GOING SLOWLY

GOING SLOWLY

We’re going way off the beaten track to where watches and phones aren’t needed. We are slowing ourselves down to the relaxed tempo of Africa’s own rejuvenating rhythm. We will drink vistas with abundant sunshine, blue skies and long, beautiful days, sunsets and rises, and hear nothing manmade and breathe fresh air.  These are our Going Slowly experiences.

Conjure up sitting next to the campfire, under the horizon to horizon star-ridden African night sky. These are the slow boundless, no-checklist experiences. They are the unplugged digital-detox and connect-with-family-and-friend’s holidays. It is a time to truly get-away-from-it-all and rejuvenate mind and body.

Are you coming?

You’ll struggle to find better way to explore these wide-open spaces in a more relaxed way. Ask us to email you an inspirational pamphlet detailing possibilities to several destinations.

We recommend a minimum of 5 days. Going Slowly tours can be combined with other activities.

“We all want to say thank you for organising such an amazing break for us. We had wonderful and relaxed time with great memories about the activities, the fantastic food and incredible wine!” Beth, Matthew and the boys. Essex

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Popular Location:Kalahari, the Karoo, West Coast, Namaqualand and Eastern Cape
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