Big Game Parks

Click Here To Visit http://www.biggameparks.orgBig Game Parks (BGP) is a private non-profit Trust which manages three game reserves in Swaziland: Hlane Royal National Park, Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary and Mkhaya Game Reserve. All follow a common mission: to conserve the rich biodiversity of Swaziland’s natural heritage. Well position between Kruger National Park, KwaZulu Natal, Mozambique as well as Gauteng and Mpumalanga, Big Game Parks offers true value for money with accommodation options to suit every price point including camping and caravanning, cultural beehive huts, rondavels, self catering family cottages, unique bush cottage and a luxury lodge. Families and friends can experience wildlife and become at one with nature with the wide variety of activities on offer at the parks including sunrise, midday and sunset game drives, game walks, bird walks, self-drive, cultural visits, mountain biking and horse riding. Big Game Parks’ well-positioned and diverse game reserves with their wide activity and accommodation options are an essential destination for all travellers.

Botswana - Tuli Game Reserve

Click Here To Visit http://tuligamereserve.comThis land with its huge vistas, big skies and giant trees, welcomes you to a whole new adventure. Tuli introduces an abundance of elephants, large cats, vast herds of antelope and more than 350 species of birds. Where the present echoes with footsteps of the past, making it difficult to leave, and impelling to return. This is the Tuli Game Reserve!


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Click Here To Visit is a public institution with the statutory responsibility for biodiversity conservation in the Western Cape. It is governed by the Western Cape Nature Conservation Board Act 15 of 1998 and mandated to: promote and ensure nature conservation; render services and provide facilities for research and training; and generate income. CapeNature is driven by the vision to establish a successful ‘Conservation Economy’ - embraced by all citizens of the Western Cape and to transform biodiversity conservation into a key component of local economic development in the province. Our own definition of a conservation economy is an economy in which key principles and practices of biodiversity conservation have been fully integrated into all forms and levels of economic activity. We achieve this objective through various programmes and projects.

Cape West Coast Tourism

Click Here To Visit West Coast Region is located along the South-West Coast of South Africa within the Western Cape Province. It extends from Blaauwberg in the Cape Metropolitan Area in the south, to the provincial border in Namaqualand in the north. The West Coast Region borders on the Winelands District in the south, the Breede River District in the east, and the Northern Cape Province in the north and east. On the west, the region borders on the Atlantic Ocean, with its cold Benguela Current, which plays in important role in the ecology of the region. Aurora, Bitterfontein, Cederberg, Citrusdal, Clanwilliam, Darling, Doringbaai, Dwarskersbos, Ebenaezer, Elandsbaai, Goedverwagt, Graafwater, Hopefield, Jacobsbaai, Klawer, Kliprand, Koekenaap, Koringberg, Laaiplek, Lamberts Bay, Langebaan, Leipoldtville, Lutzville, Malmesbury, Moorreesburg, Nuwerust, Papendorp, Paternoster, Piketberg, Porterville, Redelinghuys, Riebeek-Wes, Riebeek - Kasteel, Rietpoort, Saldanha, St. Helena Bay, Strandfontein, Vanrhynsdorp, Velddrif, Vredenburg, Vredendal, Wittewater, Wupperthal, Yzerfontein

Cape Kingfisher Tours

Click Here To Visit Kingfisher Tours (CKT Tours) offers self-driving camping/over-landing tours to most destinations in South Africa and our neighboring Countries. We specialize in first-time campers and overlanders who wish to gain experience in camping, over-landing, border crossings and convoy travel.

Cape Winelands

Click Here To Visit The Cape Winelands District Municipality is situated in the Western Cape Province and is one of 44 district municipalities in South Africa. The Western Cape Province is located in the south-western tip of the African continent, bordering the Northern Cape in the north, the Eastern Cape in the east, the Atlantic Ocean on the west and the Indian Ocean in the south. The province covers a geograpical area of 129 370 mk2, constituting 10.6% of the total land area of the country. The Cape Winelands district is situated next to the Cape Metropolitan area and encloses 22 309 km². It is a landlocked area in-between the West Coast and Overberg coastal regions. The district includes five local municipalities; namely Drakenstein, Stellenbosch, Witzenberg, Breede Valley and Langeberg (formerly known as Breede River/Winelands). The area is one of the "pearls" of South Africa's rural and small-town sub-regions, but disparate with a relatively high and diverse level of development.


