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Recommended Tipping Guide when on an African Safari

These are rough guidelines and suggestions on gratuities while travelling around Africa on a per person basis meaning per person travelling so if you are a couple, multiply by two etc. NAMIBIA Porters N$10.00 per person Car guards N$5.00 per evening out Guides N$100.00 per person per day Professional guides N$150.00 per person per day Hotel / camp / lodge staff US$4.00 per person per day   ZAMBIA / BOTSWANA / MALAWI / ZIMBABWE / MOZAMBIQUE /INDIAN OCEAN ISLANDS Porters US$ 2.00 per person Guides/Trackers US$7.00 per person per day Professional Guides US$15.00 per person per day Hotel / camp…

Yoga, Hike and Meditate in the Majestic Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa this September 2017

Champagne Sports Resort Wellness and Detox Retreat . Looking for that africa yoga safari with a difference… well imagine restorative yoga at the foot of the majestic Drakensberg mountain range with nutritious meals and rejuvenating hikes up into the mountains.  Take invigorating hikes up into the mountains. All while staying at the most beautiful and comfortable hotel in the Drakesnberg chosen for the sole purpose of replenishing your body, mind and spirit. We will be waiting for you from 28 September – 2 October 2017 – 4 nights and 5 days Join Kerry- Lee Jenson (Experienced Yoga Teacher…

Yoga and Mother Nature

Yoga is an ancient Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline that includes meditation, breath control and specific body postures, and is widely practiced for health and relaxation. Yoga teaches you how to harmonize the body with both the mind and your breathing techniques by means of a series of body positions called asanas, and by meditation. The origins of Yoga probably date back some 6,000 years, but the discipline was not introduced into the West until the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. It has only become really popular as a system of physical exercise since the 1980’s.  This popularity followed […]

The History behind Royston Hall Guesthouse

The History behind Royston Hall Guesthouse In 1897 the Property was purchased by John Henry woods by deed of grant on Public Auction from the British Crown. He passed away before transfer took place. His estate sold the property within the year to Captain Hitchens, of the Curry Shipping Line who had a vested interest in the ships plying the waters between Durban and the then Port Shepstone Harbour. The Building of the House Captain Hitchens commissioned the house to be built by George Sinclair and his son Colin circa 1899 – 1902 for his wife as a week-end beach […] Facebook