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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Eco-Friendly Wildlife Experience

Eco-Friendly Wildlife Experience

South Africa is brimming with gorgeous plant and animal life, which lures millions of tourists every year. This wealth makes it vulnerable, threatened by over-population and pollution; exploited and generally run down. Therefore, those visiting the beautiful country of South Africa have a degree of responsibility to care for and protect this exquisite land.

When visitors come, they have many opportunities to make decisions that will benefit the destination.. Read More »

Adventure in the Waterberg

Adventure in the Waterberg

The Waterberg is a picturesque region on the border of Botswana, right at the northern edge of South Africa. It is known for its magnificent landscapes and natural abundance in the form of both plant and animal species. For this reason, it is a particular favourite amongst those who love nature and the outdoors. However, it is also a fantastic destination for those that have a penchant for adventure, thrills and discovering new things.

There are a number of local game reserves and nature areas in Waterberg, some of which are provincially owned and managed. These offer game drives, nature walks and bird watching opportunities that are quite unrivalled. D’Nyala Nature Reserve and Marakele National Park are just two of the wonderful natural attractions to which Waterberg is home. These give visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in the untouched splendour of wildest Africa. Read More »

World Heritage Sites South Africa

World Heritage Sites South Africa

South Africa has a rich historical, cultural and natural offering for those who have the time to explore its multifaceted attractions at leisure. UNESCO is part of the United Nations and proclaims some areas or attractions to be World Heritage Sites based on their intrinsic value (depending on a variety of factors). The same standards and requirements apply, no matter where in the world the destination is situated.

South Africa is the proud home of a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which continue to delight young and old, and to add value to the natural, economic or historical wealth of this land. Boasting so many Heritage Sites places South Africa on a global platform for tourists seeking a very special destination. Read More »