Tourism Tattler Issue 3 of 2019

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This edition continues our ‘Africa’s Story’ theme as we explore the magic of South Africa’s Karoo Succulent Biome within Inverdoorn Game Reserve under the Conservation section, get Safari Gear advise from Steve Adams of The Safari Store in the Lifestyle section, investigate the future of DMC’s with Tourvest in the Technology section, and review an overland version of Isuzu’s X-RIDER 4x4 Double Cab in the Transport section.

ISSUE 03 2019

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Africa’s

Story

CONSERVATION

MAGIC

in the Karoo

Succulent Biome

LIFESTYLE

Safari Gear

TECHNOLOGY

The Future of

Traditional

DMCs

TRANSPORT

Review:

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X-RIDER 4x4

Self-Drive

NAMIBIA

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established privately owned company specializing

in the rental of 4X4 vehicles and equipment to

those who wish to embark on a self-drive tour to

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Our services include:

• 4x4 Vehicles

• Roof Top Tents

• Camping Equipment

• GPS

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Based in London, the Atta has members

in 22 African countries and 37 worldwide.

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smaller accommodation providers

throughout South Africa.

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of global destinations committed to

Quality Services and Green Growth.

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through Tourism

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initiatives that contribute to international

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ENVIRONMENT

MAGIC

in the

Karoo Succulent Biome

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Story

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Spring in South Africa

heralds the wildflower season,

when the semi-arid Karoo landscape

transforms itself as if by magic

from shades of grey and tan scrub

to a cornucopia of colour from August

through to early October each year.

For visitors who want to witness

the blooming of flowering succulents,

there’s no better place to

do so than at

Inverdoorn Private Game Reserve

in the Breede Valley.

The succulent gardens at Inverdoorn viewed towards reception

over a carpet of Sour-fig (Carpobrotus edulis)

aka Hottentot-fig, ice plant, highway ice plant or pigface.

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Malephora (aka Mesembs) - an endemic

succulent in the ice plant family grows

abundantly at Kuganha Tented Camp.

Factoid: During the apartheid era, South

African scientists used Malephora to create

a chemical poison.

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Conveniently positioned within a 2.5 hour drive from Cape Town International Airport,

and 40 minutes from Aquila Game Reserve, Inverdoorn straddles the Karoo Succulent

Biome - an area that covers 116 900 square kilometres, and a biodiversity hotspot with

over 6 000 plants, 40% of which are endemic.

Tucked within the Klein Karoo’s Breede Valley district, Inverdoorn has its fair share

of endemic flowering succulents, many of which are artfully displayed throughout

the landscaped gardens surrounding Inverdoorn’s reception, main lodge, guest room

chalets, and the Kuganha tented camp.

Within the 10 000 hectare boundaries of the reserve, some of the minutest species of

endemic succulents lie hidden, with interesting colloquial names, and found nowhere

else on earth.

Above: Endemic minutism - ‘bababoutjies’ (Afrikaans for baby bottoms), ‘gansmis’ (goose droppings),

and ‘volstruistone’ (ostrich toes). Below: Ivory Dewfig (Drosanthemum eburneum).

Of course, as the images depicted on the following pages clearly show, there are many

Unique Reasons to Visit Inverdoorn Game Reserve besides wildflower viewing. Read

our TripAdvisor Review ‘Magical Tranquility at Kuganha Tented Camp’.

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This pair of rescued male elephants come to quench their thirst from the

swimming pool at Inverdoorn’s Kuganha Tented Camp each day and have become

used to seeing humans floating in their drinking water.

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The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species is once again

drawing attention to the plight of giraffe, which are considered as‘Vulnerable’ with just 68,293 mature

adults remaining worldwide. Fortunately, Invadoorn’s giraffe are thriving, with a new baby having been

born on the reserve earlier this year.

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The cheetah-run viewing platform at Cape

Cheetah, the rescue and rehabilitation centre

founded at Inverdoorn in 2001 by Western

Cape Cheetah Conservation.

Watching a cheetah reach speeds of up to 120km/h is certainly a unique experience. These daily

exercise routines, when the young cheetah work for their evening meal by chasing after a carcass

pulled at high speed, are conducted during sunset game drives.

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The luxury at Invadoorns’ Kuganha Tented Camp include private dining platforms, spacious 66 square

metre safari tents, delectable cuisine, and the Kuganha Spa Detox.

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Desert Mistletoe (Phoradendron californicum)

- an alien invasive parasitic plant is killing off

many of Inverdoorns’ Acacia thorn trees.

