The number one thing we wanted to do on our African adventure was to go on a safari with our kids.
It’s been on my bucket list for a long time and it was time to make it happen. I couldn’t wait to see animals in the wild and my older kids felt the same way
During our three months in South Africa we stayed in some truly special places from rustic safari lodges in Kruger to luxurious secluded cottages in wine country.
While there are plenty of opportunities to splurge, accommodation doesn’t have to break the budget—we even had an amazing sea view in a hostel room
Our favourite of the family things to do in Cape Town is surely the most popular of the Cape Town tourist attractions – visit Table Mountain.
You won’t have trouble seeing Table Mountain as long as it’s a clear day. The mountain was visible most of our time in the city. It’s interesting seeing it from different angles too. From the back, it doesn’t look anything like the “table” we’re used to seeing in photos.
One of the best ways to see animals and nature in the wild is on a safari. No zoos, no interaction and most certainly lots of space for us travellers to see some of the word’s most impressive animals in the wild...
Africa is huge, like seriously, it’s a vast continent that’s so varied and filled with a melting pot of cultures, identities, beautiful nature and history. It’s a content that has so much diversity that is sometimes forgotten when we hear ‘Africa’ mentioned as a place to go to. It really is hard to bottle down the essence of Africa into a singular destination, even though we see this happen time and time again on television, radio and print...
People are usually fairly curious about my job, which I can understand. It’s unusual and many people would call it a dream job. Along with that natural curiosity comes a lot of questions, mostly the same ones and at the top of the list is always “What is your favorite place?” ..
How much does it really cost to visit South Africa? Here I share my trip budget for a 10-night city and safari trip to Cape Town, the Kruger and Johannesburg.
Namibia is totally a hard sell when it’s so goddamn expensive, but guys, if you have the means to visit, it’s 100% worth the splurge. I promise you’ll have the absolute time of your life there.
Gawp around this country before everybody else does