Bringing Baroque Music to Johannesburg

Bringing Baroque Music to Johannesburg
Let’s face it, 18th century Germany and 21st century South Africa are not exactly a natural match. Forget over 300 years of difference and all that has transpired during the last centuries. Geographically and culturally, we are talking about two worlds that are very far apart. However, as many people say, music unites people all over the world. Always has, and always will. Perhaps therefore, it comes as no surprise that there are young singers in South Africa who actually are attracted to opera Read more [...]

Summer fun with the family in Egypt

Summer fun with the family in Egypt
As a parent, it can sometimes be hard to get the right balance between educational sights, fun attractions and enough downtime for everyone on a family holiday. After all, you and the kids will want to enjoy yourselves, even if you're hoping that your youngsters will learn something during their travels. If you're aiming to fit all of that into a holiday, as well as get some sunshine, I think Egypt is a great choice - especially if you go on a twin centre break. What this means is that you Read more [...]

Top African Adventures

Top African Adventures
The words ‘African Safari’ are always synonymous with adventure. When you go to visit this vast continent, you are usually signing up for the great outdoors, getting up close to dangerous wild animals and living in basic accommodation close to nature. There are huge numbers of exciting, thrill-seeking and dare-devil activities available to visitors and here are a few, chosen by adventure experts Safari Consultants: Rwanda gorilla tracking Getting close to an enormous mountain gorilla Read more [...]