from Yzerfontein in the South to Strandfontein in the North. There are so many things to do in the Cape West Coast that boredom is not an option. Comprising a chain […]

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Tau Game Lodge – Wildlife at your doorstep

Tau Game Lodge Review Herds of elephants, zebras, wildebeest, and antelopes streamed past constantly to quench their thirst while crocodiles basked in the sun, often snapping at them. Ostrich, warthogs and giraffe came too, often simultaneously, while water birds babbled noisily. It was like watching a wildlife documentary live from the comfort of my bed […]

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Morukuru Beach Lodge – a hidden gem

Morukuru Beach Lodge Review I’d never seen a starfish in its natural environment before. Nor a sea anemone, sea urchin or abalone. Even though I’d been on many land-based wildlife-viewing safaris, this was my first time witnessing the aquarium under the sea and I was mesmerised. As you may have guessed, I am not a […]

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Thanda Safari Lodge - so much to love

Thanda Safari Lodge Review It was a sunny morning in the African bush, and we were tracking a pair of cheetahs – a hungry mother and a daughter on a hunt. The mother seemed totally oblivious of us but the cheeky little one turned around and snarled at us, barely a metre away from our […]

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11 things to see at the Durban Botanic Gardens

The Durban Botanic Gardens Did you know that the Durban Botanic Gardens are the oldest surviving botanical gardens in Africa – as well as the city’s oldest public institution? and that they are home to: the rarest cycad in the world? a tree that changes colour? the "walking tree" from India? and the plant that […]

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8 Unique Things to do in the Northern Cape … and some thoughts about the province

8 Things to do in the Northern Cape … and some thoughts about the province The Northern Cape is South Africa’s largest province making up over 30% of the country’s land. It was also the province we had spent the least time exploring, mainly because it seemed too far from Johannesburg. Besides Kimberley and Colesberg, […]

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Timeless elegance at The Winston Hotel

The Winston Hotel Review Timeless elegance, wistful charm and understated luxury…these are the characteristics that define The Winston Hotel. The five-star boutique hotel is built in the style of Johannesburg's grand historic colonial architecture and is reminiscent of Sir Herbert Baker’s work which can be found in the surrounding neighbourhoods, once home to the city’s […]

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