South Africa 2011

To help you on with your holiday plans, we have detailed our fantastic journey around the globe on videos and easy-to-read fact sheets complete with contact details and links.

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Soweto
For an interesting South African historical and cultural experience, a visit to Soweto, an urban area located in Johannesburg, is a must. read more

Kalahari Bushmen
The San people are often referred to as Southern Africa’s first people, and these nomadic hunter-gatherers have called the Kalahari home for the last 10 to 20000 years. read more

Khamkirri and Augrabies
About 200kms west of Upington is one of the most scenic spots in South Africa, the Augrabies Falls National Park. Trevor heads to the Park’s eastern boundary at Khamkirri Private Game Reserve on the northern bank of the Orange River. read more

St Lucia Wetlands
St Lucia Wetlands, located in Isimangaliso, was declared a World Heritage Site in 1999. Ismangaliso covers approximately 300 000 hectares, including 220 kilometres of pristine Indian Ocean coastline. read more

Cape Town Winelands/Grande Provence Cooking
The Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franshhoek Valleys, 55 km east of Cape Town are the home of wine in South Africa and are known as the Cape Winelands. read more

Kirstenbosch Gardens & Medicinal Plants
Kirstenbosh Botanical garden, tucked away behind Table Mountain in Cape Town, is acknowledged as a jewel of botanical gardens on a world stage. read more

Thanda Game Park
Situated 23km north of Hluhluwe, in northern Zululand, Thanda Private Game Reserve is a celebration of the Zulu people and their rich culture. read more

Grootbos Resort
Neville and Nigel head to the Grootbos Resort to find out why this Resort is more than just five star accommodation. The resort nestles into the natural landscape- but this is no ordinary bit of coastal greenery. read more

Grande Provence Recipes
Neville heads to The Grande Provence estate restaurant which specializes in modern international cuisine. Executive chef Jacques de Jager teaches Neville how to make a few delicious dishes made from locally grown beetroot. read more