The Mwiba Wildlife Reserve hosts only a handful of guests at a time, enabling an excellent, soulful safari experience within the greater Serengeti eco-system. A conservation concession dedicated to the imperative balance between wildlife and
This from a series of photos I took of a dancer in a village on the shores of Lake Victoria, Tanzania. I visited there for the day after a week on safari in the Grumeti
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It was Richard Mullin who said ‘The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa – for he has so much to look forward to.’ An accurate observation as
That old adage ‘the world is your oyster’ has never rung more true. Flights link once remote destinations, luxury trains add opulence and romance to cross-country routes, and indulgent cruises have become as popular and
I am greatly honoured to be included in the ‘Woman&Home South African Amazing Women 40 over 40 Awards’ social influencers category, alongside the most inspiring women – each admirably leading the way in their fields
The world is witnessing an unprecedented, human-induced collapse of biodiversity and is in the middle of a global pandemic caused by the consumption of wild species often kept in cruel, unsanitary conditions. Laws insisting on
Set off Madagascar’s east coast, Mauritius is affectionately referred to as the Star of the Indian Ocean and has long been the number one choice for South Africans travelling abroad. Not just for its natural
Will giraffes survive humanity? They are as iconic as lions, rhinos and elephants and their long-term existence in the wild is under similar threat, however, the world’s tallest animals get much less public attention or
Looking back at my travel experiences of the past few years, there are certainly some adventurous moments that stand out as highlights and that I would like to recommend in my African Wish List for
Whether it be to mark high days or holidays, we regularly find ourselves seeking out the perfect gift for our loved ones, which can be tricky. But if you’re racking your brain trying to think
Trek for Big Cats founder member Gareth James Legg introduced me to their exciting expedition, asking me to help spread the word about the plight of the world’s iconic big cats and how they are hoping
If you are looking for a holiday with a difference, one that combines eco-consciousness with sweeping beach sunsets and once in a lifetime wildlife encounters, then Kenya should be on your list. My adventures in Kenya,
Greenpop Gears up for the largest citizen-led reforestation festival in Africa
An invitation to join a day of Sparkles and Spoils with Shimansky Diamonds had me embarking on an itinerary that offered up the best of Cape Town, in fine company and absolutely indulgent style. Meeting a
Have you heard of the incredible 7 Summits Africa Challenge? Set to achieve a world record, the goal is for 7 mountaineers to summit 7 mountains in Africa over a period of 7 weeks, and for
Africa is a continent of diversity, culture and rich natural resources and I can’t encourage travel and further exploration enough. Whether you opt to go on a Kenyan Safari, or explore the heady aromatic souks of Morocco, you’ll find
Greenpop. – Get the new year’s diary out because in March 2017, Greenpop will be hosting their 7th annual Reforest Fest in the ancient Platbos Forest Reserve. But this isn’t just your ordinary festival!
‘The easiest part about Africa is you can always exceed expectations…’ Says career tour operator at Southern Destinations Liesl Matthews, as we chat about her job creating bespoke itineraries for tourists visiting Southern and
More breathtakingly powerful work by one of my favourite photographers Nick Brandt. With his latest project “Inherit the Dust” he goes to extraordinary lengths to show us what’s at stake if the human impact on
Africa. – There’s something magical about the big skies, African bushveld, rich traditions and seductive nature of Africa that adds romance to any given day, making it especially idyllic as the destination for a honeymoon. Whether
Recently I was interviewed by Future Cape Town about my love for Cape Town and whether I consider it to be African City … A great honour. I am filled with respect and admiration for the work that