My Travel Genie

Africa

5 tips for Respectful and Ethical travel

Tip 1 Travel on foot, bike, bus and train wherever possible when you arrive at your destination.  You never quite get to know a city until you have walked it.  We found a lot of hidden gems in New York thanks to taking only one subway whilst there. Tip 2 Learn basic phrases in the […]

The South African Safari

There are a couple of options here when considering which areas to visit.  Kruger National Park contains a number of world renowned safari lodges and it is often the first place you think of when looking at a safari in South Africa.  If the safari is top of your list, this is the place to […]

South African Winelands

With so many wines to taste, the red and blue wine trams have to be the best way to experience the winelands.  Head to Franschhoek where you can pick up either of these trams, both of which take you to 7 vineyards in one day allowing you to enjoy the wines without the worry of […]

What to see on South Africa’s Garden Route

Again, as with much of South Africa, there is so much to do along the Garden Route and you will need to carefully consider what you want to see.  We have picked just a few options to get you thinking: Hermanus About an hour and a half away from Cape Town, this is one of […]

What is there to do in Capetown?

There is so much to do in this wonderful city that you really need to spend at least 3 to 4 nights nights here to soak it all up.  We have picked just a few highlights: Table Mountain Table Mountain is the one of the most iconic places to visit whilst here.  You can hike […]

The Blue Train

The Blue Train is amongst the most popular train journeys to take in the world and should be up for real consideration if visiting South Africa.  Many flights from the UK to Cape Town do have a stop in Johannesburg on route and so rather than getting the connecting flight on to Cape Town, why […]

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