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Seasons Greetings to All

Founder and head of Portfolio Collection, Liz Westby-Nunn sends warm wishes to all Portfolio guests (past, present & future) establishments and Travel Blog readers. Read more >

From Concrete Pit to Wide African Skies-A Happy Christmas for a Rescued Lion

A rescued lion that arrived in South Africa this week will be spending Christmas, and the rest of his life, in relative freedom and safety in South Africa. Read more >


Animal Sightings at Pumba Last Week

Another round up of the week's animal sightings at Pumba in the Eastern Cape, and an excerpt from the Ranger's Diary - with some exciting news! Read more >

What Makes Jo'burg Great?

The world loves Cape Town and SA's Mother City is, quite rightly, forever in the spotlight. One Jo'burg-based agency decided it was time to blow their city's vuvuzela, loud & proud... Read more >

Unique New Year Party in Riebeek Kasteel

Looking for a fun and different New Years Eve party out of Cape Town? We've got just the thing up the West Coast... Read more >

Penguin Parents Needed

Looking for an ideal gift for a bird-lover, but don't want to have to actually share your home with a feathery friend? We have the answer... Read more >

The 2010 FIFA World Cup Stadiums

The 2010 FIFA Football World Cup will be played out in 10 newly built or upgraded stadiums, in nine South African cities. Read more >


SA Listed as a Must-Visit Destination for 2010 by Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet has compiled a great list of 9 Amazing Travel Destinations for the coming year, and South Africa is featured – of course – for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Read more >

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Art Galleries in South Africa

Looking for some kulcha this holiday? South Africa's many art galleries offer oodles of amazing art showcasing local and international artists' works. Read more >

A Message for Holiday Makers in Cape Town this Festive Season

A reminder, for those visitors to Cape Town this festive season, that speed kills. Read more >

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