Mar 142016
 

If you believe that “A thing of beauty is a joy forever”, then you are guaranteed to get mesmerized at Cape Florist, a floral wonderland. The abundance of rare and exotic Flora and Fauna makes this biodiversity reserve an extremely popular destination. In fact, Cape Floral is one of the top rated biodiversity reserves in the world. Cape Florist has « Continue Reading »

Mar 182014
 
Qatar Airways to Increase Its Frequency to South Africa; Introduce Dreamliner

Qatar Airways is all set to offer tickets on increased number of flights to Johannesburg in South Africa. The airline will now add three flights per week to its current seven flights per week frequency on the route with effect from May 1, 2014. International flyers who are often found scrambling for tickets on flights to South Africa’s City of « Continue Reading »

Nov 052010
 

Virgin Holidays is planning to expand its operations to break into the Australian market. Virgin Holidays is planning to expand its operations to break into the Australian market.Managing director Amanda Wills, speaking to Travel Weekly, explained the company is set to launch in the US in 2011 before looking at possible new opportunities within Australia and South Africa. “We’re a « Continue Reading »

May 202010
 

Travellers have been advised to shop around for South African currency deals before jetting off.  Football fans taking cheap flights to South Africa for the upcoming World Cup are being advised to shop around for the best exchange rates before arriving in the country. International Currency Exchange (ICE) said it is important that people look for the best deal on « Continue Reading »

May 122010
 
South Africa 'abuzz' with World Cup excitement

South Africa is buzzing with anticipation as the countdown to the World Cup continues.  Holidaymakers planning to take aflight to South Africa amid the preparations for the World Cup will find the country buzzing with anticipation. Geoffrey Levy of the Daily Mail wrote that “even the baboons” have caught football fever ahead of the major sporting event, which kicks « Continue Reading »

May 072010
 

Visitors to South Africa can catch a glimpse of the World Cup trophy in all its glory.  Holidaymakers who have booked flights to the South African destinations of Cape Town and Johannesburg could soon catch a glimpse of the iconic Fifa World Cup ahead of June’s tournament. While those travelling to this year’s host nation in coming weeks may be « Continue Reading »

Mar 302010
 
'More to South Africa than the World Cup'

A holiday to South Africa offers more than football, according to an Australian writer. South Africa has plenty to offer holidaymakers beyond this summer’s  hotly-anticipated World Cup, according to an Australian travel writer. Graham Boynton of the Sydney Morning Herald commented that the country has several unique experiences to offer holidaymakers – including wine-tasting excursions on horseback and golfing on « Continue Reading »

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