Charlotte Pedersen, CEO, Luxaviation Helicopters, says: “Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show provides an excellent opportunity for us to discuss with new and existing customers how we can support them in combining their yacht experience with their helicopter needs. We are looking forward to offering advice and support for attendees on how our expertise can help them to navigate these two highly regulated fields.
Nestled by grand Table Mountain, Cape Town is the symbolic heart of South Africa. Rich with markets, commercial districts and the panoramic views of the Cape of Good Hope, no trip to South Africa is complete without a trip to this cosmopolitan centre.
Just off the shore of Cape Town, Robben Island was once home to the jail where Nelson Mandela was kept as a political prisoner. Nowadays, it’s a popular tourist destination where visitors can catch a glimpse of the history of a nation.
South Africa’s financial hub, Johannesburg also boasts numerous cultural attractions, including the African Craft Market, Apartheid Museum, and the Cradle of Humankind where visitors can see fossil exhibits and dive into the paleontological delights of the very home of human history.
South Africa’s third largest city is a great place to unwind, with sunshine almost every day of the year and beautiful beaches to take a dip. Historically, there's also former battlefields from the Anglo-Zulu and Anglo-Boer wars.
The name comes from local cedar trees, but it's the magnificent red sandstone formations that truly distinguish this part of South Africa. With over 250 kilometers of walking track, it's an outdoor lover's dream.
Hidden a short way out of Durban, the view over Inanda Dam is spectacular, with Umhlanga visible on a clear day. A top spot for bird watching, grabbing a few snaps or just whiling away a few hours in peaceful serenity.
Nestled against the Namibian border just outside Kakamas, you’ll discover hot springs set within huge granite cliffs. Home to the Damara and Koranna people who maintain an eco-tourism adventure, this is a trek into the wilderness that reaps its own rewards.
Discover 270 lakes within a 20 kilometre radius. Stunning birdlife, including over 20,000 flamingos and centered around South Africa’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Chrissie, this is a gorgeous and largely unexplored part of the South African countryside.
One of the lesser known national parks in South Africa, this unspoilt reserve is located in the Eastern Cape near the town of Cradock. This is one of the few places where you can find the endangered Cape Mountain Zebra. A population of about 300 dwell here, which is remarkable considering the species was all but extinct when the park opened in 1937.
Located on the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape, south of Durban, it’s almost 100 kilometers of pristine coastland between Mzamba River and Umzimvubu River. Remote, diverse and spectacularly beautiful, it’s one of the world’s largest concentrations of large marine mammals. If dolphin and whale watching is on your list, Pondoland Marine Protected Area should be too.
Just outside Nieuwoudtville in the Northern Cape, this is the largest colony of Aloe Dichotoma, the Quiver Tree. Located in a protected wildflower reserve, the Quiver tree is a must see, not just for its unique beauty and solitude, but as their numbers dwindle from climate change, they might not be around for much longer.
Located on the Knysna Lagoon, this small, picturesque township is a great place to both unwind and discover. The Featherbed Nature Reserve is just across the lagoon and there are outdoor restaurants and unique locales to inspire and pamper the lucky visitor.