nelis wolmarans photography

Presentation Evening with Nelis Wolmarans

  [space height=10] presents… [space height=10] An evening with Renowned Wildlife Photographer [space height=10] [space height=10] More about Nelis Wolmarans… [space height=10] A Private Wildlife and Photographic Safari Guide   I am a born and bred South African wildlife photographer, whose images have covered the pages of numerous publications across the globe. I grew up...
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tripcase – Travel App to Travel Smarter

Download FREE AWARD WINNING APP for iOS and Android    BEFORE YOU TRAVEL   Complete your profile Add other email addresses and manage your notification settings from your TripCase profile. Login from a desktop to access your profile page. Add a trip your way Auto-import: If you booked through a TripCase affiliate, lucky you! Your...
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Newsletter May 2017 – WTM Africa

WTM Africa 2017 Yolanda and I had the privilege of attending this year’s WTM Africa Event held in our own Mother City.  With 23 appointments set up over 2 days of the event as well as a speed networking session, I got to meet with so many representatives of Companies all over Africa and South...
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Hovering tower in Dubai

An architecture firm wants to build a hovering tower in Dubai Could the world’s (or rather universe’s) craziest tower be built in Dubai?This is the most out-there concept we’ve seen in a while… It would be the world’s tallest tower (by a long shot). The only way to leave it would be by parachute. And...
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dubai with kids

21 Outdoor Adventures in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

Camp like a Jedi Dramatic landscapes and adventure opportunities don’t come much more striking than the setting for the planet Jakku in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The scenes were filmed in the Abu Dhabi desert and it’s a great place for overnight sleeping under the stars. Moreeb dune is considered by many to be...
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Visa Free countries for SA Passport Holders

Did you know?   SA Passports have Visa-Free Access to 59 Countries   The latest data on passport ranking reveals that there is some hope for South African travellers wanting to explore international frontiers without having to go through the painstaking process of applying for expensive visas. South African travellers carrying an official passport have...
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Ilze Nel – Mauritius 2016

Mauritius is an island of infinite variety. Standing in the middle of the buzzing market of the Port Louis Main Bazaar, you experience the melting pot of cultures best, surrounded by vendors selling typical Chinese vegetables, freshly baked baguettes, morsels of Indian sweets…you are spoiled for choice and don’t know where to start tasting. I...
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Yolanda Barkhuizen – Avalon River Cruise 2016

FROM PRECIOUS PRAGUE TO PARISIAN PASSION… River cruising – What an amazing way to experience a destination. Precious towns with a bit of passion – this is exactly how I would describe my Avalon cruise. We started with pre-accommodation in Prague, cruised from Nuremburg to Remich and ended off with post accommodation in Paris. It...
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Mireille Kearns – Seychelles Visit 2016

      I had the privilege of visiting Seychelles in October 2016 and what an experience!  Situated in the Indian Ocean and consisting of 115 islands, Seychelles is a nature lover’s paradise. It felt like stepping into a different world abundant in white sandy beaches, clear blue waters and calming green forests.  Beauty that really left me...
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Tips for preventing jet lag

Eight tips for preventing jet lag    Flying across time zones confuses your body  which can cause insomnia, poor concentration and even digestive problems. While there’s no way to completely beat jet lag, here are several things you can do to ease the discomfort. Adjust your internal clock. Several days before departure, start shifting your...
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