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3rd Jan 2020

Botanical Diversity

BABYLONSTOREN is one of the best preserved werfs (farm yards) in the Cape Dutch tradition. Not only the manor house from 1777, but pioneer structures all the way back to the founding…
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5th May 2020

Moonlighting in the winelands

Experience the cape winelands from a completely different perspective lit by moonlight! A trail by moonlight on horseback will take you back in time and offers a truly magical experience to…
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5th May 2020

One of a kind in Africa

Misty Mountain’s ‘Long Tom Toboggan’ is an activity that will get your heart pumping, stir your senses and get you really close to nature. Jump aboard your precarious yellow cart and reach…
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27th Nov 2019

The Have-Your-Very-Own-Pad Safari

When nothing less than a lodge-to-yourselves will do – perhaps for a family reunion, a special anniversary or birthday, or any kind of gathering of the clan where plenty of…
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19th Dec 2019

The Kid-friendly Safari

Few things are worse than trying to enjoy a family holiday someplace where the atmosphere is not fully family-friendly. Lodges like Lukimbi Safari Lodge in the Kruger National Park welcome…
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19th Dec 2019

The Malaria-Free Safari

If you’re travelling with children, elderly folk or mums-to-be, you may wish to opt for a malaria-free safari. There are ample opportunities to view South Africa’s wildlife without exposure to…
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3rd Jan 2020

Urban Jungle

Johannesburg might be something of an urban jungle, but it also has some wonderful natural attractions, adding much to the fascinating nature of this city. The land on which Johannesburg…