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Stay 4 / Pay 3 at Pestana Inhaca, Mozambique

Tracey Campbell - June 1, 2010

Stay for 4 nights and only pay for 3 at Pestana Inhaca Lodge, just 40 km off the coast of Mozambique. The lodge is situated on Inhaca Island, a small inhabited island lying just 40 km off the Mozambican capital of Maputo and positioned at the entrance to Delagoa Bay, and easily accessible by boat, […] Read More


Cape Town and Stellenbosch 5 Night Package

Tracey Campbell - May 10, 2010

Stay for 3 nights at the Vineyard Hotel & Spa in Cape Town, followed immediately before or after by 2 nights at d’Ouwe Werf Hotel in Stellenbosch, and one night in each hotel will be complimentary. With over 200 years of history within its walls, the 4* deluxe Vineyard Hotel & Spa is situated in […] Read More


Free Transfers

Tracey Campbell - May 9, 2010

Yes, I know it is a phenomenon in this day and age to get something for nothing … but it’s true ! From now until the 15th December, any guest staying at one of the private lodges on the 18,000 hectare Imbali Private Concession in the Kruger National Park – so the luxurious tented 5* […] Read More


Cute Cubs and Sunsets

Tracey Campbell - May 8, 2010

One of the main advantages of going on safari in the Kruger area just after the January / February rains is that many animals will give birth during this period. Lucky safari goers recently to the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, who have been staying at Savanna Game Lodge, will have enjoyed, I am sure, seeing […] Read More


Spa Baths at Sabi Sabi Little Bush

Tracey Campbell - April 29, 2010

Located in the game-rich Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp is a wonderful place to spend a few days on safari. Not only can you experience superb game viewing in open Land Rovers, accompanied by an experienced ranger and eagle-eyed tracker, inbetween the game drives you can now enjoy relaxing in […] Read More


Pilot Scheme for New Single Entry Visa

Tracey Campbell - April 28, 2010

A new single entry visa is being piloted, in preparation for visitors coming over to South Africa for the World Cup. This will mean that people wanting to travel to not just South Africa, but the neighbouring countries too (Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana and Swaziland) will only need one visa to cover all countries. Mozambique […] Read More


Shumbalala – Stay 4 / Pay 3

Tracey Campbell - April 27, 2010

And yet another fantastic Special Offer for safari-goers ! Stay 4 nights at Shumbalala Game Lodge, in the Big 5 Thornybush Game Reserve, and only pay for 3 ! Thornybush is an 11,500 hectare fenced reserve just west of Timbavati and the Greater Kruger Park. Whilst the reserve is fenced off from the neighbouring reserves […] Read More


Kids have Fun on Table Mountain

Tracey Campbell - April 24, 2010

For families going to Cape Town between 1st May and the end of October, they can enjoy a special Family Rate if they want to go up Table Mountain. The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway are offering a Family Winter Special ticket price for only R160 per adult return, which includes 2 children under 18 years […] Read More


Big Wheel in Cape Town

Tracey Campbell - April 23, 2010

When people think of the famous London skyline now, they invariably picture the London Eye too. Since it opened in 1999, the London Eye has become one of THE most visited tourist attractions in our capital. Many other cities across the world now have their own version of the wheel, and Cape Town are about […] Read More


Hippos and Crocs

Tracey Campbell - April 22, 2010

Question : Where can I go in South Africa to see incredible sightings of hippo and crocodile ? Answer : Makakatana Bay Lodge, in the Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park (also now known as the iSimangaliso Wetland Park). Recent guests to this lodge have enjoyed not only sightings of hippo and crocodile on the exclusive […] Read More