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That morning sea view - Nosy Iranja - Madagascar

View of the Week: Nosy Iranja – Madagascar

Tropical Paradise off the coast of Madagascar Today it finally feels like summer is on the way in Cape Town.  After a week of rainy and cold weather – the sun is out brightly and we feel like we are on the path to flops, shorts, beaches and tans! So I am inspired again by the warm …

Client Feedback: An Awesome African Safari

African Adventure - South Africa, Zambia & Botswana Some great in depth feedback from clients who have recently traveled with us.  Open, honest & some super footage at the end too.  Enjoy the read and if you need any advice or thoughts on the properties or itinerary they mention please get in touch with us and we …

Mozambique Coastline

Swimming with Dolphins

With the continuing summer weather in the Western Cape I am inspired to keep going with awesome Ocean adventures!  Again, I am taking to the shores of Mozambique and I am adding to it the shores of Zanzibar.  Set deep in the tropical waters of the Indian Ocean both these destinations have a fantastic array …

The size of us in relation to the Whale Shark!

Massive Whale Sharks – Mozambique

With that feeling of summer in the air – (normally Cape Town winters are wet and grey, so all this sunshine is totally unusual) – I can’t get away from the water!  Mozambique has also been in the news a bit this week with President Armando Guebuza reflecting on the role of tourism in eliminating …

The view from Robben Island to Cape Town and Table Mountain

Have you ever met Mandela?

Have you ever had the privilege of meeting Nelson Mandela?  I have – it was brief, I didn’t get to say a lot, I was mesmerized, I was speechless – there is SUCH an aura surrounding this man!  It’s very hard to quantify and describe and I guess; only those lucky enough to have had …

Nosy Iranja off the North West Coast of Madagascar

Photo of the Week: Madagascar

With winter well underway in Southern Africa I needed to be reminded of what the sun feels like……I love this soft evening light looking onto Nosy Iranja in Madagascar.  I can feel the sand in my toes and the sun rays on my back.  Lovely way to start what is meant to be a sunny winter weekend in …

Stop Rhino Poaching Activists

Rhino Poaching – Are we winning the war?

There is so much in the news at the moment with regards to Rhino Poaching.  It’s hard to work out if we are winning the war or losing it, but there certainly are many people involved in fighting this terrible trade.  I was in a book store over the weekend in Cape Town and there, on …

What to do with the kids in Cape Town?

With school vacations looming and summer breaks in the northern hemisphere it is often hard to think about what to do to entertain your children.  My thoughts have been on the ocean for the last couple of weeks highlighting some of the awesome activity we have on our shores in South Africa!  Some of my topics are …

The full scale of the Great White Shark

Adrenalin Rush: Shark Cage Diving – Cape Town

When I left the Natal South Coast on Sunday they were in the process of closing all the beaches.  This is done so that the shark nets can be lifted making way for the annual sardine run.  I did a post on the Sardine Run a couple of weeks ago.  It’s good to see that …

Feedback from Clients

We have received some great feedback from a few clients that have recently traveled with us.  It’s often something that is quite hard to get as clients are so busy catching up with life once they return from their vacations that they don’t have a chance to send through their thoughts.  So, when we do …