Click Here To Visit, is a leading South African Tourist destination and is marketed globally by Durban Tourism, an official marketing unit that forms part of the EThekwini Municipality. Durban is a modern vibrant cosmopolitan city and its lifestyle, architecture and culture reflect and thrive on its warm sub-tropical climate. Durban Tourism has made considerable progress in repositioning the city as a sophisticated destination with an extensive variety of things to do. In re-aligning itself to be at the cutting edge of worldwide trends in destination marketing, the city is focussing on providing visitors with a unique set of experiences that go beyond the beach and into the realm of Durban’s cultural and scenic diversity. The strategic focus of Durban Tourism is to drive tourism and make it a key contributor to the local economy, thereby promoting economic upliftment for all its communities. Recognising that tourism is an industry that is never static, Durban Tourism is committed to building and defending the Durban brand, thus ensuring that it remains not only the national destination of choice, but also that of the global market. The Visitor Marketing Strategy has been implemented to drive key marketing initiatives and to position Durban as a global tourism destination, which will project significant growth in domestic & international visitor numbers.

Dragon Peaks Mountain Resort

Click Here To Visit http://www.dragonpeaks.comSELF-CATERING - The accommodation at Dragon Peaks Mountain Resort comprises of a selection of 2 to 12 sleeper self-catering units, fully equipped and all with TV. CAMPING AND CARAVAN - The resort provides beautiful shady, grassed and paved caravan and camping sites with electrical points and three ablutions facilities. Sculleries and coin-operated laundries are also provided for the convenience of our guests. RESORT FACILITIES - Furthermore, the resort has a Restaurant and Pub, The Oaks Superette, Conference facilities and a picturesque island wedding venue. ADVENTURE - For those seeking thrills, the resort has the Adventure Centre, Mountain biking tracks, Westline Aviation and Horse trails all operating from the estate.

Eastern Cape Parks & Tourism Agency

Click Here To Visit along the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, the Eastern Cape is located at the southern tip of South Africa and offers visitors an adventure unlike any other Whether on business or on a leisure trip, visitors can transition from the urban hustle and bustle to the rugged, untamed beauty of the region’s magnificent nature and game reserves and unspoilt coastline As the second largest province in South Africa and an eco-tourism destination, the Eastern Cape’s rich biodiversity offers visitors the opportunity to experience seven of the country’s nine biomes, varying from dry, arid Karoo area to subtropical-type areas along the coast. Adventure enthusiasts have a great variety of outdoor activities to choose from, including the world’s highest commercial bungy jump and the biggest right hand surf break, with excellent accommodation facilities to match The fusion of cultures and rich historical background offers visitors a different experience. Many tour operators offer township tours to provide visitors with insight into the area’s role in South African history, which includes the birthplace of high profile politicians such as Nelson Mandela and Steve Biko This truly is an adventure destination filled with diverse cultural experiences and vast landscapes to explore!

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

Click Here To Visit http://www.kznwildlife.comEzemvelo KZN Wildlife - is entrusted with the long-term conservation of the regions rich biodiversity for the people of South Africa. In the 100 years of formal conservation in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, the various departments and statutory organisations that evolved into today`s KZN Wildlife have received many formal awards and words of praise for the quality of their service to conservation and for the high standard of management of the province's natural resources. EWorld Class Resorts and Accommodation - Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Resorts invites you to enjoy the ultimate wildlife experience at our world class resorts. From the heights of the uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site, through the tropical savannahs of Zululand where the Big 5 inhabit Hluhluwe Imfolozi Park, and on to the brilliant coral reefs of the Indian Ocean that fringe the lakes and wetlands of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site.

