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Update – December 2018 – Travelling in and out of South Africa with children.

Lynda
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It’s changing again …..travelling in and out of South Africa with children… documentation requirements for travelling in and out of South Africa are relaxing …….but don’t take a chance! For some years there has been confusion, anger and many tears shed over the anti-child trafficking regulations that the South African government brought into being, which

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Water and Life

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With the ever increasing cost of our fresh water supply and changing weather patterns around the world, saving water is on everyone’s mind, especially when drought hits us and we hear of the possibility of water shortages and even water wars. 70% of the earth is made up of water but only about 3% is

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How to restore your soul…. Royal Jozini style

Lynda
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Here is a slideshow presentation giving, in just a few minutes, an overview of what Royal Jozini is all about. A visual feast of scenery, lake, lodges, game, fishing and more, just to give you a taste of the real thing.  So that you might get a glimpse of what it might be like to

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Travelling with children?

Lynda
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In an effort to curb child trafficking, the South African government has instituted new regulations pertaining to children coming into and out of the country. All children under 18 years old must have a copy of their unabridged birth certificate with them (or equivalent from their own country). However, if you have applied for a

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How to thoroughly enjoy the natural splendour of southern Africa

Lynda
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Being outside in beautiful natural surroundings is a great privilege and it is no wonder that so many South Africans love it. But there are ways of getting an even richer and more meaningful experience out of it. In fact there are a handful of tips from seasoned travellers that can make a huge difference

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The things they will confiscate at the border

Lynda
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Many of us tend to view our neighbouring states as additional South African provinces. That is until we arrive at the border and discover a whole new world. Our neighbouring countries have different rules and regulations with regards to what you can import and export. Understanding these rules can make the difference between a great

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Use this packing checklist and never be caught out again

Lynda
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Packing your luggage for a holiday adventure can be very frustrating and confusing at the best of times. Trying to anticipate the weather and activities ahead, while being conscious of not taking too much with you is not easy. Add to this the complications of travelling to a neighbouring country, potentially into self-catering accommodation and

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Shoot wildlife photos like a pro with these simple tips

Lynda
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Southern Africa provides plenty of opportunity for experiencing breath-taking nature, majestic wildlife and the hospitality of our people. Arriving back home we start looking through all the photos we took on our journey, and too often they just don’t come out right – they are shaky and out of focus, the colour is wrong and

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How to catch a Tiger in 9 easy steps

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Many South Africans enjoy the excitement of a safari into the great African wilderness. Over the years we have been served images of adventure tourists traveling far into Africa to experience the thrill of catching the mighty Tiger fish. But it is not necessary to travel so far, as this unforgettable experience can be enjoyed

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