Skiing in Austria: Adjust Your Altitude

Skiing in Austria: Adjust Your Altitude

Living in South Africa, a light dusting of snow is likely to make the evening news. People pile into their vehicles and follow the trail of cars out into the surrounding mountains, just to scrape together a few icy snowballs. Imagine then, a few days … Continued

Vintage cars

La Dolce Vita: Classic Cars & Lake Como

When our Managing Director, Hector van der Walt, describes an experience as “one of the most incredible of my life” then it pays to sit up and take notice. Hector’s twenty plus years in the incentive travel industry have taken him across the globe. He’s … Continued

Bali: the Value of All-Inclusive Resorts

Last month our incentive team led two trips to Bali. The groups stayed a t a resort set right on the beach, with a beautiful pool area and a fantastic spa. Their accommodation was also all-inclusive, which adds huge value to an incentive trip, especially … Continued

Group Travel: Events as Incentives

Think of the last big trip that you took. I’m sure you’ll agree that nothing captures the imagination like travel, and it’s not just those few days away. The excitement starts building months before you board your plane, and the memories last long after your … Continued

Desert Adventures in Dubai

Rising up out of the desert, the glittering oasis of Dubai is home to the world’s tallest building, fantastical man-made islands and lavish 5-star hotels. It is a shoppers’ paradise, playground to the rich and one of the most visited cities in the world. Recently … Continued

India Chronicles 5 – "Slum dogs" and Millionaires

India Chronicles 5 – "Slum dogs" and Millionaires

  The wealthiest and most populous city of India straddles 7 islands on the west coast of India. From its humble beginnings as fishing colonies Mumbai represents both the past and future of India, if not perhaps the world. More than 20 million bodies call … Continued

India Chronicles 4 – In the Steps of Pi

India Chronicles 4 – In the Steps of Pi

  Following in the footsteps of Piscine Molitor Patel – of The Life of Pi fame, Puducherry became a pilgrimage of the novel type. Tucked away in the basement of a large retail complex on frenetic Nehru Road we were able to locate the Indian … Continued

India Chronicles 3 – 24 hours in Kanyakumari

India Chronicles 3 – 24 hours in Kanyakumari

  Kanyakumari was on our 24-hour transit stop, between disembarking from the North-South train and catching the South-East train the following day. The expansive State of Tamil Naidu stretches out to the North East, boasting a landscape unique to India. Some of India’s most popular … Continued