Winter has officially hit South Africa, and instead of taking the moody route, we’ve decided to fall in love with our South African winters.
Posts Categorized: Eastern Cape
One of the best ways to do this in our frantic lives is to take an off the grid camping trip. Picture a serene wilderness with no cell phone signal, no internet, and often no electricity.
Port Elizabeth is one of the many hidden gems of South Africa. It’s a city that’s bursting with vibrant culture, exhilarating adventure activities and friendly locals who’ll make visitors feel right at home – after all, it’s not known as “the friendly city” for nothing.
It’s without a doubt that the Wild Coast has so much to offer especially with regard to accommodation where visitors get to relax and appreciate their surroundings in a scenic, lush and tranquil setting.
Did you know? Addo Elephant National Park is the third-largest national park in South Africa and also incorporates St. Croix and Bird Island. This beautiful part of South Africa really has it all. We hope to see you there soon!
Last week South Africa celebrated National Marine week in order to highlight the importance of oceans and the role they play in the life of all South Africans.
It’s National Parks Week at the South African National Parks (SANParks), giving you the perfect opportunity to get in touch with your natural heritage… for free.
Head to the Eastern Cape where vast plains of natural beauty sprawls with greenery, rugged cliffs guard the coastline, and where locals exude warmth and hospitality.
Tsitsikamma – a real treat on the eyes. I can’t think of a more beautiful place to take a Sho’t Left to. After a long year of working, or learning, or whatever it is you do, Storms River and Tsitsikamma is a MUST! Tsistikamma was the last stop off on our mini road-trip. We had previously been in… Read more »
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, its Firefly and the Famdamily. Well, that is what you would have said if you were on a walk in the Tsitsikamma forest the other day. I’m in the very fortunate position that I have had the wonderful privilege to go on the Tsitsikamma Canopy… Read more »