December is a joyous time of year, a time to celebrate the successes or put to rest the disappointments of the past year, and to unwind and recharge for the year ahead. It’s also when people take to the roads en masse to visit family, go on holiday and get away from it all. Read More
Last month I had the privilege of attending the Mazda Wildlife Fund’s Sunset Serenade in the Kruger National Park. The purpose of the event is to raise funds and awareness around anti-rhino poaching.
For those of you who don’t know, The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (commonly known as Coachella) is an annual thee-day music and arts festival held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California in the Inland Empire’s Coachella Valley. Read More
Warm summer nights are heavenly but they also bring with them the terrors of the night – AKA mosquitos! How do you beat the mozzies without having to use toxic chemicals which are harsh on skin and worse for the environment? Read More
When going on holiday you might want to ensure that you stay at a green hotel, and you’re in luck because eco-friendly ones have been on the rise. There are some surprising finds, though, which are perfect for the adventurous eco traveler.
While you’re thinking about green holiday destinations and eco-friendly modes of travel, don’t forget what’s right under your nose: your luggage. How you pack for your getaway can make a huge difference in lowering your carbon footprint.
If you’re getting away for a spring fling or much-needed break, sometimes there is no way around having to step onto a plane. But before you do, here are some tips to show you how to fly green.
World heritage site Maropeng, widely recognised as the place from which all humankind originated, is gaining acclaim as a top green destination in South Africa.Maropeng, situated at the Cradle of Humankind heritage site in the Gauteng province, has been awarded a gold certificate of membership by en Read More
When Joaquin Valverde bought Valverde Country Hotel in Muldersdrift, west of Johannesburg in Gauteng, about nine years ago, he had a vision to transform what was an abandoned building into a thriving business.But Valverde didn´t want to do it the conventional way – he wanted an eco-conscious busines Read More