Marvelous Maldives

The Marvellous Maldives…. where sands are as white as the smiles of the locals, fish swim merrily in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, the weather is a dream, and the deep rays of the sun wait to engulf you in their arms! The Maldives is becoming a very popular honeymoon destination, or even a romantic getaway for two!

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Must Do: First Time Visitor to Cape Town

This is the Mother City and hailed as the Fairest Cape in all the World. There is plenty to do, experience, taste, and plenty to see: so, get your camera out, plonk your hat on your head, grab your sunglasses and head out!! Get ready to sizzle your taste buds at restaurants ranging from the 5-star to funky, take in the most amazing sights, walk some interesting and scenic trails, swim with penguins, dive with sharks, drink some of the world’s finest wines on historic wine farms and laze on breathtakingly beautiful beaches. It is time for an adventure!!!

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Mighty Victoria Falls

This is one place it is worth traveling across the world to see!! The mighty Victoria Falls is one of the greatest physical spectacles in Africa. It is one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World. Almost half way along the massive Zambezi River’s 2700 km journey from source to the sea, it hits a chasm spanning the full one-and-a-half kilometer width of the river, and plunges headlong 100m creating the biggest curtain of falling water in the world. Many superlatives are not enough to convey the magnificence of this spectacle. You will just have to see it for yourself!!

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Best Drive in The World: Cape Town to Cape Point

This journey is 140 kilometres of sheer joy!! With expansive views of mountains, spectacular beaches, quaint fishing villages, historic towns, winding roads cut into steep granite mountains with bays and endless sea, valleys and small harbours. This visually stunning road trip is one of the top 6 scenic road trips in the world. For variety of scenery and experience I think it is the best drive in the world. Put in on your Bucket List and tick it off at the first opportunity!!!

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Fun Festivals in Mauritius

Mauritius is a multicultural melting pot, with a curious blend of Indian, Chinese, British, French, and African influences. It is a successful multicultural society, a melting pot of traditions from far-off lands. Tourists here are treated not just to its natural gems – the clearwater beaches, tropical forests and rare flora and fauna – there is also significant interest in the lives of its inhabitants, their customs and foods. The many festivals in Mauritius are an excellent way to learn and experience these different cultural experiences. Mauritius is only 3h55m from OR Tambo Airport in South Africa on South African Airways, British Airways and Air Mauritius.

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For Maldives

The Maldives, known to the locals in their native language (Dhivehi) as Dhivehi Raajje, are an archipelago of 1,192 coral islands grouped into 26 natural coral atolls in the Indian Ocean. They lie south-southwest of India and west of Sri Lanka. None of the coral islands measures more than 1.8 metres above sea level. Only 192 islands are inhabited by its 300,000 inhabitants. More than 100 islands that have been developed for the top end of the tourist market.

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For Seychelles

The Seychelles Islands are absolutely magical, like heaven on earth! Seychelles is an archipelago (an extensive group of islands), located in the Indian Ocean. Despite this distance from the Africa’s continent, the nation is, politically, part of Africa. The Seychelles consists of 115 islands, of which 42 are designated as granite or granitic islands, and 73 as coral islands. These islands are then sub-divided into the so-called Inner Islands and the Outer Islands. The main islands are Mahe, Praslin, La Digue, Silhoutte & Assumption.

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For Zanzibar

Zanzibar is regarded as the home of Swahili – it is spoken in its purest form here and in pockets on the coast of Tanzania and Kenya. Zanzibar is 1 hour ahead of South Africa. Visas are no longer required by S.A passport holders when visiting Zanzibar. A valid passport with at least two blank pages. A copy of a valid return or onward ticket. As of December 1, all that is required for entry into the country is a valid SA passport.

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