In 2010, Joy de Witt contacted CHOC to arrange a walk up Sani Pass to raise funds for CHOC.
‘The land of the rising sun’ is a place of game, adventure and rich history. It’s also geographically the most diverse in the country! Follow the Panorama Route for a brilliant way to explore this province - the route is scenic, steeped in South African history and centred around the world’s third largest canyon, the Blyde River Canyon.
In the ‘wild’ province of the Eastern Cape, also known as the adventure capital of South Africa, you’ll find vast expanses of untouched beach, bush and forest. An area with enticing attractions, among them the Addo Elephant National Park (home to over 600 elephants!), dramatic Wild Coast seascapes, numerous Big Five malaria-free game reserves and,
Like a bedazzled crown of the Indian Ocean, an incredible 1 200 islands sparkle in the warm waters off the coast of Sri Lanka. Of them all, only 200 islands are inhabited by local Maldivians and nearly 100 islands have been developed as tourist resorts, the remaining are entirely uninhabited.
Restful Winelands and beautiful, bustling coastlines embrace iconic attractions like Table Mountain, Robben Island and the Cape of Good Hope, consistently drawing crowds to the Mother City. But beyond this obvious beauty and within easy reach, the open road leads to everything your travelling heart may desire.
One of the world’s richest platinum reserves is also home to the glamorous Sun City gaming and entertainment resort, an enormous range of leisure options, a wonder of premier wildlife destinations and two UNESCO World Heritage Sites! There's plenty to see, do and explore. Welcome to what is also known as the heritage destination of SA!
From the sticky-aired hub of the big city, to an endless coastline of beaches that stretch beyond beauty; from the lofty Sani Pass to the snow-capped heights of the Drakensberg Mountains, KZN offers a mishmash of wondrous places that’ll make your head spin and your heart smile.
Gauteng may be the smallest of our nine provinces, but it’s demanding to be recognised as one of the coolest, and with very good reason.
One Horizon is both an experiential travel company and a not-for-profit humanitarian aid organisation. Eugene Yiga spoke to founder and CEO Colin Murray to find out more.