Glamping….such a much used term nowadays. How would you describe it? Staying in a luxurious tent with fairy lights hanging outside and proper beds to sleep on? Sleeping with a canvas between yourself and nature without having to rough it up and sleeping on an air mattress? Continue reading “Glamping under the stars”
Safaris in South Africa generally slant to the Kruger park and the northern region, and more recently to areas in the eastern cape where newly established reserves have quickly gained market share and compete against the more traditional safari names.
When you think ‘safari’ and ‘South Africa’ you probably think ‘Kruger’. Or one of the bigger reserves in the north of the country. What a lot of people don’t know (and that is great – let’s keep it like that!) is that there are so many beautiful wildlife areas in the KwaZulu-Natal province, one of them being the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park. Easy to combine with some beach time in Durban or with an active hike in the Drakensberg, this area is know for its abundance of wildlife and lack of tourists. Continue reading “A different safari”