Bark in the Park Festival

Bark in the Park Festival: This Sunday, December 15th, Serendipitty Rescue (Pitbull) will be hosting Bark in the Park Festival at Westville Athletics Club from 10am – 5pm. The aim of the event is to raise awareness and funds for Serendipitty who assist with adoptions and care for unwanted Pitbull’s. All dogs welcome on condition they are on a harness and are socialised. Featuring the local sounds of Achemy, RadioRush, Cactus Club, Candice, Setting Sons and TYPE-7, supporting great local talent which be performing at the event. In no time, you … [Read more...]

KwaNzimakwe Multi-Trail Park on KZN South Coast a treat for nature lovers, 4×4, off-road and hiking fans

KwaNzimakwe Multi-Trail Park on KZN South Coast a treat for nature lovers, 4×4, off-road and hiking fans: The long-awaited KwaNzimakwe Multi-Trail Park will be launched on Sunday, 3 November, giving nature-lovers and outdoor enthusiasts the chance to experience this unique Ugu South Coast Tourism (USCT) route development project. Commenting on the initiative, CEO of USCT, Phelisa Mangcu, said: “Through the KwaNzimakwe Multi-Trail Park we are looking to create exposure of the area as a tourist attraction and increase visitor numbers, … [Read more...]

KwaNzimakwe Multi-Trail Park on KZN South Coast a treat for nature lovers, 4×4, off-road and hiking fans

KwaNzimakwe Multi-Trail Park on KZN South Coast a treat for nature lovers, 4×4, off-road and hiking fans: Front (L-R) USCT CEO Phelisa Mangcu, RNM Tourism Portfolio Commission Chairman Hilton Boyland, USCT Board Chairperson Joy Crutchfield, Tourism Co-ordinator/Chief Representative Victor Jaca, RNM Mayor Cynthia Mqwebu, and General Sales Manager Halfway Toyota Shelly Beach Steven Jones. BACK: (L-R) Manager Halfway Toyota Automark Shelly Beach Theunis Barnard, Tourism Development GM Mazethu Zondi, and Tourism Membership Officer Nokulunga Radebe. … [Read more...]

Is the Kruger National Park still worth the visit ?

Is the Kruger National Park still worth the visit ?: Despite the effect commercialization has on the Kruger National Park –  here are some reasons why it is still worth your while to visit the Park. The Kruger National Park covers a vast area, the size of a small country (19 485 km²). More species of large mammals are found in the Kruger National Park than any other African game reserve (147 species). The Kruger National Park  is a Bird lover’s paradise with more than 500 bird species inhabiting the Park. The size and diversity of … [Read more...]