Diving with the sharks with Protea Shark Divers

The South Africa shoreline provides some of the best and most magnificent scuba diving venues attracting enthusiasts from all over the world.
These sites, starting north along the KwaZulu-Natal shoreline at Sodwana, the Aliwal Shoal at Umkomaas and the Protea Bank at Shelly beach, carrying on to Storms River, Mossel Bay and round the Cape peninsular.…

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Steyn de Wet – Nuusbrief 5

Mardi Himal Trek in die Himalajas

Die ander kant
Forest Camp tot Lucky view

“Nothing is clean, Howard” is een van my gunsteling film-aanhalings. (Uit Aviator). En as ek by Koos Kombuis kan leen: “hierdie issie die Bloutrein nie…” Daar is party mense vir wie ‘n trek deur die Himalajas lewensveranderend sal wees, en dan is daar ander (lees meeste) wat eerder moet wegbly en liefs die foto’s en stories moet geniet.…

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Free State tourism has much to offer

Whether you’re an astro-, eco- or cultural tourist, the Free State has it all. The Free State is overlooked by many South Africans who pass through without realising just how much this province has to offer – from the Vredefort Dome, a UNESCO World Heritage site, to the sandstone peaks of the Golden
Gate National Park and beyond.…

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Uncovering the hidden gems of the Northern Cape

Slightly larger than Germany, the Northern Cape makes up roughly a third of the country’s landmass, yet is home to only 2.2% of the population.

“The region is probably best known for the Namaqualand’s phenomenal display of wildflowers during spring, which attracts both domestic and international visitors alike, and for the Richtersveld, a UNESCO World Heritage Site”, notes Ms.…

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