December 23rd, 2014
Christmas 2014 is just around the corner. It is unbelievable, how this year has just flown by!
The past year was one with new challenges, many friendly guests – newcomers as well as Africa addicts -, interesting and exciting tours and our 20 year anniversary. In a way, a new chapter began. Read more about it here!
Please note: Boleng Adventures will be closed over the Christmas and New Year’s period – from 24.12.2014 until 01.01.2015. We will be back in the office on 2.01.2015
January 17th, 2014
To all our friends and guests, a happy and prosperous New Year!
We wish our shark, diving and Sharkproject friends taking part in the Boot in Düsseldorf a successful event. The Boot is taking place from 18 to 26 January 2014. Be sure to visit Sharkproject at stand H3A03!
Wolf will unfortunately not be present at the Boot this year, but we will surely be there in our thoughts!
An email or short phone call will be enough for us to get the ball rolling and plan a personalised southern African adventure for you!
We look forward to many requests!
December 23rd, 2013
December 11th, 2013
On December 5th, Nelson Mandela passed away at the age of 95, after a long period of illness.
The Nobel Prize laureate, symbol of peace, is no longer with us.
Nelson Mandela shaped the new reality of South Africa with all means available to him. He made the fulfilment of the wish for a peaceful harmonious South Africa his life’s mission. The peaceful transition to democracy impressed both friend and foe.
In 1994, the new South Africa, the rainbow nation, was born and, as the first president of the democratic South Africa, Mandela committed himself to the reconciliation of the South African nation. This transformation attracted many visitors our beautiful country.
Coincidentally, 1994 was also the birth year of Boleng Adventures. With pride we can share the diversity of our country with many a traveller: the impressive landscapes, cultures, wildlife, nature and diving.
Nkosi sikelel’ iAfrika – God bless Africa
Rest in peace, Madiba.
November 22nd, 2013
Should you need to reach us after hours or in case of an emergency, please contact us on +27 72 046 4674
November 1st, 2013
Sodwana is one of South Africa’s top diving and holiday destinations, situated on the east coast in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Whether you are a deep sea fisher, nature lover, bird watcher, photographer but especially a diver: an unexpected, varied experience awaits you in this piece of unspoilt coastal forest.
Read more on this beautiful area here.
Catch a glimpse of what the underwater world of Sodwana has to offer on our Facebook page.
October 15th, 2013
How better to experience a destination than on foot? You experience nature and your surroundings close and personal and also have a better chance of meeting the locals.
Our overnight hiking trails fall into the category “slackpacking”, which means that hikers only need to carry their daypacks, the rest of their belongings are transported by the team to the daily destination, where camp has already been set up. Also, all meals are catered for.
BOLENG has a collection of such hiking trails in southern Africa. Whether over a couple of days or just for a couple of hours, everything is possible. Click here for a small selection of our favourites…
April 22nd, 2013
First of all, please note that our phone number has changed. Should you wish to contact us telephonically, please dial:
+27 12 846 7012
To read our latest newsletter, please click here. Read about a recent trip we planned and what we have been up to.
July 25th, 2012
Namibia continues to be a very eye-catching experience. This year we have been planning more tours into this fascinating country than ever before. What makes it such a popular destination, you might ask. That is exactly what we want to reveal to you today! [more]
April 10th, 2012
The March edition of our newsletter looks at vaious waterfalls in southern Africa, including the Epupa Falls, Ruacana Falls, Victoria Falls, Tugela Falls and the Augrabies Falls. To read more, click here!