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Exclusive catamaran excursion in Walvis Bay 3rd October '20

pelicans of Walvis Bay

The pelicans serenely glided by sat at the waterfront at Walvis Bay. It was magical. I hadn’t realised how large pelicans were, and the colours in their faces were striking. Walvis Bay I’d arrived a little bit earlier than arranged partly because I was worried I was going to miss the catamaran excursion, and partly…read more…

What to see and do in Eswatini 30th June '20

horse riding in Eswatini

What to see and do in Eswatini There are a plethora of things to see and do in Eswatini. These range from your expected African safaris and cultural excursions to much more adventurous activities, unique experiences and national events. You can be sure that there will be something for everyone. There are the highlights of…read more…

Positivity in the Time of Corona 10th June '20

I am forever grateful for the kind and caring nature of Sense Africa guests. Not only have they been in touch and offered help and understanding, they have also helped support a number of community initiatives in Eswatini. This includes buying products from a number of local artisans on line, which in turn goes directly…read more…

To Fly or not to Fly, that is the Question. 10th March '20

I have just an hour by the pool at Tambankula Country Club in Eswatini, it was 30C, so rather hot but I am not complaining at all, I was the only person there so had the whole club to myself. I think I might have burnt the soles of my feet as I walked from…read more…

Crocodile facts 3rd March '20

Crocodile facts Here are top 10 crocodile facts. 1. Saltwater crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) are the world’s largest living reptiles. The average male is 5m in length and weighs around 500kg, with the largest ever recorded being 6.3m long! 2. A human can outrun a crocodile, a crocodile can achieve 12–14kph but only for a short…read more…

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