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10/11/17 |
Top Things To Do in Ndola

Discover Ndola's Copperbelt Museum, Copperbelt Museum, Mupapa Slave Tree and a authentic restaurants.

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10/11/17 |
Beira, Mozambique

Our visit there was a very interesting one for me historically. I had been studying the area of former Rhodesia, now Zambia and Zimbabwe and Beira played a significant role in shipping by rail from the Port of Beira to the inland armies during the wars.

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01/11/17 |
Travel to St Helena Island with Giltedge Ocean Islands

St Helena island is now open to tourists! With the first commercial flight launched by Airlink this month, St Helena Island is now accessible by air and travellers no longer have to go on the five-night voyage by the Royal Mail Ship St Helena.

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30/10/17 |
Londolozi Game Reserve, Sabi Sand, South Africa

Londolozi. The very name conjures up images of becoming enamoured by the majestic reality of witnessing copious leopard sightings. Since I can remember, and became aware of the existence of Londolozi somewhere in the late 1980’s, it has been my deepest desire to visit the place where leopards take centre stage. When the opportunity presented itself to visit the place of my reveries, I was met with the quandary of who would accompany me on this journey to the habitation where rosetted creatures reign.

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26/10/17 |
A little trip to Antananarivo, Madagascar

Antananarivo. Antana-na- what? Yes it’s bit of a tongue twister. The locals call it Tana, and it’s the capital city of Madagascar, the world’s fourth largest island. I’d been to Madagascar before – way before I started this blog – and my first trip there left me longing for more. So when SA Airlink, asked me to join them on a whistle-stop tour of the Madagascar’s capital city, I couldn’t say no.

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26/10/17 |
Things To Do in Gaborone, Botswana

Gaborone may not be high on everyone’s travel bucket list. But ‘Gabs’, as it’s affectionately known by locals, makes for a convenient stop-over while travelling to points north (Maun, Kasane, etc), or south (South Africa and Johanesburg), so many overlanders and tourists find themselves in the city.

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26/10/17 |
10 Reasons To Love Durban

With stunning beaches, loads of activities and the coolest, most laid back vibes, Durban offers an amazing holiday and great welcoming into the South African culture. If you’re an easy-going type of traveller, fancy a chilled morning surf or stroll on the beach and love exploring different cultures and food, then Durbs is the place for you.

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26/10/17 |
The magic of the Phinda Game Reserve

When you get caught up in the urban life and strife in South Africa, do yourself a favour (budget permitting of course), spend a few days in the South African bush. It truly is the most revitalising way to clear your head and get some perspective of how you fit into nature's food chain.

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25/10/17 |
Touch Down on St Helena Island

Giltedge Co-Owner, Murray Gardiner, was on board the historic flight as it touched down on St Helena’s spectacular runway. The smooth landing opened a new chapter for this remote and truly remarkable island which, until that moment, was only accessible on a five-night voyage on the Royal Mail Ship St Helena.

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