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Picnics at Hayward’s Safari House
When you book into the Hayward's Safari House you have many options to jazz up your stay. One of these is setting up a Gourmet Picnic around our Oasis or in the gardens of the house. The oasis waterhole is adjacent to the house and is frequented by ever present...
Escape The City Limits
Everyone right now is looking for a quick breakaway, to stifle the monotony and deadlock of the COVID-19 lockdown period. Set just 80km north east of Johannesburg, lies the greater Dinokeng region (Place of Rivers), teeming with wildlife and adventure. The Hayward's...
African Storytelling Keeps Rich Traditions and Local Cultures Alive in Modern Times
African storytelling has kept the rich history of Africa and her many societies, laws, traditions, and cultures alive through the centuries since our human ancestors first lived on the continent more than 5 million years ago. Rather than today’s traditional methods of...
The Kruger National Park is Africa’s Greatest Conservation Story
Each year approximately 950 000 people travel to visit the Kruger National Park located in the Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces of South Africa; which is today recognised as the world’s largest safari sanctuary. Comprising local tourism and international inbound...
Why Local Safari Destinations Are Key for the Incentive Travel Market
As South Africa slowly opens up travel restrictions in August 2020 with the start of intra-provincial leisure travel for South Africans within their own provinces, its international borders remain closed for the meantime. However, what is apparent is that the more our global travel future becomes unpredictable; so the increase in demand for more once-in-a-life time travel experiences – and for top incentive achievers there is still a lot to be discovered within the borders of our own vast and untamed country.
How to #TravelSafe on a Secluded African Safari
This is the time to use trusted travel curators and tour agents whose businesses are bonded (financially insured) and who can provide a more secure response to any further possible Covid 19 changes and cancellations which might impact your travel plans.
Sustainable Travel ‘Safari Tourism’ is Designed for Low Impact & Big Experience
Sustainable travelers want to be engaged and informed. We want to reduce the impact of tourism while we travel and explore. We make a conscious difference to the wildlife and local communities we are visiting with our responsible travel activities and environmentally focused choices.
Luxury Safari Travel for Private & Remote Travel Experiences
The all new Big5 Dinokeng Reserve is just one hours’ drive from Johannesburg and offers wildlife experiences on a par with the Kruger National Park for your next safari travel trip close to home.