The Rhino Africa Blog


Archived entries for  April 2014

Welcome to Delaire Graff Estate

Delaire Graff

Smoky, smoky… I detect gooseberry, aromas of cut grass, hints of citrusy tropical fruit. The way people talk about wine is almost absurd. It makes poets of us all. We are utterly seduced by finding the right words to describe the precise flavours that tickle our palates and noses. ‘Wine is sunlight, held together by water,’ said […]

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True confidence: Le Quartier Français

Le Quartier Francais

Sophistication tends to adopt a neutral palate. Creams, whites and a whole library of beige have become synonymous with luxury. Some would criticise the trend as dull. It takes confidence to buck the norm and quirkiness to believe that elegance can coexist with the more exuberant colours of the spectrum. Le Quartier Français has just the […]

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Rhino Africa Launches Africa Traveller Magazine

We know we’ve told you about this lovely magazine before, but we’re too proud not to remind you once more. Plus, there’s the issue of a competition that needs winning. We’re giving away an Olympus SP-100EE to one lucky reader – you can spot the giveaway on pages 12 and 13. Visit the Africa Traveller Magazine website - […]

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Jingle All the Way… to Africa | Festive Season in South Africa

Jingle All the Way… to Africa

Is there anything more perfect than Cape Town in the Summer? Over December, the sun comes out, beach umbrellas pop, wetsuits hang from balconies as their sun-kissed owners relax with G&Ts. There is a distinct holiday mood that runs through the city – night clubs stay open late, winers and diners pour out onto the […]

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Safari in Style | An Ellerman House & Singita Special

Safari in Style – From Ellerman House to Singita

We have a long love affair with Ellerman House and Singita. Over the years we have watched both mould into the leading establishments they are today, raising the bar for luxury in the wilder parts of Africa. When it comes to planning adventures, we know an experience at either will have globetrotters so smitten with this continent they’ll […]

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The White Pearl of Mozambique

Ponta Mamoli White Pearl | Mozambique

If you’re going to listen to Robert Frost and take the ‘road less travelled,’ then forget Thailand, forsake Greece, laugh off Hawaii and while you’re scratching off destinations that have been done, redone and then over-done, bypass Spain and Bali. As the great man said, it’ll make “all the difference.” We know what you’re wondering: […]

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My Trip | A Walking Safari Is Not For The Fainthearted

Snap-happy on Safari

With the help of consultant, Landy Kent-Millar, our clients Eric and Conny Claassen headed out on safari to Rhino Post and Plains Camp in a private concession in the wilderness of Kruger. Game viewing in such concessions is nothing but spectacular, with lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo roaming freely.  To get as close as possible to the creatures big and small, […]

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