KwaZulu-Natal has an excellent array of activities and unforgettable moments for the enthusiast. The Umhlanga Coastline offers warm beaches, great weather and friendly people. It’s exotic destinations are second to none. There are many tours available for you and they can be arranged or tailored for your needs. Experience the life of a vibrant township … Continue reading Umhlanga Coastline
The Transkei (the Wild Coast), 250 kilometres of rugged, unspoilt coastline North of East London all the way to the Kei River. Along this coastline are sweeping blue bays with no footprints, amazing lagoons with rocky headlands and inland is rural Transkei, a simple life with huts, cows and dirt roads through the Xhosa heartland. … Continue reading Transkei South Africa
With so much space in South Africa, there are many roads that we just never visit. We have tar roads that turn off into dirt roads, that lead to passes that need to be driven and experienced by the adventurous few. With passes to explore with names like Zuurberg, Grootrivier, Helskloof, Leeuberg, Camdeboo and Gamkaberg, … Continue reading Mountain Passes in South Africa
When we think Camino? Most of us think Europe and the Camino De Santiago, the pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in north-western Spain. But here in South Africa in the Western Cape we have seen this type of adventure taking place, unfortunately not religious but more personal soul searching. – … Continue reading Tankwa Camino – South Africa
We hired a car in Cape Town from CABS car Hire to go see the snow in Ceres for the weekend. On the way there we stopped for lunch and some wine tasting at Waverley Hills Estate. It’s situated between Tulbagh and Ceres, South Africa, at the foothills of the breathtaking Witzenberg Mountain Range.