Eastern Cape Midlands

Click Here To Visit visit to the Eastern Cape would not be complete without spending some time in the heart of the province, the Eastern Cape Midlands. The cultural heartbeat of the province lies here, in this most pristine of country areas, where time seems to stand still and locals welcome you like old friends. Arguably the area’s most alluring feature is the dramatic diversity of landscape that covers the second-largest region of the province, with the Karoo-like arid regions of the west giving way to the high, mountainous regions of the central areas, which in turn transform into the wild and open areas of the east. This sense of wide open space and fresh country air is a lasting theme throughout the region, which boasts numerous high-quality game reserves and hunting or safari opportunities. In fact, you would be hard pressed to find a region more perfectly suited to outdoor pursuits than the Eastern Cape Midlands. Adventure activities abound, ranging from those requiring nerves of steel, such as white-water rafting, to the more serene pastimes like leisurely strolls in the great outdoors and the more skilled, such as fly-fishing in some of the country’s finest trout dams and rivers. Rock paintings from the country’s earliest inhabitants, the San people, provide a unique eye into the world of many generations ago. Most of the paintings are mapped out, but there are still many that lie undiscovered in the more remote areas of the region. Perhaps the most underestimated attraction in the Eastern Cape Midlands is the abundance of cultural and heritage sites that exist in the area. This is an area that played a significant role in the liberation of South Africa and the routes not only provide valuable insight into the struggle heroes and places but into the heart and soul of a people who fought tirelessly to free themselves from an unjust system of government. It is here where the great struggle icons Chris Hani, after whom the municipal district in named, Walter Sisulu, Dr AB Xuma and James Calata were born and In almost every town and remote rural area you can find traces of the local heroes and heroines who made the ultimate sacrifice in the fight for freedom The Chris Hani District Municipality has developed four intriguing tourism routes that traverse the Midlands and highlight the numerous important tourist attractions, including those of cultural and historical interest. Although the routes may overlap at certain points, the four paths offer a comprehensive guide to the life and times of the Eastern Cape Midlands. Best travelled at one’s own pace, the routes aim to preserve both the present and the history of this remarkable area.



Eastern Cape Highlands

Click Here To Visit exceptional views of the peaks of the southern Drakensberg, the northern part of the Eastern Cape affords a profusion of exciting locales and ventures. Scenic drives through quaint towns rich in history and along remarkable mountain passes entice and enthral. Hot springs, traditional African villages, snow skiing options and well-known game reserves ensure you will never be at a loss for something to do. Waters rich in trout allow for rewarding fishing, while climbing adventures and altitude training tantalise the more daring.


Click Here To Visit Formerly one of South Africa’s hidden gems, the Elundini area is fast being discovered by local and international tourists in search of peaceful stays, wide open spaces and fresh air. While the natural attractions dominate the tourism menu here, man’s insatiable desire for adventure in the great outdoors is well covered, with any number of out-door and adventure activities to choose from. Those in search of sights with more ultural and historical significance will also not be disappointed as this area has many important heritage sites worth seeing. The towns of Ugie, Maclear and Mount Fletcher serve as the primary development nodes in an area that is so outrageously beautiful that there are times that it hardly seems real. Elundini Local Municipality is located at the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains in the east of the Joe Gqabi District, known as the Eastern Cape Highlands region, Elundini Municipality falls between the Maluti Mountains and the Southern Drakensberg. Ugie, Maclear and Mount Fletcher are the three main towns in this largely agricultural area, surrounded by impressive natural scenery. Popular with eco-tourists for its rich fossils, dinosaur footprints, rock art and outdoor adventure activities, Elundini’s attraction is undeniable.

Forever Resorts, Lodges, Hotels & Retreats

Click Here To Visit Resorts Lodges Hotels and Retreats is one of the top tourism and hotel groups in South Africa. With more than 20 leisure and coporate destinations to choose from, Forever Resorts Lodges Hotels and Retreats offers something for everyone - luxury lodges, adventure holidays, self catering holidays, caravanning & camping, conferences, weddings, coporate functions, health hydros, beauty spas and much more.

