your adventure

Call Us: 01932 428380

Travel Butlers

Travel Butlers

News and Updates

Browsing Category: Travel Butlers

Sibuya Refurbishments Completed

Tracey Campbell - March 2, 2010

Sibuya Tented Camp, situated in the malaria-free Eastern Cape, is a 3,000 hectare ‘sanctuary’ to an abundance of diverse wildlife from elephants to otters, and almost everything in between, including the other 4 members of the Big 5 – so lion, leopard, buffalo and rhino. River Camp is ideal for families, as the children can […] Read More

Kulula Airlines – Good Service AND Humour !!

Tracey Campbell -

Having just returned from a trip to South Africa, I had to fly from Cape Town to Johannesburg, and I chose to fly with Kulula (www.kulula.com). If you do not know about regional flights like Kulula, I would suggest you click here to read more about it. Although Travel Butlers do not at the moment book any […] Read More

A Safari with a Difference !

Tracey Campbell - February 16, 2010

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to get REALLY close up and personal with the wildlife of the African bush ? Did you avidly follow the adventures of Emma in Vet Safari on the BBC, and wish you could trade places with her for a day? Well, now you can ! Travel […] Read More

Stay 3 Nights for the Price of 2 at Gondwana Game Reserve

Tracey Campbell - January 22, 2010

Stay for 3 nights for the price of 2 at Fynbos Camp, situated in the 10,000 hectare Gondwana Game Reserve – one of the first and only authentic Big 5 private game reserves in the Western Cape, located 15 km west of Mossel Bay. The setting is remote yet easily accessible to the Garden Route, […] Read More

Tanda Tula – Stay 2 Nights, Only Pay for 1 in February

Tracey Campbell - January 21, 2010

Stay for 2 nights for the price of 1 at Tanda Tula Safari Camp duriing the month of February 2010. Tanda Tula is situated in the 60,000 hectare Timbavati Game Reserve, which is adjacent to the Kruger National Park. Guests can enjoy a true bush experience, and with no fences in-between the Park and the […] Read More

Stay for 3, Pay for 2 in March and April !

Tracey Campbell - January 20, 2010

Stay for 3 nights for the price of 2 at The Bishops’ Court or The Constantia in Cape Town, The Franschhoek in the Winelands, or The Long Beach in Kommetjie. The offer is valid for any bookings during March and April (excluding Easter). Full gourmet breakfast, all beverages including premium spirits and bespoke wines, in-room […] Read More

Getting to your Safari in True Style !

Tracey Campbell - October 23, 2009

For a limited time only, guests can enjoy travelling to their safari in true style! We are delighted to offer for guests travelling ONLY between the 10th and 14th December the opportunity to travel from Pretoria to Hoedspruit on the luxurious Blue Train, then to transfer to a 5* safari lodge for a 2 night […] Read More

Kichaka plays host to Vanessa Haywood

Tracey Campbell - October 14, 2009

The Kichaka Luxury Game Lodge, in the malaria-free Eastern Cape, recently played host to one of South Africa’s newest stars, the actress Vanessa Haywood, who enjoyed a weekend here with her family and team from the SA TV show, Top Billing. Vanessa stars in District 9, which has just been released worldwide, and has topped […] Read More

Sibuya Tented Camp

Tracey Campbell - October 10, 2009

Travel Butlers are pleased to now be working with Sibuya Tented Camp, in the malaria-free Eastern Cape. The 3,000 hectare malaria-free reserve is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including the Big 5 of the African bush – elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and buffalo. Over 400 bird species have also been recorded. A wide […] Read More

New Property on Travel Butlers Website

Tracey Campbell - October 9, 2009

Dolphin’s Playground offers you luxury beachfront B&B accommodation, situated just a 50m stroll to the magnificent Robberg Beach in Plettenberg Bay. It is an ideal setting from which to explore the beauty of the Garden Route. All the rooms are spacious and en-suite, and each one opens onto a magnificent sun deck, which looks down […] Read More