The Makuleke Concession is not accessible to the ordinary tourist visiting the park. This area belongs to the Makuleke community, who were removed in 1968. After a lengthy process, however, it was finally returned to the community in 1998 in what was a historical event for South Africa.
The Karoo offers the visitor vast plains, majestic mountains, champagne air and picturesque Karoo towns steeped in history and intrigue. Here you can explore off the beaten track – on foot, horseback, mountain bike, 4×4 or canoe – and enjoy spectacular game viewing and bird watching.
Steeped in legend and history, the iconic Kruger National Park in South Africa is waiting for you to explore its vast landscapes and spectacular African wildlife. Plan your Kruger Park safari trip from our recommended safari tour options, which range from exclusive private safaris to affordable group safaris. Take a journey of exploration to find […]
About halfway between Cape Town and Mossel Bay, Swellendam is a good stopping point. More than 250 years old, Swellendam is preserved in small-town charm with wide streets, neatly preserved Cape Dutch and Victorian buildings, and excellent places to enjoy some South African food.
About 40 km to the east of Cape Town, lying in the shadow of a continuous belt of Cape fold mountains, lies a series of generous valleys known as the Cape Winelands – a collection of historic towns, little hamlets and Cape Dutch farmsteads that provide well-regarded South African wines to the world. These mountains create an […]
Offering plenty of holiday accommodation, Amanzimtoti is a popular seaside destination for the family. One of the reasons for this is that Amanzimtoti borders the warm Indian Ocean. This warm water contains a diversity of wonders! Exotic species of fish, magnificent coral reefs and wrecks can all be discovered and spotted within these waters. The water is ideal for […]
Set right up against the northern border of South Africa, uniting Botswana and Zimbabwe, lies an extensive savannah landscape situated at the meeting place of the Limpopo and Shashe rivers. This is the land of sandstone formations, mopane woodlands, brooding baobabs, ancient floodplains and unique riverine forests that form a dramatic backcloth for the wealth […]
Duiwelsbos Waterfall is a 6.9 kilometre lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Swellendam NU, Western Cape, South Africa that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.
Situated just outside the historical town of Swellendam, this beautiful farm borders the foothills of the majestic Langeberg Mountain. The setting is idyllic, with stunning views, green pastures where cattle and horses graze, a spring-fed lake and the lovely Buffeljags River which runs the length of the farm.