Fezi Dabi

Click Here To Visit LED & Tourism Directorate’s core function is to create an enabling environment for local economic development by focusing on: Promoting and enhancing the SMME sector Developing and supporting business co-operatives Agricultural development (developing emerging farmers into mainstream farming and development of agro-processing projects) Promoting tourism in Fezile Dabi District The Directorate has the following units:

Golden Leopard Resorts

Click Here To Visit offering more than just plain accommodation in a malaria-free zone, Golden Leopard Resorts in Pilanesberg gives guests the opportunity for a one-of-a-kind vacation set in one of the biggest game reserves of South Africa. Established in 1992, the resort chain's two main properties — the 3-star Manyane and Bakgatla Resorts — not only make different kinds of lodging available to suit the needs and budgets of different travellers. Each property also features a selection of facilities and services to ensure that outdoor enthusiasts enjoy their holiday, whether they're venturing out in the wild or relaxing afterwards

Gauteng | Dinokeng

Click Here To Visit https://www.gauteng.netThe mission of the Gauteng Tourism Authority is to develop, promote, coordinate and facilitate responsible and sustainable tourism in the Gauteng global city region, and to create a world-class destination that attracts business visitors and all other tourists to the province, benefits our people, and contributes to job creation and economic growth. The entity's strategic goals are to create and promote a world-class tourist destination; contribute towards tourism sector industry development; facilitate industry coordination and cooperative governance; foster a responsible and sustainable tourism industry; and implement progressive corporate governance practices.

Kruger Lowveld

Click Here To Visit the Great Escarpment’s scented forests and tumbling waterfalls, to the majestic Blyde River Canyon with its endless vistas over the Lowveld; from the southern reaches of the Kruger National Park, where it abuts the rolling canefields of the Onderberg, to Barberton, in the lea of some of the world’s oldest mountains and the memories of the thrilling Gold Rush that once took place here. The Crocodile River is one the Kruger Lowveld region's foremost attractions Kruger Lowveld is a region of superlatives and we are lucky enough to call it our home. Let us share our secrets with you. Let us show you our magnificent landscapes and our huge array of exciting creatures and plants. Let us lead you, walking with the elephant and soaring like the eagle. Let us drive the high passes together and step through the cycads and tree ferns in bird-filled rainforests buzzing with colourful insects and flowers. Let us climb onto the mountaintops and marvel at the view. Let us show you our world, our Kruger Lowveld world. We will be your guides and yours hosts. We will feed you, entertain you, educate you spoil you. Bring your family. Bring your friends. We’ll do the rest. Come!

Kob Inn Beach Resort

Click Here To Visit setting is right on the sea front with the furthest accomodation a maximum distance of 100m from the sea. Rooms are spacious, comfortable with either double or family sized layouts, each with its own en-suite bathroom. The hotel is flanked by sheltered beaches, ideal for bronzing that city body. Take a picnic hamper and chilled wine and seek out your own private corner of paradise for the perfect escape. Those who wish to pick up the pace can spend their days fishing - excellent for rock, surf and river fishing, boating, canoeing, hiking trails and mountain or quad biking. Good food is synonymous with Kob Inn, with fresh fish and seafood being a regular feature on the table menu. Saturday nights are renowned for seafood banquets with a mini seafood dinner on Wednesday nights. The bar is situated on the edge of the rocks and offers panoramic views of the sea. We also cater for small weddings, anniversaries, that special birthday, event celebrations and conferences.

KwaZulu-Natal | Tourism KZN

Click Here To Visit out of this world. A multi-cultural showpiece global destination. The Zulu Kingdom, or the Province of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) has a devout following throughout continental Africa. And it is right up there on "must-see, must- do" lists of discerning travelers around the world.These are all just some of the reasons why KZN remains a firm leader in the South African tourism space. The truth is; there IS just no comparison. Nowhere else in the world will you find such a unique fusion of raw natural beauty, modern sophistication, cultural diversity and pulsating energy – all in the most breathtaking natural setting. KwaZulu-Natal is a traveller's dream and with the seemingly perpetual summer of our subtropical climate, it is not suprising that we are famous for our outdoor activities, beaches, natural environment, sporting events and the variety of adventure activities.

