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Rovos Rail (Cape Town – Pretoria)

Embark on a journey adventure from Cape Town to Pretoria. The 1 600-kilometre meander is a perfect illustration of South Africa as a world in one country. Travel the grasslands of the gold-rich Highveld to the haunting barrenness of the Great Karoo; trundle through the... Read more

Mkhaya Game Reserve

Mkhaya Game Reserve is situated in the southeast of Swaziland, a beautiful wilderness area and haven for endangered species, particularly Black and White Rhinos and white wildebeests. The reserve has many dry riverbeds, is dotted with waterholes and offers guests a unique wildlife experience. The... Read more

Botswana Mobile Safari

Discover the most remote parts of Botswana on an adventurous and authentic yet comfortable safari with mobile bush camps. Explore the Khwai Community Area and the adjacent Moremi Game Reserve searching for the wide variety of wildlife and birds that this area is renowned for,... Read more

Port Alfred

Established by a group of English settlers in the early 1800s Port Alfred with its stretches of sandy beach that extend for miles, lies on the banks of the Kowie River in the middle of the Sunshine Coast. It boasts a wonderfully temperate climate –... Read more


As the sixth-biggest city in South Africa, Bloemfontein offers numerous sights and enterprise possibilities. Bloemfontein is a Dutch name for ‘Fountain of flowers’ and the city is now locally know as the ‘City of flowers” due to the many flowers showcased in the annual rose... Read more

Kruger Central

Walk on the wild side! One of the oldest, largest, and most diverse parks in Africa, Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s top safari destinations, rich with its lion prides, elephant herds and thousands of other animals, against shifting backdrops of savannah, forest, river... Read more

Western Caprivi

Explore biodiversity in a wetland! A narrow strip of land in the extreme northeast of Namibia, the Caprivi Strip is about 400 kilometers long. This is one of the wettest regions of Namibia, not only because it rains a lot here but also because of... Read more


Uluwatu is an vast limestone peninsula on the southwestern corner of Bali in Indonesia. Renowned for its fantastic surfing conditions which locals believe are a blessing from the Gods, the region attracts many a surfer in search of the perfect wave. Indulge your inner history... Read more

Pangong Lake

The beautiful Pangon Lake, which sits high up in the Himalayas at a stunning altitude of 4350 metres, is quite popular with tourists from all over the world! It’s name is derived from the Tibetan word ‘Bangong Cuò’, meaning ‘enchanted, narrow and long lake’, and... Read more

Southern Drakensberg

Explore the less visited and quieter southern part of the breathtaking Drakensberg mountains which are tower over KwaZulu Natal in South Africa. Relax in the beautiful country side at the base of the Drakensberg and explore the stunning mountain scenery on magnificent hikes or on... Read more


Kawthaung is Myanmar´s southernmost city where you can cross the border to/ from Ranong in Thailand. A boat shuttle service connects both cities and takes about 30 minutes. While Kawthaung itself has not much to offer, its picturesque location and proximity to the Mergui archipelago... Read more

Boote in Myeik, Myanmar


Myeik is a charming coastal city by the Andaman Sea, located in the heart of southern Myanmar. Owing to its strategic location between China and the Middle East, Myeik has enjoyed the position of a prominent international port, offering safe harbor to many an illegal... Read more

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