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World Tourism Day ’21

World Tourism Day ’21

World Tourism Day Every year since 1980 the world has celebrated World Tourism Day on the 27th of September. This coincides with the anniversary of the UNWTO (United Nation World Tourism Organisation) Statutes. The day is also significant as it marks the end of...

Bush Fire Safety and Etiquette

Bush Fire Safety and Etiquette

There’s very little that can compete with a warm cosy bush fire for an exceptional atmosphere. When you’re out in the wilderness and far removed from the bustle of the city, this is especially true and completes the entire experience. It is, however, necessary to...

What sets iKhaya LamaDube apart from the rest?

What sets iKhaya LamaDube apart from the rest?

You have many options when choosing to visit the Dinokeng Game Reserve and without any prior knowledge about the area or surrounding establishments, it makes it quite difficult to make a decision about your choice of accommodation for the ultimate safari getaway just...

Summer seems to last forever at iKhaya LamaDube

Summer seems to last forever at iKhaya LamaDube

Warm days and cool nights spent around a fire define our winter life here at iKhaya LamaDube. Summer almost seems to last forever under the African sun, amongst the expanse grasslands and in the presence of nature’s most wonderful creatures. Here's why iKhaya LamaDube...

The Do’s and Don’t of your next self-catering getaway

The Do’s and Don’t of your next self-catering getaway

If you’re here then you most likely have an excellent understanding of the concept of self-catering and what to pack for a self-catering getaway. What you might not know about is the ‘unwritten rules’ of a self-catering lodge, the behaviours, etiquette and general...

What to pack for a self-catering getaway

What to pack for a self-catering getaway

Being well-prepared for any sort of holiday is always a good idea but when you’re in the African bush with sometimes limited cellphone reception and quite a drive to any neighbouring shops/establishments, it’s always good to be over-prepared. We've previously covered...