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The blog is a collection of news, musings and tales from around The Royal Portfolio showcasing the very best of luxury South African travel.

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21 October2019
by Greg Cooke

Renoster

Counter poaching is a complicated and multi-faceted problem. Technological advances such as bio-acoustic monitoring can help tremendously with counter poaching initiatives.

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2 October2019
by Greg Cooke

The Art of Hospitality

Meticulously selected by the owner of The Royal Portfolio and avid art enthusiast Liz Biden, The Silo Hotel houses some of Africa’s most talented, emerging, and eminent contemporary artists.

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20 August2019
by Greg Cooke

Cape Town’s Top 10 Art Galleries

We've selected 10 of our favourite art galleries in Cape Town.

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18 July2019
by Greg Cooke

Premium Luxury

Royal Malewane, Birkenhead House and The Silo Hotel awarded 5 Star Premium status by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa

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4 July2019
by Greg Cooke

Four Unforgettable Dining Experiences

Exquisite cuisine in sensational settings, The Royal Portfolio offers destination specific dining.

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2019
by Greg Cooke

Cape Town’s Top Cocktail Bars

From contemporary creations to speakeasy sensations, Cape Town has it all.

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2 July2019
by Greg Cooke

Introducing The Safari Guide Of The Year 2019

Royal Malewane professional field guide, Riaan Fourie, wins the prestigious Safari Guide of the Year 2019 competition.

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27 June2019
by Greg Cooke

Getting To The Kruger National Park

How to plan your ultimate South African safari.

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24 June2019
by Greg Cooke
20 June2019
by Greg Cooke

The Master Trackers of Royal Malewane

There is no bond stronger than the indelible and intuitive connection between a ranger and a tracker. In the case of Juan Pinto and Wilson Masiya, that bond endured for over 20 years.

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