• The Desert Issue

    The Desert Issue

    5 reasons not to miss Southern Africa’s desert regions While tropical beaches, grassy plains and cool lush forests all have their appeal, deserts hold a special allure. Vast blue skies stretch in all directions, uninterrupted by highrises or smog or canopies of vegetation that block the sun. These regions also harbour unique plants, animals and

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  • The Cape Peninsula Issue

    The Cape Peninsula Issue

    The best things to do on a Cape Town Peninsula Tour There is so much to do in Cape Town that  a comprehensive list of all that Cape Town offers could fill a book. We recommend spending at least three- to five-nights in and around the city to allow you to enjoy the highlights of

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  • The Adventure Issue

    The Adventure Issue

    Adventure in Africa: Gorilla trekking and snorkelling the Sardine Run Incredible wildlife encounters are not limited to traditional safaris. Here are two bucket-list African experiences for the more adventurous soul. Experience the underwater spectacle of the Sardine RunEach year, around June and July, an upswelling of cold water creates a corridor and drives masses of

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  • The Leopard Issue

    The Leopard Issue

    A success story for rhino and Leopard Leopard launched with one employee and tailor-made holidays to one country, South Africa, in 2019. Today the team has expanded to six and we offer travel to fifteen countries in Africa. This is something to celebrate! Especially given the pause Covid gave to travel for two years.  In April, the Leopard team travelled

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  • The Anti Poaching Issue

    The Anti Poaching Issue

    How Texan-bred dogs in Africa are saving rhinos If you’ve ever wondered how South Africa’s precious wildlife is kept safe from poachers it may put a smile on your face to know that besides brave, well-trained rangers, man’s best friend is doing an excellent job too. We chatted with Johan van Straaten, Dog Master and

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