Locals and tourists can visit the ancient Outeniqua yellowwood, estimated to be about a 1,000 years old, after it was inaccessible for almost three years due to roadworks in the area carried out by Sanral.
General manager of Fairmont Zimbali and Resort Wayne Krambeck said they faced unprecedented situation despite having huge growth between November 2019 into March 2020. 
Premier Alan Winde said that people must continue being vigilant to show that the southern tip of Africa ‘can do it safely’.
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Keys struggles to stay open
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Are Africans welcome?
Safari companies cut rates.
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Getting lost is really easy, stressful and risky.

Competitions WIN an accommodation getaway for 2 at Three Tree Hill Lodge worth R15 000

WIN a 2-night stay, including all meals and one complimentary sundowner, at Three Tree Hill Lodge!

Lifestyle SANParks ‘exuberant’ about gradual reopening

In spite of some logistical challenges preventing full operations, SANParks is open for bookings.

Local getaways KZN braces for influx of tourists as province opens its doors

As the days are becoming warmer, beaches along the north and south coasts in KZN will be welcoming visitors in droves.

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Grootbos adventures in Gansbaai, the great white shark capital of the world

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Suites at the property are surrounded by fynbos and birdlife is spectacular.

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What’s next for STA Travel customers left thousands of rands out of pocket?

Lifestyle What’s next for STA Travel customers left thousands of rands out of pocket?

While some are hoping their loss will be covered by travel insurance, others are hoping a credit card refund is possible under South Africa’s consumer protection laws as they paid for goods and services that they never received. 

Government Interprovincial travel allowed, four more airports to reopen – Mbalula

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula announced on Tuesday that four more airports have been permitted to operate under Level 2 travel regulations.

Business News Not the end of the road for travel agencies, says Asata CEO

Although not sustainable in the long term, domestic travel could be the saving grace for travel agents in the interim while the sector waits for international borders to open.

International escapes Covid-19: backpackers stranded in Australia tell their story

Foreign backpackers play an important role in the Australian economy, in particular in the tourism and agriculture sectors are now stuck in the country due to border closures.

Business News STA Travel in SA closes up shop

STA Travel’s owners filed for insolvency last week, and South Africa offices have closed all operations.

Covid-19 ‘The traveller of yesterday is not the same as today,’ says tourism minister

The culture of tourism in South Africa and globally have changed as explorers now need to keep Covid-19 in mind.

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Forget spas and bars – hotels flaunt housekeeping to lure back travellers

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Some would-be travellers say they’re just not ready to return, no matter the assurances.

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Dinokeng: The only Big Five game reserve in Gauteng

Local getaways Dinokeng: The only Big Five game reserve in Gauteng

The game reserve is about an hour and a half from Joburg and its northern reaches touch the border with Limpopo.

Covid-19 ‘A good feeling’ – Tour guides excited as they return to work under Covid-19 protocols

Situated on the banks of the Vaal River, the camp usually could accommodate up to 200 people, but would now be forced to cut the number to 50 to adhere to Level 2 regulations.

Local getaways SA private game reserve reopens two lodges with $25 million refurbishment

For the first time, Shamwari Private Game Reserve is offering a full-day safari package.




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