So after an amazing few months spent driving through southern Africa visiting nature reserves, national parks and doing our very own self-drive safaris, I thought it was only right that I re-watch The Lion King (for the hundredth time). I couldn't help notice how similar it was (song and dance numbers notwithstanding) to our real-life... Continue Reading →
Cape Town has always been on my bucket list. At first, it was just a popular African city with good views. The more I learned about it, the more I realised there was so much more to it. Hiking, wine tasting and a beach full of penguins to name a few, this city and it’s... Continue Reading →
When I wrote about my dream South African road trip, I had already decided that Addo Elephant Park had a firm place on my bucket list. I’m so grateful that we were able to fit it into our busy schedule, even if it was just for one day. Located near Port Elizabeth in the south-east of... Continue Reading →
The Otter Trail is a 45km coastal path that crosses numerous rivers, gives you endless ocean views of crashing waves and rewards you with wonderful log cabins to sleep in. It was my favourite hike out of all the walking we did in Africa and one that shouldn't be missed!
The Drakensberg are a mountain range that run along the border of South Africa and Lesotho, with dramatic cliffs falling away from the plateau at an almost constant altitude of 3200m. Spend 5 or 6 days hiking and camping between the two countries to conquer one of the top hikes in the world.
My first safari was the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and it did not disappoint. You won't find the Big Five here, but you'll find lions, cheetahs and leopards if you're lucky, alongside giraffes, wildebeest and a billion springbok.
Whitsand Nature Reserve, in the north of South Africa, is a beautiful place tucked away in the hills where you can relax amongst nature or throw yourself down a sand dune on a plank of wood.
Whether you're facing your deepest fear or craving the ultimate adrenaline rush, join the team at Face Adrenaline for the 216m Bloukran's bungy bridge, the highest in the world.
I’ve always felt drawn to South Africa. I want to go on a safari, I need to cage dive with great white sharks, I crave the adrenaline rush of a bungee jump, I love to climb mountains, and I live for a beautiful coastline. It seems like the south coast of South Africa can tick... Continue Reading →