Gauteng Province – Self drive tour of major sites

Gauteng, the only landlocked province in South Africa, is also the smallest. Gauteng meaning ‘place of gold’ got its name from the thriving gold industry here. Its capital is Johannesburg and it’s home to about 8.8 million people. Even though Gauteng is dominated by the surrounding suburbs of Johannesburg and Pretoria it also boasts some of […]

Australia Travel Tips – Getting to know Sydney International Airport

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport is the busiest airport in the country. It has 3 terminals; an International Terminal (T1) and two Domestic Terminals (T2 & T3) and it’s only about 12km from the city centre. Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport is the longest continually serving airport in Australia, and indeed the world having been founded in […]

Australian Driving Culture

When driving on Australian roads you will also have to deal with Australian Drivers. Check out this guide and get an inkling of what to expect. When you are driving in Australia you will need a valid license that is written in English. If it isn’t written in English then you will need an International […]

Guide to the Golden Gate Highlands National Park

Often described as a heaven on earth, The Golden Gate Highlands National Park is located at the foot of the Maluti Mountains in the North Eastern Free State of South Africa. It’s a spectacular overlapping mountain retreat, spanning 11,600 hectares. Find out all you need to know about one of the regions; main tourist attractions.  […]

Free State Province – What to take in on a self drive tour!

South Africa is made up of nine provinces; the Northern Cape, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Limpopo, North West, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Kwazulu Natal and The Free State. The Free State Province, previously named ‘The Orange Free State’, is located in the heart of South Africa. With its flat plains, amazing wildlife, breathtaking landscapes, dramatic skies, and […]