Lilian is truly an outstanding host. Was it his humor, or his French side that we liked? We will let you find out for yourself! What is certain is that he knows perfectly the North region of South Africa (Limpopo and Mpumalanga) and that he is always of excellent advice. His Guesthouse was really a favorite for the Rille Eyes Solidarity team. A warm welcome and an atypical setting await you on site. You will undoubtedly enjoy visiting different animals located in the private reserve where the guesthouse is located. Our host really takes care of his guests. The little extra of our friend Lilian’s guesthouse: his cooking skills!
Everyone wants to come to Cape Town for its beaches and its spaces and they are right. This capital shows a real contrast with the rest of the country. What has marked us is the recommend one thing to you, it would be a visit to Table Mountain. This wonder of nature modernity of this African city. And yes, we were great in South Africa. If we were only to reminds us how small man is in this vast space located at 1086 meters above sea level. To climb it, you have several choices. You can take the cable car which will take you there in 3 minutes or for the more adventurous, different hiking trails are also possible. You can also try to abseil into mind-blowing space. Table Mountain is just a unmissable place to discover.
This famous park has a reputation to uphold. Land of welcome of the “Big Five” but not only, we came out with eyes full of taste buds and images full in the head. We meet and discover many animals. You will have to be patient to see the famous “Big Five”, but what a spectacle when you find yourself facing these legendary animals …
An unforgettable meeting with the members of the village of Grachio. Moments spent cooking with mom Lynette and sharing the day with our hosts. The most impressive thing is the simplicity with which we were welcomed and accepted in the village in order to live like locals. An experience that we recommend without hesitation.
Joburg as we also like to call it: this cosmopolitan city that transpires history and reflects an effervescence like nowhere else. Difficult to speak of only one thing, there are so many things to do and discover in this city. But our hearts capsized when we visited the Hector Pieterson Museum. This transcript of the events that took place during the establishment of the Bantu education law in South Africa in October 1953 until the famous Wednesday, June 16, 1976. This day marked a turning point in the history of the country and which today has become National Youth Day. If you pass by Johannesburg, do not miss this visit, it is definitely worth the the tour.