Posts Tagged ‘family’
This year marks the 62nd Dusi in Durban, KZN. The first Dusi was started on the 22nd of December 1951, borne from Ian Player, who thought up the idea of the Dusi while fighting in WW1. Something to distract him and his friends. (more…)
South Africa is a country filled with diverse culture, a torn history, a yearning to heal its wounds. A country full of life and love, a culture of food and wine, Shebeens, Shanty Towns, dancing, 11 official languages, animal skin dresses, Bikini’s and Braai’s. As a South African you should traverse every inch of your country, leave no rock unturned. But of all the wonderful places to visit, there are 10 that are a must see. Add them to your bucket list. (more…)
The south coast of KwaZulu Natal is abundant with the kind of scenery that will provide the perfect backdrop for all your summer activities during your time spent in this sunny province. There are a myriad of activities there for you to choose from, what you eventually end up spending your time on will have more to do with your personality and favourite pass-times than the options available to you. With all this, you may be very pleased to find out that Optima Holidays has a range of KZN South Coast holiday deals for you to choose from and what makes these deals great are the reasonable price tags attached. You will not have to fork out an indecent amount of money to enjoy a vacation in one of the most scenic coastal areas in all of South Africa. (more…)
King Shaka’s province, KwaZulu Natal is a favourite destination for many and this probably has a lot to do with the weather. All year round, temperatures remain sky high which means you will not have to schedule your visit at any particular time of the year to catch all the good weather. (more…)
If peace and quiet is what you’re after then The Drakensberg Traverse is the most perfect trek you could imagine.
There have been the first sittings of snow on the Berg! Like all of you living on the east coast, snow is a somewhat unfathomable enigma that both excites and confuses.