It all started in Morocco at 7 this morning, when I was dropped off at Casablanca airport in time for my flights back to Vancouver, via Montreal…
Oh, how quickly history comes alive in Egypt! My Egyptian adventure begins in Cairo, an ancient city that has grown to 30 million inhabitants, where the smell of dust and diesel is forgotten as I gaze in awe at the Sphinx and Great Pyramids of Giza…
See Africa through expert eyes and leave a legacy!
I’ve recently returned from scouting our May 2019 Legacy Safari, safeguarding the Rhino of Kruger Park. Space on this Legacy Safari is limited, so call soon. I look forward to sharing my Africa with you!
Calling all Foodies visiting Cape Town, South Africa
Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards – widely regarded as the most authoritative restaurant poll for foodies – announced Cape Town’s Test Kitchen and La Colombe in first and second place and Greenhouse at The Cellars-Hohenort in seventh position. Restaurants in nearby Somerset West, Franschhoek and Stellenbosch took the other high placings, all of them easily accessible in an hour or so from Cape Town.
Food plays an integral part of any magical journey. These activities will take any Cape Town experience to new heights….
How sustainable are our African Safaris?
More and more travellers are able to full-fill their life-long dream of going on African safaris. It is such a memorable experience and will leave a long-lasting impression on everyone that sets foot on this wondrous continent.
However, the effect is an ever growing need for tourism infrastructure, including lodging, vehicles and staff. We are hearing more and more about human – wildlife conflict, and how the tourism business may affect the very reason we want to go to Africa.
Thankfully more travellers are asking what role their tourism dollar plays in the community, and to what extent their contribution in tourism benefits the environment that sustains the local flora and fauna…