The secret to a memorable Big 5 safari: the people. Here, Tourism Tattler’s Chase Langkilde poses at the

entrance to Invadoorns’ Kuganha Tented Camp with camp assistant Marri Janse van Rensburg,

Chef Anamarie van der Merwe, and Field Ranger Mareesa Swart

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LEISURE & LIFESTYLE

Safari Gear

Long Sleeve Safari Shirt

Meticulously tested to ensure both wicking and

its anti-insect qualities, these essential, stylish

safari garments offer a boost of added defence.

• This shirt features SPF50+

• Available in Katavi Khaki, Khaki Olive, and

Baobab

FEATURES:

• Weight: 160g (Women’s), 240g

(Mens); • Two chest pockets with

button closure;

• +Vent hidden system along back

top seam to keep you cool;

• QuickDry material means you can

wash and go in no time;

• Roll-up sleeve tabs.

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To answer the question: “What’s the best clothing and gear

to pack for an African safari?” we turned to Steve Adams,

experienced field guide and owner of The Safari Store.

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In developing our range of safari clothing, luggage, and gear, we sweat so our clients don’t have

to, by expedition-testing every item under extreme African conditions. The range is constantly

growing, and the online store is home to key travel products that no traveller to Africa

should be without.

Zip-Off Safari Trousers Boys’ & Girls’ Shirt Safari Shoes (Veldskoen)

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FEATURES:

• Weight: 300g (Womens), 327g

(Mens); • Anti-bacterial - keeps

trousers smelling fresh without

washing; • Five multi-functional

pockets including two cargo

pockets, one zipped back pocket,

and two hand pockets; • Adjustable

waist - elasticated strip hidden

inside waistband; • Belt loops - to

style trousers or shorts with your

favourite belt; • Button & loop

system for trouser legs to be rolled

up and secured.

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FEATURES:

• Weight: Only 240 grams;

• Ripstop extra strength & antibacterial

fabric; • Pockets: Two

chest pockets with velcro closure

for easy access, as well as a zipped

security pocket; • Moisture Wicking

- draws perspiration away from skin

and promotes quick evaporation;

• +Vent System - along seam-line

of back, top section of the shirt;

• QuickDry; • Roll-up Sleeve Tabs;

• SPF50+ - an effective sunblock

for your childs clothing.

FEATURES:

• Weight: 1.27kg; • Made in

Africa; • Suede cow hide upper

(1.6-1.8mm), with cow calf lining

(1-1.2mm); • In-sole: Leather veg

tanned with Eva runner of 3mm;

• Sole: crepe (not natural crepe);

• Braided flat laces; • Sole thread:

braided 1mm thread; • Steel

eyelets.

Women’s Trousers

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Leather Washbag

RUFIJI EXPLORER HAT

A hat is one of Steve’s

recommended safari essentials.

Wide-brimmed enough to give solid

sun protection, it’s also so light that

you barely notice you’re wearing it

– a great choice for Africa’s sun.

• Weight: 200g; • Unisex • Made

from water-resistant canvas;

• Packable; • Adjustable fit via

internal drawstring; • Plaited

leather headband; • Detachable

chin strap with elephant toggle;

• Mesh sides for superior air flow.

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SELOUS LEATHER WASHBAG

• Weight: 1.2kg; • Length: 32cm;

• Width (rolled up): 16cm; • Height:

8cm; • Width (unrolled): 46cm.

The Mara&Meru Leather Selous

Washbag, with wooden soap box

features: • Soft cowhide leather;

• Wooden soapbox - fits into one of

the smaller pockets; • Large main,

zipped pocket; two smaller pockets;

and a smaller hidden pocket

accessed through a zip at the top of

the bag.

Leather Washbag

Pocket Binoculars

SWAROVSKI CL10X25

Steve recommends high-quality

binoculars as the top safari

essential. If you are looking to

travel light without compromising

on the optical quality of your

binoculars, this compact pair offers

an incredible level of performance.

• Weight: 350g; • Length:

110mm; • Width: 98mm; • 10x

magnification; • Field of view:

294ft/1000yds / 98m/1000m;

• Shortest focusing distance:

8.2ft/2.5m.

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icon to buy any of these items online for worldwide delivery.

Ordering clothing and hats online can be a daunting task, especially if your safari gear is being

shipped to you from abroad, so we’ve developed a measuring guide to make sure you order

the right size the first time.

Steve Adams.

Want to know what to pack for your African Safari? Download the list HERE.

Leather Travel Bag Safari Voyager Bag Selous Satchel

FEATURES:

FEATURES:

FEATURES:

• Weight: 2.6kg (with end pockets); • Dimensions: 27x27 x13cm;

• Length: 75cm; • Width: 32cm; • • Made from canvas and leather;

Height: 28cm.

