Tag: KZN

iSimangaliso developing to conserve through restitution and growth

Filed in Communities, Conservation, News, Uncategorized by on May 31, 2017
iSimangaliso developing to conserve through restitution and growth

In 2000, when the iSimangaliso Wetland Park was listed and proclaimed as South Africa’s first world heritage site, the region in which it is located was marked by a declining tourism economy. The proclamation of iSimangaliso consolidated 16 separate parcels of land, including a patchwork of earlier proclamations dating back to 1895. This marked the […]

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Memorable Encounters at Amakhosi Safari Lodge

Memorable Encounters at Amakhosi Safari Lodge

The evidence was there. Huge impressions left in the dusty road, paths through the lush grass, green and succulent after the recent unseasonal rains. They were moving in an easterly direction. There were broken branches and tufts of grass strewn across the road. It had been dull and cloudy all day, but as dusk approached […]

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Talking Responsible Tourism on the KZN South Coast

Filed in Awareness by on July 19, 2013
Talking Responsible Tourism on the KZN South Coast

Last year’s announcement by the World Tourism Organisation – that international arrivals had topped the one billion mark – should ring alarm bells for anyone who’s involved in travel and hospitality.  It means that fully one seventh of the world’s population is now on the move every year – and that means we need to start […]

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Granny Mouse, a glorious place to unwind…

Granny Mouse, a glorious place to unwind…

It was a glorious autumn morning, a chill filled the air and all around the plane trees were shedding their leaves. Our welcome was warm and our new suite absolutely superb. It didn’t take long for us to forget the hectic work schedules we’d left behind. My husband and I had been invited up for […]

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‘Watch out for that tree…’

‘Watch out for that tree…’

Call me a wimp, if you will, but the thought of careering through the tree tops at breakneck speed was not really my cup of tea! But I was committed… daybreak brought dull rainy weather, ‘a reprieve’ I thought gleefully – alas no, the Drakensberg Canopy Tour operates in all weather (except thunder storms). Even […]

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