Southern Africa Lifestyle Magazine

We decided to broaden our horizon and show the people MORE of what they can experience in one area when visiting! Now that Covid19 is not such a fright anymore and life is slowly getting on, we would like to show our visitors all the special shops and services that they can visit while touring

New: Birding Tours!

Explorer Magazines and Stay Africa have started creating the VERY BEST in Southern Central Africa Birding tours! Being an avid birder myself, I know the drive to see, hear and photograph as many as possible birds in a trip… Using well-known, listed and SAFE venues and operators, we can offer you the best sightings and

East Africa Explorer – Out Soon!

With the Southern Africa Explorer out and doing exceptionally well, we are now starting with the East Africa Edition! Covering Tanzania, Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda, and maybe even Ethiopia; we are sure this edition will be just as popular! With the Layout in the same new modern way as the Southern Explorer, we will be visiting


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Southern Cape Explorer – Spring 2018

The Southern Cape Explorer Spring Edition show some of the features on Gansbaai, as well as Arniston. Join us in searching for the wreck of the Arniston, and enjoy the photos of Steve Bailey, Stefan Smit and Piet & Karien le Roux. We visited the Shipwreck Museum in Bredasdorp. More than 150 shipwrecks were sunk

Southern Cape Explorer -Autumn 2018

The Southern Cape Explorer Autumn 2018 was our very first Magazine. Enjoy exploring the Southern Tip of Africa with us! We have started a series on the birds of the region, as well as most interesting things to see and explore. Have a look at the stunning photography of Steve Bailey and Stefan Smit. The