• Style your bag with your choice

of zip-on front flaps in a range of

The Mara&Meru Safari Voyager

designs; • Detachable backpack

(Your Everything Bag)

straps clip on from a hidden

• Made from safari-grade leather compartment; • Detachable canvas

and canvas; • Core Voyager bag shoulder strap; • Leather belt loops.

with removable end pockets; • • Removable binoculars pouch.

Detachable end pockets double as Inspired by the age of classic

stand-alone bags and satchels; • safari, choose how to wear this

Padded waterproof layer effective in customisable bag - perfect for game

light rain showers.

drives, walking safaris, and every

day use.

Leather Bag

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• Weight: 2.65kg; • Length: 60cm;

• Width: 45cm; • Height: 30cm.

The Mara&Meru Quintessential

Leather Bag (Safari,Travel,Everyday)

features: • Safari-grade leather;

• Large, cavernous interior

accessible via the horseshoeshaped

zip; • Two zipped outer

compartments for transporting and

separating smaller items; • Padded

leather handles and removable

shoulder strap; • Lockable brass

zips with leather tags.

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Insect Repellent

Safari Watch

SUUNTO AMBIT3 PEAK SAFARI

& EXPLORER WATCH

This is Steve’s favourite safari

watch. To further enrich its features

the Ambit3’s built-in GPS, heartrate

monitor, weather monitor, and

sports function, enables you to

analyse and share your adventures

via the mobile connection.

• Weight: 92g; • Measurements:

50 x 50 x 17 mm; • Bezel: Steel;

• Lens: Sapphire crystal; • Strap:

Silicone; • Case Polyamide.

Steve recommends Australianmade

Bushman Insect Repellent

for your safari.

• Safe and effective 40% DEET

content; • Repels mosquitoes and

a range of flying and biting insects;

• Pump spray for easy, all-over

application; • Slow release active

for long-lasting protection • Sweat,

water, and rub resistant • Neutral

odour • Easy-wearing properties.

Safari Torch

P7 LEDLENSER SAFARI TORCH

A great torch is essential gear for

every outdoorsman and woman.

This is Steve’s first choice for

safaris, adventure travel, and

expeditions for its size, durability,

and outstanding high-quality light.

• Weight: 175g; • Length: 13cm;

• Lumens: Up to 320lm; • Range:

Up to 260m; • Power Supply: 4 x

AAA batteries; • Battery life: Up to

25 hours; • Our overall rating: 9/10.

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icon to buy any of these items online for worldwide delivery.

Essential safari accessories are like the glue which keeps your other gear together. The Safari Store

supports Responsible Tourism through our YOUbuy,Wegive initiative, so every purchase contributes

to conservation and communities in Africa. We also protect the environment by saying no to plastic

for our own name brand products and packaging.

Steve Adams

First time ordering from an online store? Watch Steve’s step-by-step How To Order guide.

Kingfisher Earrings Africa Pendant Necklace Africa Silver Ring

Mara&Meru Malachite

Kingfisher Silver Earrings

These dainty, handcrafted silver

earrings are made in Africa and

capture the grace of the beautiful

Malachite Kingfisher. Match these

earrings with the necklace to add a

touch of nature to every day.

QUICK FACTS:

• Length: 3.5cm (1.3”); • Sterling

silver; • Kingfisher Size: 1.5cm x

0.5cm.

Mara&Meru Africa Heart

Silver Necklace

This original piece of sterling silver

jewellery for those who have left a

piece of their heart in Africa. Comes

with adjustable length silver chain

leather cord, allowing you to wear

the pendant to suit the occasion.

QUICK FACTS:

• Length: 50cm (20”); • Sterling

silver; • Adjustable length silver

chain; • Leather cord; • Pendant

Size: 2.5cm x 2cm.

Mara&Meru

Africa Silver Ring

This ring was designed to remind

you of Africa’s people, explored and

unexplored places, and spectacular

wildlife. Handcrafted in sterling

silver; giving back to Africa through

YouBuy, WeGive.

QUICK FACTS:

• Africa Size: 1.5cm x 0.5cm;

• Ring sixe: Three sizes.

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Story

TECHNOLOGY

The Future Of

Traditional

DMCs

The future of traditional Destination Management Companies (DMC’s) hangs in the

balance as new online entrants to the tourism industry disrupt the traditional travel retail

and wholesale space across the globe and South Africa’s inbound industry is no exception.

How sustainable is the traditional buying and distribution chain and how will DMC’s

continue into the future? Tourism Tattler turned to Tourvest DMC for some answers.

