The Malopeni Overnight Eco Trail is a guided one night motorised adventure trail which travels along management roads in the area to the north-east of Phalaborwa Gate up to the Letaba River.
Blog posts: Hiking
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It was a cold start up at 2865 metres, but the crystal clear morning air made for breathtaking views down the winding Sani Pass road we’d climbed the day before.
Flying into Tanzania from Kenya is an unforgettable experience. We landed just as the sun was setting, and as we stepped off the plane we were welcomed by the orange glow of a typical African sunset. We were there to face the challenge of climbing the tallest peak in Africa.
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In my backyard is a mountain I want to share with you.
The challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro can be wrenchingly arduous, but at the same time indescribably fulfilling. To summit such a natural wonder in the company of friends is the experience of a lifetime.
The Jonkershoek Nature Reserve offers exceptional hiking. The high peaks, deep kloofs and myriad river system facilitate abundant plant and animal life as well as challenging routes.
Hot springs, giant ants, whooping monkeys, clove cigarettes and machetes: one man and his mute travelling companion’s experience of a jungle trek in Northern Sumatra.
This awesome walking trail wends its way along both coastal edges of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, allowing trekkers a halfway rest in charming overnight huts near Cape Point.
There is something quite surreal about dining beneath a Milkwood decorated with lanterns,trailing through fynbos to see bontebok and cycling near a vlei before sunset. The De Hoop luxury, catered trail allows you to dwelve into nature and escape to the remote.