Best Hotels In Cape Town: Luxury in the Mother City

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The Best Hotels in Cape Town

Looking for the best hotels in Cape Town? Here are some of the best of the best in one of our favorite cities in the world. After all, in a city with hundreds of places to stay there has to be somewhere that’s perfect to take in the views of Table Mountain for everyone. Finding the perfect luxury hotel could be a struggle, but after visiting all of the hotels below we can safely say we know which are the best of the best. We’re also not influenced by marketing budgets like CNtraveler or Forbes, hence the reason our top … Read More

The Great Kazungula Ferry Border Crossing

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Welcome to Africa

We may have spent seven months in Africa this year, but we just experienced one of those crazy African borders at the Kazungula ferry. We finished up our time in Botswana and making our way north through Zambia. For the next month we will be hopping between Zimbabwe and Zambia! We had an amazing time exploring the Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park, but there was one thing that had been looming over our head – the Botswana/Zambian border. The hectic Kazungula border crossing and ferry are notoriously soul sucking. We knew self-driving over the border would go one of two ways … Read More

Why I’m Traveling Africa and Chasing Dreams

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Why Travel Africa Main

Why Travel Africa? In case you’re not up to date. I am Cameron Seagle and I travel the world with my partner Natasha Alden. We run this lovely blog here and we’re currently traveling across Africa in an FJ62. You may ask, why travel Africa? Read More: {HashtagAfrica – An Overland Journey} Tasha and I both have our own reasons for choosing the path we’re on. To many it may appear we have it all figured out and must have the best lives and this is simply not true. We find ourselves constantly out of sorts. For the first eight months … Read More

I Want to Travel the World: 50 Memories in 50 Countries

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I want to Travel the World

We just crossed the border from South Africa over to Namibia. I am over the moon with excitement for what this trip through the Namibian desert will bring. However, it is also a milestone for me because I have now set foot in and traveled through 50 countries! I know that numbers don’t matter and many travelers choose not to “count countries”, but I have always found that setting a goal pushes me to travel the world. Long ago, I told myself I would see the world. Having traveled to 50 countries I have now been in more than 25% of the … Read More

Five Adventures in Cape Town You Need to Try

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There are so many adventure sports to do in and around Cape Town, it’s hard to count. Visitors can choose from every standard adventure sport, such as kite boarding, surfing, mountain biking, hiking, and skydiving. However, for those looking for something different here’s an awesome list that will be sure to give you some thrills. These are all experiences that are unique to Cape Town and you can only find in a few other places around the world.  Here’s a round up of our personal favorite while in the Western Cape.  Five Adventures To Have In Cape Town Shark Cage … Read More

How Much Does it Cost to Travel the World: One year, 19 countries, and $13,500

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The Cost To Travel The World

It’s officially been a year since we dropped everything, left New York City, and packed our bags to see the world. It was mutually decided that our twenties were too valuable to spend doing something we didn’t believe in. In 12 months we managed to visit 19 countries across two continents: Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Cyprus, Turkey, Italy, Morocco, Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, Greece, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Mozambique, and Lesotho in that order. So much does it cost to travel the world? The Cost to Travel the World When we left we had a decent savings account, but ultimately had no … Read More

We Traveled the World for a Year with a GoPro: Here’s What Happened

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Our Best GoPro Travel Shots From One Year Around The World

So, it’s officially been 12 months since we quit our jobs, left our NYC apartment, and packed up for a life on the road to travel the world for a year. We had so much positive feedback detailing our first six months of travel (told by a GoPro,) that we decided to update everyone on our next six months. If you missed it, feel free to catch up and check out our GoPro travel story from Latvia to Serbia. We pick back up here in Serbia and finish the year at the tip of Africa. Needless to say, it’s been a … Read More

Driving Abroad for the First Time, From Europe to Developing Nations

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Driving Abroad The First Time

Driving abroad for the first time is a fear many have, but is it justified? I recall the ball of nerves Tasha and I were when we first rented a car in Germany, to drive down the autobahn. It was a foreign country, we were young, the car was a manual, and the roads had no speed limit. We didn’t even make it out of the parking lot before I stalled, having the parking lot gate close on me and requiring us to retrieve a new exit pass to get on the road. Not a good start. However, I lived and I’ve … Read More

Budget Safari Accommodation In Hoedspruit To See Kruger

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Playing Around With the Zebras in South Africa

Hoedspruit is becoming the new gateway to the Kruger National Park, the largest national park in South Africa, and there are a plethora of reasons why.The undeniable feature of the region is the awe-inspiring Blyde River Canyon, which dominates the horizon. The large expanses of natural landscapes filled with wildlife extend beyond Kruger to the neighboring private game reserves of ThornyBush, Timbavati, Guernsey, and Klaserie that are easily accessible in the Kruger region. The addition of animal rehabilitation centers into a safari trip in the lowveld does not even require entering the Kruger.   The Way To Save On Accommodation Around … Read More

A Couples Guide to Experiencing the Best of Iceland

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The Best of Iceland

Iceland is a land that is just waiting to be uncovered. Intimate hot springs, beautiful glaciers, majestic wildlife, and striking waterfalls come together in this Nordic country and it is sure to dazzle any traveler. There is no right or wrong time to visit Iceland. Summer months yield 24-hour days with a never-ending bar scene, and long winter months provide complete darkness and the Aurora Borealis. Iceland is certainly not a place where you will be bombarded with mass amounts of other tourists like some of its European counterparts, instead, visitors will find the perfect amount of adventure, tranquility, romance, … Read More