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,
Ocean Sole is an ocean conservation group located in Kenya that turns flip-flop pollution into art and functional products, simultaneously promoting the love of the oceans. Their philosophy reads as follows: Vision: Waste-free oceans. Mission: To become
Kenya. – I told Travelstart about my time in Kenya, including a collection of useful tips about how to get there, travelling around and which areas to focus on. ‘If you are looking for a
I’ve had the great privilege of visiting The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi a couple of times. Here incredible work is being done in rescuing and rehabilitating orphaned elephants and rhinos. There are
Kenya. – An invitation to spend a night at the luxurious Medina Palms Resort, recently awarded No. 1 Hotel in Kenya by TripAdvisor, is not one to be taken lightly. Actually I jumped at the
The plains are a beautiful green, like neatly mowed lawns dispersed with lone trees. The very trees that give Kenya’s Masai Mara its name. The word Mara literally means ‘spotted’, which refers to both the
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7 African Female Travel Bloggers to Follow, by See Africa Today.
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world and a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Victoria Falls is recognised as the greatest curtain of falling water in the world. At the height of the
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
‘I have become acutely aware of the responsibility that I have to do the right thing by my readers and the companies that I work with. In my writing, I, therefore, strive to create a
The shameful practice of South Africa’s cruel and exploitative captive-bred lion hunting industry is something that regularly makes headlines, with newly revealed insight into how rife and devastating it really is. Blood Lions the documentary
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
Did you know that bees are a widely used weapon in the conservation arsenal? In fact, these underestimated little miracle workers are being deployed at Samara Private Game Reserve, where they are playing a vital
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
Travel Massive is a global community focused on connecting travel leaders, innovators and creatives to collaborate and share ideas on a local level, bringing together leading travel brands, bloggers, startups and travel insiders. Founded and headed up by Ian
From minding your own carbon footprint to mindful interactions with locals, I offered some suggestions on The Art of Conscious Travel for kulula’s khuluma in-flight magazine, looking at ways we can be more considerate and sustainable
I was interviewed by Bizcommunity.com about my travel trends and influencer predictions for 2018, including my thoughts on major disruptions that may just be on the rise, by Robin Fredericks. This as part of their
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
As South Africans we know all too well how much money goes into an international trip. Beyond the cost of long-haul flights, we need to convert our hard-earned Rands into foreign currency and often end
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
You don’t have to be on the frontline of conservation to make a positive impact on the environment. You can make a difference without leaving the house. My article on just this for Travel Update.
‘You are never too old or too young, to fall in love with Africa’ With the hectic pace of life and demanding schedules making for days packed with commitments as we balance work and