Recent Chobe and Northern Botswana Floods – An Aerial View

Hi Folks

I recently got these pictures of the floods in Chobe and Northern Botswana.I thought it would be a great idea to post these pictures here, to give you an idea of the scope of the floods.Feel free to comment or send an email to: david@island-safari.com

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Published in: on April 16, 2009 at 12:28 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Come And Enjoy Some Oysters With Pick and Pay From July 3 – 12, 2009

Hi folks

I just thought that it would be a good idea to post this specific event happening from July 3 – 12, 2009.I am posting this so far in advance, to let you know of it’s magnitude and for those who like to plan in advance.It is the Knysna Oyster festival hosted in conjunction with Pick and Pay.

Remember to check our Knysna Accommodation section, on our Cape Town Tours website, if you are interested in booking accommodation when coming down for this event.

You can visit the official website here: http://www.oysterfestival.co.za/

Festival Information:

More than 100 activities, ranging from cycling, running, bowling, soccer, wine and whisky tastings and gala evenings will take place in the Garden Route town.

The festival will also present a variety of oyster-related events including the annual oyster-shucking (opening) competition, the oyster eating competition and the Pick ’n Pay Oyster & Wine Mardi Gras – an evening of oysters and wine tasting.

The children’s programme will include youth theatre, puppet shows, creative art workshops and a cooking course.

So guys I hope you could all make this sepctacular event, and maybe send us some feedback, on how you experienced the festival to: david@island-safari.com

oyster

Have A Nice Day

The Island Safari Team

Cape Town – The Visual Experience

Hi Folks

We have recently added a Cape Town Videos section to the Cape Town Tours website.We hope these videos will visually give you an idea of a future tour or trip to Cape Town.

Here is the link:

Cape Town Videos

Please feel free to comment.

Thanks

The Island Safari Team