Grootbos – A Natural Wonderland

By Dawn Jorgensen   Ask me about my idea of wonderland and I will describe to you a place where mountains roll across sand dunes into the ocean. Hiking trails

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Botanical Wonderlands of South Africa

Botanical gardens have been at the forefront of human understanding and knowledge of our natural environment for hundreds of years and have enabled both experts and laymen the opportunity to

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West Coast Wonderland

South Africa’s west coast offers the opportunity to get immersed in the endemic Fynbos flora and the unique species of bird, reptile and mammal that are completely at home in

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Fresh Food from the Garden

As the lodge industry moves ever further into an era of sustainability and eco-friendly practices, lodges who grow their own produce are becoming increasingly popular places to stay. Not only

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The Sounds of Dawn – Uganda Birding

Really it’s all about the dawn. The sounds at dawn. It starts with the pouring of water from a bottle, followed by what sounds uncannily like the broken-down starter of

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Sunset Cruise on the Zambezi Royal

We arrive at The Wild Horizon’s jetty to the mesmerising sound of African voices harmonising over water. A group of men, dressed in traditional skins are singing and dancing, the sounds are

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Madagascar: A Dream Destination for Nature Lovers

Home to some of the richest rainforests in the world, it should be no surprise that Madagascar is a dream destination for anyone with a love of nature. Whether you

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Discover Flora and Fauna in South Africa

If you’re planning on holidaying in Africa this summer then you may want to consider The Telegraph Floral Tour in August. You’re probably wondering what this is, right? Well, The

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Deal of the Day: Relaxing Old-World Luxury in Quaint Bucks County, PA, from $149

As you might guess by the name, Peddler’s Village is one of those too-quaint-to-believe throwback towns that make you forget about Facebook, self-driving cars, and fiber optics. The old Quaker

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