Category Archives for South Africa

Durban travel tips

Durban is situated on the East coast of South Africa, and is well known for its Golden Mile of beaches. What are the things to do when you visit Durban? Paid Campaign I only spent a few days there, but it was still enough to get an impression of the city and find some favourite […]

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Soweto culture and history by bike

It is easy to enjoy life in South Africa. You can visit fantastic restaurants, stay in boutique hotels and go for adventures to see the incredible wildlife in the national parks. I appreciated all those experiences. Yet, what made the biggest impression on me was a guided bicycle tour in the township Soweto. Paid Campaign If […]

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Photo Essay – Kruger National Park safari

Observing animals in the wild, in their natural habitat, is a great experience. A safari is an adventure where you never know what is behind the next bend, you don´t even know what his hiding in the large bush you just passed! Paid Campaign Kruger National Park one of the most famous national parks in […]

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Panorama Route – a scenic drive

The province Mpumalanga in South Africa is known to be one of the most scenic areas in the country. Hence, it is a popular destination for visitors to South Africa. The province offers panorama views out of the ordinary, and the most popular driving route is the Panorama route. Paid Campaign We arrived by flight […]

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Balloon safari in Magalies River Valley

It was a cool morning, and it was still dark when we arrived at the Magalies River Valley in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. We were served hot coffee to shake off the sleepiness and to prepare us for a special morning. Paid Campaign To be honest, I normally avoid any situations where […]

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Top five foodie travel moments from the African continent

Last Wednesday I joined the Twitter chat #AfriTravel, and the subject for the chat was African cuisine. It is my absolute favourite travel topic, and it brought back many nice memories from my travels, and gave me inspiration and tips from others to keep exploring. With so many foodie memories fresh in mind, here is […]

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Support #JustOneRhino – and WIN great prizes

Did you know that already three weeks into 2015, 49 rhinos were poached in South-Africa? Their horn is currently valued at $65 000 per kg! In an interview with Dereck Joubert from Rhinos Without Borders by Green Global Travel, it is stated that poaching of Rhinos for their horn have reached catastrophic levels, and one Rhino […]

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Travel Photo – Black Market in Durban

Victoria Street Market is a lively market where you can buy anything from clothing, jewelry, souvenirs and off course spices. The market itself is nothing special actually, but a good place to stock up on spices. However, if you pass the bridge over to the black market it is all of a sudden a totally […]

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Where to eat: Moyo – Johannesburg, South Africa

Are you looking for some great veggie eats in South Africa? Oh, you will actually find them everywhere, I have hardly ever before been so happy about the vegetarian food anywhere in the world as during my ten days in South Africa! However, I would recommend that you visit Moyo anyway, it is a cool […]

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Travel Photo – Worldwide friendships

My most precious memories from my travels are about people. Sometimes they are locals who make my stay in their country memorable because they welcome me and proudly introduce me to their culture, other times it is other travelers who just make my day – or week. Sometimes they become a friend for life, other […]

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