South Africa has to be one of the most majestic places in the world to travel to when it comes to getting up close and personal with wildlife in their own habitat, not forgetting the epic views experienced under the umbrella of the wide open African skies.
Self drive tours are a must for those that value their privacy and want to wander off the beaten track. If you are in need of transportation, there is always Hertz Car Hire, where you will find the ideal reliable rental vehicle to suit your needs.
Whether you are travelling alone, as a couple or if there is a large group of travellers, the diverse range of vehicles that you will find at Hertz will ensure that your find the perfect fit for your travel needs. You can also simply book your car online, following their easy to use online booking system.
If you are new to the country or would rather like an experienced guide showing you all that this country has to offer, we have that too!
Using a experienced tour guide, like the guides at Elephant Herd Tours & Safaris, means that you will be accompanied by a professional, knowledgeable, friendly guide with an extreme passion for their country and a love for what they do.
At Elephant Herd, their primary concern is your safety and making sure you that your experience is one that will create a lifetime of cherished memories.
With the presence of your own experienced tour guide, throughout the duration of your African safari trip, you will soon find that regardless of the number of times you may have visited the area in the past, their intimate knowledge and insider tales will have you enthralled.
The beauty of the skies in the bushveld, is usually spectacular, but today may prove to be phenomenal!
Friday’s Trifecta : Supermoon, Solar Eclipse, March Equinox! This is truly a rare combination.
Today marks this year’s first and only total eclipse of the sun, when the moon passes directly between earth and the sun, and it’s the last of its kind for another 19 years.
Not only that, this is an extremely rare type of solar eclipse because it takes place when the moon is at its closest distance to Earth, known as a supermoon.
Having a total solar eclipse itself makes a date notable, but March 20 is extra special because it is also the March Equinox! A total solar eclipse coinciding with Northern Hemisphere’s Spring Equinox and Southern Hemisphere’s Autumn or Fall Equinox hasn’t happened since 1662 and will not happen again until March 20, 2034.
Total eclipses of the Sun happen when a new Moon comes between the Sun and the Earth and covers the entire disc of the Sun. In March 20, only 12 hours before the beginning of the eclipse, the Moon will be at its perigee – the point closest to the Earth on its orbit around it. This makes the Moon a Super New Moon.
Come and join us and experience all that South Africa has to offer, as you relax and indulge your sense under the wide vast African skies.