You’d be forgiven for thinking that this morning’s mob of groggy, puffy eyed Capetonians were the product of a citywide spike in libido, but I assure you that our sleepless night was due to the 18°C night-time low (cue a collective gasp from the Northern Hemisphere). With the 2010/2011 summer touted by many to be a […]Read Post
Archived entries for Indian Ocean Islands
The Indian Ocean is the third largest body of water in the world and nestled in its warm waters are a number of spectacular tropical islands. Superb beaches and a fantastic variety of adventure activities and watersports. Visit the Indian Ocean Islands section on our website.
At Rhino Africa we have always been fortunate enough to have several consultants who are not only passionate about this continent and bringing visitors to our shores, but also who show a keen interest in Photography. In fact much of the imagery seen throughout our website comes from our consultants and their cameras. So we […]Read Post
The Seychelles is certainly no cheap destination, so I think the key to a successful holiday is to determine exactly what you want out of your Indian Ocean Islands experience. There is something for everyone, and if you are simply looking for a relaxing beach holiday with some great snorkelling or scubadiving, then the main […]Read Post
Madagascar has had its share of bad publicity following the presidential coup in January this year. However, the situation on the ground has calmed down significantly, and the country remains as safe and spectacular as ever. Furthermore, the tourist resorts of Nosy Be and other regions have been unaffected by political events, with island […]Read Post
At Rhino Africa, we are always on the lookout for new destinations and products to provide you with the ultimate African holiday. As such we have broadened our website to include the Indian Ocean Islands and first up is the Seychelles, a stunning collection of 115 islands scattered in the deep blue sea off the […]Read Post
Photo: Dhows at Sunset in Stonetown Harbour Despite my constant travels across Southern Africa visiting the various Hotels and Lodges represented on the Rhino Africa website, it is seldom that I get to spend more than one night in one place. So last week I headed for Zanzibar for week on the beach where I […]Read Post