The Drive South Africa Blog

The BEST Overlanders you Should be Following

This blog will outline the best Overlanders in South Africa, who are filled with stories and different experiences that will take your breath away. At Drive South Africa we are passionate…

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Botswana Photographer of the Month - Michael Klaver

Michael KlaverWe asked Michael a series of questions that will help us learn a little more about himself and to see why he has taken such a liking to Photography and of course Botswana.…

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The 6 Best Safari Camps in Botswana

Botswana’s beauty has to be experienced by being closer to nature and what better way to do that is to be camping. That is why Drive South Africa has created the 6 Best Safari Camps…

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Namibia Photographer of The Month - Rian van Schalkwyk

Our first photographer for March and it could not have a better pick.  A little about Rian, firstly he is not just a photographer but also a medical doctor. If you have had a look at his…

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Exploring the Skeleton Coast in Namibia

If you are looking for an escape from the busy city life or famous attractions, the Skeleton Coast is one of the best places to consider.  Located along the western coastline of Namibia,…

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The Perfect Namibian Safari

Namibia offers endless photo opportunities with the sun rising over the dunes and the seals along the coast.  Then there is the wildlife in Etosha and the Himba tribe up north.   When…

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What do you Need to Know When Going on Safari?

Africa is on the wishlist for many, and planning an African safari is rather exciting!  Being a first-time traveller to Africa, it can be daunting and find a starting point might be…

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Best Time To Visit Cape Town

Cape Town, known to locals as The Mother City.  And rightfully so. This is where Jan van Riebeeck of the Dutch East India Company first set foot in South Africa back in April 1652.  Cape…

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What Animals Can You See at Sandfontein?

Sandfontein Lodge & Nature Reserve is the perfect retreat in southern Namibia. This 200,000-acre nature reserve is a private hideaway that makes a great stop en route to Etosha,…

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A History of Simon’s Town

Simon’s Town – a name that every Capetonian knows.  It is a stunning place to spend an afternoon as well as an ideal place for a weekend getaway – but what remains is the love…

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