Most romantic destinations in and around South Africa

By |February 8th, 2016|

South Africa alone is country filled with romantic gemstones, not to mention Africa! The country has attractions that please every heart, from exhilarating activities like jumping off the Bloukrans Bridge to a romantic evening game drive. Whatever you do, there is just something about sunny South Africa that engenders romance.

Cape Town

Cape Town is the hub […]

Why a Safari is the perfect Valentine’s date

By |January 21st, 2016|

Just picture it for a minute… you and your loved one sitting at a table in the middle of the bushveld, with the sun setting in the horizon, giving your skin a warm, orange glow, with the distant roar of a lion and an orchestra of crickets chirruping in the background.

When the night is dark, […]

How to travel through South Africa like a local

By |December 9th, 2015|

South Africa is a sunny, colourful nation inhabited by the Big Five and very friendly people. What with so many cultures, how does one know how to act? Which customs do you follow? What to say, what to eat? Don’t worry friend, no matter the culture, you will learn a lot.

To get you started before […]

6 Harmless gestures you should avoid when travelling

By |December 7th, 2015|

The thumbs up

People have been using this sign since Ancient Roman times where it was used to determine whether the defeated gladiator should be spared or executed. Many of us, today, still use it and know this to be a sign of positivity, agreement and good luck.

However, in the Middle East for example, showing this […]

5 Things you might not know about Namibia

By |October 30th, 2015|

Namibia is the second least populated country on earth

There are just about two million people living in Namibia. The San Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert are considered Namibia’s first people but they have no homeland. They moved around following the migratory patterns of animals. The largest tribe in Namibia is the Ovambo tribe with an […]

Top Attractions in Namibia

By |October 30th, 2015|

Ghost Busting in Kolmanskop

Kolmanskop is perfect for those tourists interested in the paranormal. It’s an eerily abandoned ghost town in the Namib Desert in southern Namibia, 10km inland from Lüderitz. In 1908 a railway worker, Zacharias Lewala, found a sparkling stone which set off a bout of diamond fever with many people rushing into the […]

The benefits of travel incentives for employees

By |September 28th, 2015|

Money is considered the most expensive incentive and it is not as effective as some employers might think. Employees often think of the extra cash as part of their salary and usually stuff it into the house budget or it goes towards paying bills. In the end, employees feel they did not get any enjoyment […]

5 Best staff incentives to jumpstart productivity:

By |September 21st, 2015|

A lack of motivation and negativity spreads like a virus through offices affecting every employee. Before managers start cracking the whip, consider where the problem comes from. A common problem in the office is the staff feeling under appreciated. This can be solved by initiating a staff incentive programme.

How to choose the staff incentive that […]

Discover 5 things that make Zimbabwe unique:

By |September 18th, 2015|

Zimbabwe is situated between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers in Southern Africa. The Shona people built Zimbabwe between the eleventh and fifteenth centuries and you can find natural shelters in the Matobo Hills. Now, Zimbabwe might not spring to mind as a travel option but here are 5 unique features that are bound to change […]