What’s In a Name? mFulaWozi (mfulluhworzee) is an isiZulu word meaning “the sound the reeds make in the wind”. The reeds in this instance are those growing along the White iMfolozi River in Northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa- about two and a half hours from the port city of Durban. This is Zululand, the heart of …
Chobe – What’s The Buzz? If you have an eye for natural beauty, you’ll know as soon as you reach the Chobe River, in north- eastern Botswana. It’s a wildlife lover and nature photographer’s dream. For elephant lovers and safari fanatics, the great elephant concentrations on the Chobe River occur during the winter months. The …
Cresta Mowana Safari Resort and Spa Early morning: bushbuck tiptoeing past the river facing rooms, the sounds and smells of cheerful staff preparing breakfast. The Chobe River, glistening in the morning light, awaits our early departure from the jetty of Cresta Mowana Safari Resort & Spa. Flame of Africa’s Ben McDonald arranges for breakfast to …
Babanango Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: philanthropy making a difference
Wonderful country comforts and a Zulu sangoma/healer make for a fascinating experience.
Distillery 031- South Africa’s Most Internationally Awarded independent Distillery: One Great Reason To Visit Durban, KwaZulu- Natal
Val du Charron Wine & Leisure Estate- one of South Africa’s up and coming wine estates with beyond pretty views, great food, people and accommodation
Fugitives’ Drift Lodge, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa- Rivetting History, True Tales, True Beauty.
In Madagascar, you can relax and inhale the fragrant smells of spices while lingering with lemurs or adventure into the warm ocean waters. Here is why the island of Nosy Be is a must-see.
Anglo-Boer War history becomes an adventure at a comfortable resort, Three Tree Hill Lodge, overlooking a game reserve in South Africa.
You’ll find plenty of adventure on Réunion Island, a French island in the Indian Ocean between Mauritius and Madagascar.
Wondering what to pack for your trip to Africa? South African writer Adrian Rorvik offers his inside tips on what to wear and do when traveling in Africa.