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Elephant portrait at Addo
One of the things I get all giddy about is elephants. Ever since receiving my cute pink elephant cuddly toy when I was 2, I haven't been able to get them out of my head. Last year I was able to volunteer with the Asian elephants at the Elephant Nature...
Sunset in Cape Town
I'm not really into hiking, but the reward waiting at the end of the Lion's Head climb in Cape Town, was worth putting my hiking boots on for (or in this case my gym shoes). On our last day in South Africa, we decided to hike to the top of...
Sinbad eating at the Born Free center
During my stay at the Shamwari game reserve, I was very lucky to be able to go on a behind the scenes tour at the Born Free Foundation Animal Rescue center. I find animal rescue and conservation a very noble cause and Born Free stands at the forefront of animal...
Formations in Cango Caves Oudtshoorn
While visiting Oudtshoorn, I went on one of the tours through the Cango Caves, north of the main village near the Swartberg mountain range. The caves were formed around 20 million years ago and consist of several halls and limestone formations like stalactites, stalagmites and columns. Orchestra performances used to be...
Paragliding over Cape Town
I’m not really known to be a daredevil, although I do love adventure and I would love to take some risks from time to time (but I rarely do), so when my boyfriend surprised me with a paragliding tandem flight for my birthday, I was pretty scared. – Can you...
Group of ostriches
While in Oudtshoorn, it’s hard to miss all the signs to the numerous Ostrich (show) farms around the area. I had seen a few ostriches running around the Western Cape, on farms or the national parks, but I wanted to get to know these gigantic birds a little bit...
5 reasons why you should travel to South Africa in October
You want to visit South Africa, but you're not sure when would be the best time to go? I'll make the decision a little bit easier by giving you 5 reasons why you should travel to South Africa in October. Not many tourists   Nothing is more annoying than having to...
Cheetah Mia, Cango Wildlife Ranch
During my short visit to Oudtshoorn, I visited the Cango Wildlife Ranch, an organisation which works towards the conservation of cheetahs and other endangered species, and has been breeding endangered species for over 28 years. I love cheetahs, they are without a doubt my favourite cat, and because I had...
Cape Route 62 sign
You might have heard of Route 66 in America, but South Africa has its own tourist road with beautiful scenic landscapes and quaint little towns along the way. Cape Route 62 crosses the Western and Eastern Cape, from Cape Town to Oudtshoorn and Langkloof to Port Elizabeth. We drove Route 62...
Boulders Beach Penguin
I had been looking forward meeting the African Penguins for a long time, and I was not disappointed. Visiting Boulders Beach has been one of the best parts of my trip in South Africa so far. (A game drive is still on the program, which I think will be on a...
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