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The Right to Explore the Cape

Avukile Mabombo at a coffee shop

In a former age in South Africa, locals were boxed in, unable to explore their own country, limited to pockets of land within cities and rural areas. This, quite rightly, has changed, opening the curtain on a wealth of activities ...

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Sleepy West Coast? Think Again!

Protea and fynbos with sea in background

South Africa’s West Coast has long had a reputation as a winding stretch of land linking quaint fishing villages and rolling hills of… well, not much at all. Recently, however, the region has experienced a remarkable renaissance that’s attracting visitors ...

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South Africa – A bucket list destination for plant lovers

Cape Town was recently named the world’s 5th most instagrammable destination in the world by international travel media group Big 7 and has for the last four years been named as one of the most beautiful cities on the globe. ...

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The Art of Recycling and Smart Hospitality

What do single-use straws and used bedding have in common? Both contribute to waste on the part of hospitality businesses, only the former is a contributor to a global pollution challenge, while the latter is more of a nuisance in ...

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