Latest Sightings

Click Here To Visit https://www.latestsightings.comLatest Sightings was established in 2012 by schoolboy Nadav Ossendryver. As an obsessive Kruger Park visitor Nadav’s favourite pastime was asking his parents to flag down passing motorists and asking them what they had seen. Eventually they tired of this hobby and began to say no. Nadav looked to technology to solve his problem. He established Latest Sightings and from there it quite literally exploded! The community is extremely loyal and without question “obsessed” about wildlife and the amazing Kruger Park! Many followers chat with friends daily on the WhatsApp groups, whether they’re in the Park or in the office. They share incredible video content through the Latest Sightings YouTube channel and it has quickly become one of the top ten most viewed channels in South Africa. When Nadav is in the Kruger Park, a new holiday favourite is getting the community together on the deck after a day’s viewing, to meet, chat and share tales. A great way to end off. Latest Sightings is a great way to meet like minded people and to explore your passion for wildlife. Like our Facebook page or download the app to become part of the fastest growing wildlife group in SA.

Limpopo Tourism Agency

Click Here To Visit http://www.golimpopo.comLimpopo is an ancient land of myth and legend that is broad, boundless and exquisite. She beckons with a mystic allure that travellers far and wide find impossible to resist. This is the land of the Golden Rhino, the Rain Queen Modjadjie, The Kruger National Park, the proud and Majestic Boaboab Tree. Whatever your pleasure, whatever your game, come and experience the warm hospitality of our people, our mouth-watering cuisine, the diversity of wildlife, the vast landscape, history and a melting pot of cultures that is admirable.

Mossel Bay Tourism

Click Here To Visit Bay is located exactly half-way between Cape Town – the provincial capital of the Western Cape Province – and Port Elizabeth (both 400 km away), so it’s your ideal holiday destination, and the logical place to stop and relax on any local itinerary. The broader area where we are located is known as the Garden Route. The Garden Route is known for its diversity in nature and mild climate. The coastal area is mainly Fynbos ( Riversdal – Mossel Bay ), as well as foresty areas ( George – Tsitsikamma ) and in the northern section ( Oudtshoorn ) you will find a semi-desert climate and scenery.

Mvuaradona Safari Lodge

Click Here To Visit Mvuradona you are guaranteed to experience the peace and tranquillity of the bushveld. 
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Mpumalanga Travel

Click Here To Visit'THE PLACE WHERE THE SUN RISES!' Formally known as Eastern Transvaal, Mpumalanga is considered to be one of the most geographically diverse and unbelievably beautiful places in South Africa. Mpumalanga lies in the east of South Africa, north of KwaZulu-Natal and bordering Swaziland and Mozambique. In the northeast, the land rises towards mountain peaks and then terminates in an immense escarpment. In some places, this escarpment plunges hundreds of metres down to the low-lying area known as the Lowveld. People are drawn to Mpumalanga by the magnificent scenery, by the fauna and flora and by the saga of the 1870s gold rush era and a wealth of fascinating tribal legends. Mountains, panoramic passes, valleys, rivers, waterfalls and forests characterise the landscape. This is also Big Game Country, the setting for dozens of sanctuaries teeming with wildlife and birds. Visit the world’s most famous game reserve, climb the world's third-highest canyon, explore the world's oldest cave and spend the night in the world's best private game lodges. The entire Mpumalanga area offers exceptional opportunities for bird-watching, hiking, horse-riding and fishing. Streams once panned for gold have become the haunts of eager anglers and lazy trout. Steeped in the history of pioneers, hunters and fortune seekers, fascinating gold rush towns abound. Mpumalanga offers something for everyone.

