South Coast The South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal consists of a string of beautiful beaches, river mouths and lagoons all fringed by an almost continuous ribbon of coastal development – hotels, malls, housing developments, camp sites and small towns.
Regional Travel: Exploring Namibia | INDWE MAGAZINE Our tour kicks off in Windhoek, the country’s capital. The history of the city, and indeed the country, can be read in its layout and architecture. Sights like **Alte Feste** (the old fortress, now a museum) and the Lutheran Christus Kirche (Christchurch) are reminders of the German rule, which lasted from the late 1800s until the end of World War I.
Farm Inn - The Farm Inn is a privately owned country hotel on the Eastern outskirts of Pretoria, only 20 minutes from Pretoria's Church Square, 50 minutes from Johannesburg and from Johannesburg International .
A PIECE OF GREECE: CLUB MYKONOS | INDWE MAGAZINE Wet your water wings with activities ranging from fishing trips to wet bike rides to a relaxing cruise. While the kids enjoy a fun day out with Chester the Donkey and the bubbly staff at Club Onos, indulge yourself at the Health & Leisure Centre or play a round of Mini Golf. Read More: http://indwemag.blogspot.com/2015/03/your-little-piece-of-greece-club-mykonos.html
FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS: BELGRACE BOUTIQUE HOTEL | INDWE MAGAZINE The mood is undoubtedly set on arrival with abundantly scattered rose petals around the Jacuzzi, champagne on ice, and candles everywhere. Who could wish for a better setting for special quality time together? The hotel is ideal for anniversaries, engagements, intimate weddings, birthday celebrations, and special time out from the world. Read More: http://indwemag.blogspot.com/2015/02/belgrace-boutique-hote.html
FLIP FLOPS AND SANDY SPOTS: RSA’S BEACHES | INDWE MAGAZINE The country has more than 2,500 km of coastline, stretching from the cold waters off the arid West Coast region, southwards around the tip of Africa, and heading up again all the way to the lush St Lucia estuary in the east. Read More: http://indwemag.blogspot.com/2015/03/flip-flops-and-sandy-spots-rsas-beaches.html
THE DEVIL’S POOL AT VICTORIA FALLS | INDWE MAGAZINE Imagine floating in a natural rock pool right on the lip of the largest waterfall in the world, looking down into the gorge far, far below as the waters of the great Zambezi River thunder past, the spray rises and perpetual rainbows dance in the air.
The Garden Route, with its tangled forests and deep river gorges fronting white beaches or craggy headlands, is heaven on earth. The Southern Right whales have gone back to Antarctica for the summer, but there are dolphins aplenty, and you may spot some humpbacks or even Bryde’s whales, either from shore or on a boat trip. Read More... http://indwemag.blogspot.com/2015/03/sas-beaches-garden-route.html