We aim to give our clients interesting information on what we have been up to, why we do it and how we do this via the news page on our Share Africa Travel website as well as our social media portals; Twitter and Facebook. We would like to invite you to share your thoughts on our news developments by using the Facebook comment box below the article or by contacting us directly.

Facebook Competition - Cultural Overnight Township Tour

Share Africa  Travel has a new Facebook competition for a Cultural Overnight Township Tour in the weekend of the 11th and 12th of May. Can you manage to understand what Kobus says in the video? Kobus is a local entrepreneur who works in Camps Bay. Find out exactly what he says and send the corre... Read more

Live like a local for one weekend!

Share Africa Travel arranged an overnight stay in the Gugulethu Township from the 9th of March till the 10th of March. The group was about to experience the true life of a resident in the township. The group consisted of eight people and the guide called Mvuyisi. Everyone met each other at t... Read more

Local is lekker; slave to the music!

Last weekend our team, joined by our sister companies, celebrated our yearly office outing. This years theme was "Local is Lekker; slave to the music!". To kick off the theme our team on Friday morning departed the city centre and headed for Athlone, a suburb of the Cape Flats. The Cape Flats is ... Read more

Newsletter November 2012

Need a break? 10% off for all Overland Tours Time always flies and therefore we would like to remind you how important it is to take a step back and take some time for yourself and your loved ones. Escape to the most wonderful places in southern Africa. Let these places inspire you and enjo... Read more

World Responsible Tourism Day 2012

The new age of Tourism! Today, the 7th of November, we’re celebrating World Responsible Tourism Day. A universal movement that’s growing like quick-fire. In 2002, 280 representatives from all sectors of tourism from 20 countries attended the Cape Town Conference on Responsible Tourism in De... Read more

#CCC2 - Looking Back

A big success! A week ago the 2nd event of Cape Town, Culture & Club took place. This time it was something totally different. It wasn't only about meeting the locals in the township, but also actually about copying the habits and behavior. The students ate like they did, played like they did, trie... Read more

Cape Town Culture & Club #2 – Gugulethu – NIGHT & DAY

CCC – Cape Town Culture & Club is a new concept of Share Africa Travel. We want to take students, interns, volunteers or other young people out. We want to discover the culture and nightlife together with them. We organize a cultural event during the day on which they learn something about So... Read more

WIN TODAY - World Tourism Day Celebration

Today, 27 September is World Tourism Day. Its purpose is to foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic value. The event seeks to address global challenges outlined in the United Nations Millennium Development Goal... Read more

We have moved!

On September 2012 Share Africa Travel has moved from the colorful Bo Kaap to the vibrant heart of the Mother City, Longstreet. Our offices can be found at the top of Longstreet in the building '210 on Long'. Our contact details have remained the same. Long Street The Share Africa Travel team ... Read more

Students go Khayelitsha

Cape Town, Culture and Club 1 The first Share Africa Travel students event, Cape Town Culture and Club (CCC#1), took place on July 14th, 2012. Students from eight nations (South Africa, Germany, France, Netherlands, South Africa, Mozambique, Angola and Nigeria) met in front of the Share Africa Trav... Read more

Facebook Competition

We are currently running a Facebook Competition LIKE the Share Africa Travel Facebook page share the page on your wall ask your friends to LIKE it too once they have LIKED it they need to write us a message saying who referred them the person who refers the most will be able to choose hi... Read more

Press Release

Press release Website Release and Fair Trade tour Cape Town, 20th June 2012. Share Africa Travel Introduction Share Africa Travel guarantees to offer responsible holidays that will be unforgettable and benefit the destination at the same time; responsible travel in a fun, honest and pure way ... Read more

YouTube Channel ShareAfricaTravel

Recently we created our own YouTube channel. Here, you find videos from our team travelling the southern part of the African continent. With the videos we want to give you information about this beautiful part of the world. But not only boring facts, it will be funny, exciting and maybe sometimes s... Read more

20% Discount - Garden Route

All confirmed bookings until 30th June 2012 get a 20% celebration discount on our Garden Route group tour. This 7-day tour will take you along the beautiful sceneries of the Western Cape. Drive from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth and miss nothing in between. Enjoy the beautiful coastlines on the India... Read more

First Newsletter

Every good relationship starts with a proper introduction and this is who we are: Let us introduce to you - from left to right - Pia, Tinus, Loyiso, Roos, Ruschdah, Anne, Johannes and Sander. All of us are very happy to assist you with arranging the perfect stay in Southern Africa. Share Africa... Read more

Interview Travel Radio

The team of Share Africa Travel is very proud to have given the first radio interview at the Indaba Trade Show in Durban this month. We are happy that sustainable tourism gets recognized by the different tourism authorities as well as the media. In the interview we spoke about who we are, what we do... Read more

Gugulethu Community Church

We painted the church In December 2011 the Share Africa team was joined by a group of volunteers and community members to give the Gugulethu Community Church a new fresh look. The church has been operating from a small garage for many years and lacked the funding to give it its new look. The chur... Read more

Share Social

Share Africa Travel has gone social with a fresh new Facebook page as well as a Twitter account. Our team of travel specialist works on these accounts on a daily basis to keep you up-to-date about the things to do in South Africa, the do's & don'ts of responsible travel and the where to go and c... Read more

World Responsible Tourism Day

WTM WRTD Share Africa Travel is a supporter of the World Responsible Tourism Day 2012. The WTM World Responsible Tourism Day is now four years old and is getting more widely supported every year. All of the supporters are looking to play an important role in showing what the travel and tourism indu... Read more

The Code against Child Sex Exploitation

We are proud to say that we are one of the first tour operators in South Africa that has signed the Code against child sex exploitation in tourism. The Tourism Child Protection Code of Conduct, “The Code”, is an instrument of self-regulation and corporate social responsibility, which provides i... Read more

Tinus Steyn

On the 4th of April 2011 did Tinus Steyn, originally from the Kruger Park area in South Africa, join our team. With lots of experience in the tourism industry in- and outside the office do we believe that Tinus will be of great value to our team. We are looking forward to working together and give T... Read more

Bafana Kids - Second Year Handovers

From March 28th until April 1st, the Trust’s mobile team hand delivered second-year kits (consisting of soccer balls, training jerseys, keepers gloves and shin guards) to 12 township teams around Cape Town. The experience was a moving and influential one, and not just for the kids… The rush of ... Read more