North Coast

Click Here To Visit one heads north up the coast out of Durban towards Richards Bay, the big N2 freeway bypasses some of the prettiest beaches in KwaZulu-Natal. So, it is worth taking the smaller coastal roads, such as the M4, past Sibaya Casino, Umdloti, King Shaka International Airport and the beautiful upmarket Zimbali estate and golf course. This is where you will find the small holiday towns of Ballito, Salt Rock, Umhlali, Tinley Manor, and Zinkwazi, before making your way back onto the freeway and across the enormous John Ross Bridge to the Tugela Mouth where KZN’s biggest river, the mighty Tugela, gushes out into the Indian Ocean. Two great South African leaders had their homes in this region and today lie buried here. King Shaka Zulu is buried near the town of Stanger, also known as KwaDukuza, and Chief Albert Luthuli is buried nearby. Albert Luthuli was the first, and one of three South Africans to be awarded a Nobel Peace Prize, the other two being Mr Nelson Mandela, and Mr FW de Klerk who were jointly awarded the prize. The Luthuli Museum near Groutville provides interesting information about the life of the great South African leader, Albert Luthuli. A large Indian community is settled on KZN’s North Coast, enlivening the area with beautiful temples, lush market gardens and farms, numerous fresh produce markets and delicious, spicy Indian cuisine. The North Coast has always been popular with anglers because the fishing is so good. This may be due to the many sheltered lagoons which open into the Indian Ocean and which serve as nurseries for small fish and other sea creatures. The area is also known for its good surf and the internationally recognized Ballito Pro Surfing Competition, which draws competitors from all over the world, is held in Ballito annually. A little inland from the Zulu hilltop homestead-themed Sibaya Casino is the small village of Mount Moreland. Here, a viewing site has been established for the public to come and observe an estimated 3 million barn swallows (some 13% of the world’s population) which make their way to this wetland to roost between November and April annually. Outside the domestic holiday season and long-weekends, many of these places are quiet and peaceful. However, during the seasonal influx of vacationers, the many holiday homes, excellent restaurants and nightclubs fill up, as do the family experiences such as beach days, kiddies’ animal farms and the crocodile farm. Many visitors enjoy taking a break on mountain bike trails through the sugar cane fields and forests, or with a few rounds of golf at one of the many excellent North Coast golf courses.

Namibia Wildlife Resorts

Click Here To Visit, a country located in sub-Saharan Africa in the south western corner of the continent is a land of gripping beauty, wide open spaces and abundant sunshine. It is a country, arid for most parts but blessed with contrasting and unspoilt landscapes ranging from lush vegetation and riverine woodlands in the north eastern areas to mountains, gorges and spectacular desert settings in the southerly west. With 22 National Parks, covering an area of more than 18% of the terrestrial area, Namibia has established an impressive System of National Parks, managed by the State, which constitutes a cornerstone of its hugely successful conservation programme. While having recovered Elephant and Lion populations to complete the Big Five in Namibia, the country also boasts some exemplary conservation successes with the successful reintroduction of the Black Rhino in the Kunene communal areas and Etosha National Park and the reintroduction of Black Faced Impala. Namibia also boasts the highest population of free-ranging Cheetah in the whole world.

Oudtshoorn and De Rust

Click Here To Visit http://oudtshoorn.comThe towns of Oudtshoorn and De Rust are in the Klein Karoo between the Swartberg and Outeniqua mountains. Oudtshoorn is the ostrich capital of the world. The world's biggest bird is just one of the many attractions in this area of exceptional contrasts and natural beauty. The region is home to the spectacular Cango Caves, Africa's largest show cave system; an ecological hotspot where three distinct plant biomes (succulent karoo, cape thicket and fynbos) converge; and the Swartberg mountain range, which is part of the Cape Floral World Heritage Site.


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Olifants River Lodge

Click Here To Visit to the beautiful Great Olifants River Gorge We are situated between Witbank (Emalahleni) and Middelburg ( Van Dykes Drif off ramp from N4) just off the R555 a prepared gravel road is the path that Oom Barries took back in 1985 to Presidentsrus. He came over the hill and fell in love with the mystical view from afar. With humble beginnings as an Inn, caravan and camping site Olifants river was born. We are 200 km shot from all major metropolitan areas (Pretoria ,Johannesburg, Nelspruit almost Polokwane). We are an exceptional venue specializing in all aspects of hospitality, named God's Valley with its indigenous fauna and flora hugs our Diverse accommodation from rough camping to luxury villas set on stunning manicured gardens. Ideal setting for your next conference or family getaway. Contact our marketing Department to pepper you with our many options for leisure and conferencing packages. Day Visitors and Sunday Lunches is by booking only.