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“From a macro perspective, the Fourth

Industrial Revolution presents South Africa

and the inbound travel trade industry with the

opportunity to create and disseminate more

commodities to international markets in real

time through technology. However, technology

alone is not enough. Sustainable success

will come to those companies who deeply

understand their customers, the destination

and can distribute relevant, market specific

product efficiently.” says Martin Wiest, CEO at

Tourvest Destination Management.

Dieter Holle, Chief Information Officer at

Tourvest Destination Management says, “We

need to be the best hybrid; tech and human

travel expertise combined in the same business.

It’s the years of experience in the industry that

let us look ahead with confidence and make

big decisions for the future. We are building

a platform that solves many of our challenges

and gives our customers what they need to sell

our products, alongside the large OTAs and

Meta Searches of today.”

After 20 years of using the Tourplan tour

operator software platform, Tourvest

Destination Management, parent company

of several travel brands including Tourvest

DMC, has deployed a sophisticated ‘network’

of Tourplan instances, all carefully aligned,

synchronised and standardised throughout six

countries of their inbound operations. Tourvest

Destination Management has developed

numerous in-house engineered applications

to complement the off-the-shelf product and

provide unique competitive advantages online.

“Although technology is now the engine

through which we drive our product and

marketing, our Travel Specialists are still the

skilled and well experienced drivers behind the

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wheel in our business today. We have built a

premier real-time B2B solution for our clients’

convenience, which has created the opportunity

for us to turn rapid changes in technology into

a competitive edge for our clients. Our digital

offering gives clients the flexibility to streamline

initial quoting and enquiry processes but all

of this is backed up by our team of experts.

The ‘human touch’ and our related services

are ultimately what separate traditional DMC’s

from online disruptors.” says Martin Botha,

Chief Operating Officer at Tourvest DMC.

In as much as Tourvest DMC has adopted

technology to streamline processes for its

clients, its core business is consulting, and it

is its people, their knowledge and passion for

travel and tourism and the relationships with

suppliers that have been built over years. This

is where their competitive advantage lies and is

what drives the business.

“We’ve readjusted our strategy to invest

more into this core area of specialisation, to

enhance both client and guest experience. Our

Guest Impressions department duly allows the

business to streamline administrative processes

out of operations into administration, in order

to free up more time for our Travel Specialists

to consult,” says Suzanne Benadie, Sales

Director at Tourvest DMC.

Tourvest DMC’s Guest Impressions department

ensures that 24-hour assistance is readily

available for guests travelling in the Southern

African region. The various value-adds, which

are available through traditional channels, such

as on the ground support for travellers is still a

major selling point along with personal touches

and concierge services.

For more information visit tourvest-dmc.com

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TRANSPORT

ISUZU

X-RIDER

4x4 Double Cab

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I

f you’re looking for a mid-range budget 4x4 double cab

with rugged looks and top-class overland accessory options

straight off the dealers floor, look no further than Isuzu’s X-RIDER.

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F

irst introduced to South Africa in 2016 as the popular KB250, the rebranded

X-RIDER is now a permanent part of Isuzu’s bakkie fleet. Tourism Tattler got to testdrive

the accessorised double cab on our review trip to Inverdoorn Private Game

Reserve near Ceres in the Breede Valley region of the Klein Karoo.

The accessories fitted to this demo model included Old Man Emu shocks, canopy

with fold-out RSI kitchen and roof racks, ARB Intensity spot lights, and skid plate.

Following a partnership between Isuzu and 4×4 Megaworld, buyers can select from

a range of approved accessories which are fitted to your Isuzu before taking delivery.

It’s all covered under warranty, and, best of all, can be financed with the vehicle

purchase.

With its 5-speed manual transmission and powerful 2.5L, 16-valve, 4-cylinder diesel

engine, this 4x4 bakkie is definitely the vehicle for work and play.

2.5L DIESEL ENGINE | 100KW POWER & 320 NM TORQUE | ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL

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REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY | GENUINE LEATHER CONTACT SURFACES

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“Dirt roads give you a piece of mind.”

RSI SMART KITCHEN

The modular kitchen unit includes: a 2 Plate Gas

Stove | x4 Beer Glasses | x4 Wine Glasses | Scissors

| Salt & Pepper | x2 Match Boxes | Cork Screw |

x4 Steak Knives | Braai Tongs | Stainless Spatula |

Wooden Spoon | Bread Knife | x4 Tea Spoons | x4

Spoons | x4 Forks | x4 Mugs | x4 Plates | x4 Bowls |

Stainless Kettle. Price: R13,995.00.

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