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Record Visitor Numbers to Cape Point and Boulders Beach

Tracey Campbell - January 19, 2008

Cape Point and Boulders Beach, part of the Table Mountain National Park, saw a significant increase in tourist numbers during the 2007 festive season, which reflects the incredibly good weather holiday makers to the Western Cape enjoyed over this period.  The Cape Point section of the Park had 111,293 visitors between December 1  2007 and January […] Read More

Travel Butlers Honeymoon Gift Registry

Paul Campbell - January 9, 2008

We are delighted to announce that our new Honeymoon Gift Registry Service is now available online. The service is designed for couples who are looking for an alternative to the traditional wedding gift list of toasters and towels, and combines our experience in planning and booking African honeymoons with an easy to use way for […] Read More

South Africa Basks in Warm Sunshine Over The Holidays

Paul Campbell - December 27, 2007

After a period where the weather over much of South Africa was cool , wet and blustery,  and there was severe flooding in some areas such as the Garden Route, it appears that normal service has been resumed just in time for the Christmas and New Year peak. Cape Town is due to enjoy clear […] Read More

Cape Town is one of the Top 10 Places to Visit

Tracey Campbell - December 18, 2007

BRITISH Airways’ passengers have rated Cape Town as one of the top 10 places to visit this holiday season. Based on bookings received, Cape Town was the 8th most popular long-haul destination to fly to on Christmas Day. Topping the list is New York, followed by Paris in 2nd place. Other cities included in the list are […] Read More

Nationwide Issues Airline Tickets Again

Tracey Campbell - December 12, 2007

It has been announced yesterday that Nationwide Airlines are able to issue airline tickets again. Long-haul flights between Johannesburg and London-Gatwick have now resumed and limited domestic flights have started again from last Sunday.

Rhino Walking Safaris In Kruger

Paul Campbell - December 11, 2007

We have recently updated the information for the Rhino Walking Safaris concession in the southern part of the Kruger Park (access via Paul Kruger Gate). Rhino Post Safari Lodge offers fully inclusive rates including accommodation, meals, teas & coffees and game drives with optional safari walks also offered. Rhino Plains Camp rates are fully inclusive of accommodation, meals, cold […] Read More

Weather Forecasts Now Available from Travel Butlers

Paul Campbell - December 10, 2007

We have updated our weather and climate pages for South Africa and Namibia to include 3 day weather forecasts for key desinations. The forecasts come from the BBC and can be seen by following the links below: South Africa Climate & Weather Forecast Namibia Climate & Weather Forecast Please note that the availability of forecasts […] Read More

Nationwide Resumes International and Domestic Flights

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Nationwide Airlines resumed its long-haul flights between London-Gatwick and Johannesburg on Saturday 8th December and limited domestic flights also resumed yesterday (Sunday 9th December). This follows the SA Civil Aviation Authority reinstating Nationwides Certificate of Airworthiness, which had been suspended since 30th November. Domestic flights will return to normal over the next few days as more aircraft are cleared to […] Read More