Aquila Private Game Reserve

The western Cape really does have it all. Pristine sandy beaches, Spectacular mountain ranges, evergreen vineyards and to top it off the Western cape has some glorious game reserves. Aquila which located roughly two hours away from the centre off Cape Town and a drive that offers stunning scenery through the Matroosberg Mountains and there’s no reason for you to…

Whale watching in South Africa

There is something awe-inspiring about seeing an 80-tonne whale lift nearly two-thirds of its body vertically out of the water and then come crashing down in an explosion of spray. We watched them rolling, blowing and breaching from the safety of the Hermanus seafront. There really isn’t a better place to go whale watching that off the coast of Hermanus.…

Climbing Table Mountain

Table Mountain is the icon of Cape Town. You haven’t truly understood the scope of Cape Town until you’ve ascended Table Mountain and seen the city sprawled below, dwarfed as much by the steep mountain slopes and the huge expanse of ocean and sky. From everywhere in and around the city you’ll find it peeking out from behind a building…

South African wine tour

South Africa is a country with a wide range of diversity. Huge mountains erupt to reveal the windswept mountain range of Drakensburg stretching more than 1,000 km. The pristine white beaches which then unfold into two giant oceans and the elephants and rhinos that roam the numerous national parks that make South Africa so unique and great. But South Africa’s…

Rome,Italy

The Eternal City, the capital of the world. Rome is crammed full of reminders of its empire that once conquered the world. When walking around the modern day Rome you still get constant reminders of the history of this great city. Between the bars and little cafes you can see the world changing events that make this place so famous.…

Seville, Spain

The most stereotypical of Spanish cities.Seville is the artistic and cultural capital of Southern Spain. The city is filled with famous churches, Architecture and history. With it’s Roman origins, Followed by 500 years of Islamic occupation to it’s now very christian faith. The architecture reflects the city’s diverse history. This can be seen in the the cathedral which was built…

Budapest, Hungry

The capital of communism, the centre of Europe, rough-edged and elegance blended together to give Budapest a real punch. Budapest is really two cities, Buda and Pest. With the Danube splitting both sides of the the city. On one side of the city you have the hilly Buda which offers you impressive architecture and is steeped in history. With the…