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Springbok Atlas Tours & Safaris Makes Travel Matter

Today on World Tourism Day, the world is looking to the potential impact our travel has on the world. Powered by our not-for-profit, the TreadRight Foundation, we are making public … Continue reading

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Introduction of Improved Access Security System for the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve

26/09/2019 An ever-increasing threat and risk of wildlife crime and poaching in the Greater Kruger Area has necessitated that the Timbavati Private Nature in conjunction with the Klaserie Private Nature … Continue reading

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Additional Property Updates

26/09/2019 More property updates we have received recently. ACCOMMODATION – SOUTH AFRICA   Premier Hotel Cape Town (Cape Town, South Africa) will be closing its pool deck and swimming pool area … Continue reading

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Sanparks – Kruger National Park New Regulation

26/09/2019 Sanparks has advised that as of 01 September 2019, all guests, tour leaders and guides that are entering the Kruger National Park, must provide identification in the form of … Continue reading

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Travelling from Free State into Lesotho – New Requirements

26/09/2019 Travelling from the Free State into Lesotho, you will require a valid passport which needs to be valid for at least six months after the date of your return … Continue reading

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Suspension Bridge at Graskop Gorge Lift Co Officially Opens

26/09/2019 The brand new fifty-two metre suspension bridge at the Graskop Gorge Lift Co links the southern and northern sides of the Graskop Gorge and is officially open. Although the … Continue reading

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Botswana – The Land of Giants

Botswana – The Land of Giants

Botswana is undoubtedly the home of the authentic safari, where wildlife spectacles create unforgettable African moments. It is well known for its exclusive offerings of high calibre safari lodges that … Continue reading

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Department of Home Affairs Announces Additions to Visa-Free Countries on Entry into South Africa

15/08/2019 The Department of Home Affairs has announced additions to its visa-free countries on entry into South Africa. Out of 193 countries which are members of the United Nations, Home … Continue reading

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The Green Kalahari

The Green Kalahari

The Green Kalahari is a region of the Northern Cape in South Africa and is a land that has been dubbed as ‘full of wonder’. The Green Kalahari is a … Continue reading

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African Bush Camp Opens a New Seasonal Camp

15/08/2019 African Bush Camps has announced that it is offering a new seasonal camp in the Nxai Pan National Park, part of the Kalahari ecosystem in Botswana. Migration Expeditions will … Continue reading

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