South Africa

Between oceans, mountains, deserts and rivers, prosperous cities and townships, the Republic of South Africa is definitely a nation in the colours of the rainbow.The vineyards and beaches of Cape Town, the peaks of the Cederberg, the dry lands of Namakwa, the red dunes of the Kalahari, all this is only a glimpse of the country’s great and beautiful (though fragile) diversity…
Objective Dune !

Objective Dune !

Molo Kunjani, That’s how we say it in Xhosa ! Before the last part of our journey, we turn to the Augrabies Falls National Park in the Northern Cape province, 494 miles North of Cape Town and 560 miles South of Johannesburg. The Park was established in 1966 and covers...
The Power of Flowers…

The Power of Flowers…

Sanibonani, Kunjani ? That’s how we say it in Swati ! Welcome to the West Coast National Park, located 75 miles North of Cape Town. It covers 106 square miles between the Atlantic Ocean and the R27 from the town of Yzerfontein in the South and up to the azure blue...
A piece of Cape !

A piece of Cape !

Anibonani, Ninjani ? That’s how we say it in Zulu! We continue our journey by discovering the smallest of South Africa’s 20 National Parks… the Bontebok National Park, covering an area of just 10.76 square miles. The park is part of the Cape Floristic...
The Cry of the Ostrich

The Cry of the Ostrich

Totsiens, Hoe gaan dit ? That’s how we say it in Afrikaans ! Between oceans, mountains, deserts, and flowers, prosperous cities and townships, the Republic of South Africa is a nation made up of the colors of the rainbow. The vineyards and beaches of the Cape, the...
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