South Africa, tips for an unforgettable whale watching experience

Humpback whale, Walker Bay

Where to see the whales through South Africa South Africa is not only National Parks where you spot the most wanted “big five” or Nature Reserves where you hike in the middle of the lush nature or along the wild […]

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South Africa, St. Lucia estuary and iSimangaliso Wetland Park guide

The beginning of the St Lucia Estuary, the estuary mouth, is situated within the town of St Lucia at the Southern-most point of Lake St Lucia, within the province of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. This area was proclaimed a World […]

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South Africa, Cape Town tips: walking through the city center

Beyond the shadow of a doubt, a South African holiday is not complete without exploring the attractions of Cape Town, that with its history, breathtaking seascapes, mountains to climb, various fauna and flora to investigate and the amazing wildlife to […]

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South Africa, how to visit Tsitsikamma National Park

Tsitsikamma National Park is a protected area on the Garden Route, in the Western and Eastern Cape province of South Africa. It is a coastal reserve well known for its indigenous forests, dramatic coastline, and the Otter Trail. In 2009 […]

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South Africa, Cape Town: a day trip around the Cape Peninsula

Cape Town, South Africa

During a trip in Cape Town , don’t miss the visit of  Cape Peninsula where you can see the wonders of this amazing area,  from the pristine beaches and wonderful landscapes, to the spectacular sight of Cape Point, where the oceans […]

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South Africa, where to meet African Penguins

The African Penguins  were formerly called the ”jackass Penguin” because of their donkey-like braying call. They breed on 25 islands and 3 mainland sites between Algoa Bay in South Africa and central Namibia and nowhere else in the world.  It […]

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South Africa, Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve

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Blyde River Canyon Reserve is situated close to Kruger National Park and stretches over 29 000 hectares. It’s the third largest canyon in the world after the Grand canyon and the Namibian Fish River canyon, and the second deepest in […]

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South Africa , Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Reserve: the oldest of Africa

Hluhluwe - Imfolozi Game reserve, two big rhinos

Despite the fact Kruger National Park is one of the most known reserve of Africa, it’s also  worth visiting Hluhluwe – Imfolozi Game Reserve, the oldest reserve of Africa. With its rolling hills, open Savannah grasslands it remains an incredibly […]

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South Africa, Pilgrim’s rest: an old gold field dated back 1873

If you are visiting Blyde River canyon it’s worth a short stop to Pilgrim’s rest. The history of this place dated back to ancient times when unknown miners worked the quartz reefs for gold. The first gold rush in South […]

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South Africa, De Hoop Natural Reserve: the whales heaven

De Hoop Nature Reserve is a World Heritage site and offers the finest whale viewing in southern Africa. The marine protected area , that extends 5 kilometers out to sea, is one of the largest areas in Africa, providing a […]

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