Peter's Guide Books

Click Here To Visit Derichs was born in Germany in 1947. At age 8 his family emigrated to South Africa. At an early age he developed an interest in animals and the outdoors. After matriculating in Cape Town he eventually ended up in South West Africa (Namibia) working for the Hydrology section of the Department of Water Affairs. For 6 years he spent 3 weeks per month travelling the length and breadth of that beautiful country. His travels took him to the Skeleton Coast, Bushmanland, Kaokoland, Ovambo, Caprivi, the Diamond Sperrgebiet and Southern Angola. During this time he developed a passion for photography and some of his photos are still available as postcards in Windhoek today. After graduating from University of South Africa, he and his wife moved to Richards Bay in Kwa-zulu Natal and eventually to Johannesburg. Like millions of South Africans, he took every opportunity he could get to travel to the various National Parks. On one of his numerous trips to the then Gemsbok National Park (Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park) it struck him that although he had been there on many occasions he did not know what he was looking at. What did the place name mean? What tree is that? How deep is the water? What is the quality of the water? What happened here historically? He realized that if he did not know the answers, there must be many people who did not know them either. The idea of a totally different guidebook was born. It must be simple; it must have all the information on one page; there must be a visual reference for the visitor, in short, a 12 year old must be able to understand it. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park was printed in 2001. By 2016 over 15 000 copies had been sold. The feedback was so positive that he decided to tackle the Kruger National Park. This book was published in 2008 and re-printed in 2016. Since then the Augrabies Falls National Park and the Addo Elephant National Park have also been published. Bowing to popular demand the books were then developed as an app. The Kruger, Kgalagadi and Addo books are available as an iPad app.

Swaziland Tourism - Safaris & Attractions

Click Here To Visit http://www.thekingdomofswaziland.comDespite being the smallest country in the Southern hemisphere, Swaziland more than makes up for its lack of size with a hugely diverse range of attractions and activities. As Africa's last remaining absolute monarchy, culture and heritage are deeply engrained in all aspects of Swazi life, ensuring an unforgettable experience for all who visit. As well as the rich culture, the overwhelming friendliness of the people makes all visitors feel truly welcome and very safe. Add to that a stunning landscapes of mountains and valleys, forests and plains; plus wildlife reserves across the country that are home to The Big Five, and you have all that’s best about Africa in one small but perfectly formed and welcoming country.

Swazi Trails

Click Here To Visit in exclusive, interactive tours to all the Kingdom's major attractions, Swazi Trails employ only the most experienced local guides and offer quality transport in air-conditioned vehicles. Committed above all else to the meaningful preservation of our natural and cultural heritage, we guarantee you a tour which spreads the benefits of your interests to the people who make this country what it is. Half and Full Day tours Half day tours depart 09h00 and 13h00 daily. Collection from all local hotels by prior arrangement. Half-days combine for full day excursions inclusive of lunch. Ask us for our recommendations.

Senqu Tourism

Click Here To Visit Senqu Municipal area is located in the centre of the Joe Gqabi District Municipality and covers an area of 7329km². It borders on the following municipalities: Maletswai to the West, Emalahleni and Sakhisizwe to the South, Elundini to the East and lastly borders onto the Kingdom of Lesotho.Senqu has three towns of Barkly East, Lady Grey and Sterkspruit. Sterkspruit is the major urban node in the area. There are two major rural hamlets of Rhodes and Herschel and 85 remote rural villages situated in the foothills of the Maluti Mountains and Southern Drakensberg range including Rossouw. The municipality is essentially rural in nature with larger commercial farms in the former RSA area and communal farmers in the former Transkei homeland.

KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board

Click Here To Visit KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence (KZNSB) is mandated to be a global leader in bather protection against shark while minimising environmental impact, thus promoting tourism. The KwaZulu-Natal coastline is the only coastline with 37 beaches equipped with bather safety gear owned and maintained by the KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence in South Africa. The KZNSB also conducts research into the biology of sharks and other animals caught in shark safety gear, and offers a public education programme on safety precautions that must be adhered to by bathers. The KZNSB with over 50 years of experience, is the oldest and only organisation in South Africa dedicated to providing bather protection against sharks. As such, it is a specialist in its field. As a result of this specialist knowledge, the KZNSB has an international reputation as the leader in the field of bather protection against sharks. Tourist visits to the Province's beaches form a significant proportion of international and local tourism. Bather protection against sharks ensures the safety of tourists and supports tourism growth. Key supporting activities include educational outreach and marine tourism programmes to create awareness about safe bathing and the marine environment.

The Seychelles Islands

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