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Road tripping up the Cape West Coast

For those looking for something to do these holidays why not hop in the car and go road-tripping up the West Coast? Read more >

Exploring South Africa's 'Must Do' Travel Experiences

While Portfolio is all about exploring the off-the-beaten-track places, it's good to be reminded of the major highlights for people visiting South Africa for the very first time... Read more >

Rhino poaching stats and hotline

It seems that no matter how many 'save the rhino' NGOs and action groups we have, the ongoing plight of South Africa's black rhino just continues to escalate. Read more >

South Africa Emergency Help Line Numbers

Emergencies can happen at any time and usually when we're least expecting them. Here is a handy list of South African emergency numbers - save them to your phone or print them out and stick up on your fridge or keep them with your travel documents so that you're always prepared... Read more >

Useful South Africa Travel Contact Numbers

A handy list of travel related contact numbers... Read more >

Market Mondays

We've decided to turn Monument Monday into Market Monday over the next few months as there are so many wonderful produce and craft markets in South Africa and summer is the best time for trawling them. Read more >

NEW SPECIAL ALERT - Atlantic House in Camps Bay

This year, we'll be alerting our Travel Blog readers every time a new Getaway Break special is loaded to our website. Starting today! Read more >

Did You Know? Number 8

More facts about South Africa... Read more >

Pick Your Own Anything in South Africa

South Africa offers a wealth of fruit and flowers that are available for self-picking excursions. Read more >


A Few Favourite South African Travel Destinations

Guest blogger Lynette tells us what she thinks makes South Africa an ideal holiday destination - especially the coastal destinations of the Western and Eastern Cape. Read more >


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