Dawn Jorgensen

Dawn Jorgensen is a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment. From gorilla trekking in Uganda, tree planting in Zambia and turtle rescue in Kenya, she always returns to Cape Town which is home. As a freelance travel writer and on her blog The Incidental Tourist, she shares stories and photographs from her international and local travels, always with a focus on eco-tourism and the environment. Her passion remains for travel that matters and she is known to highlight ways that we can explore this beautiful world sustainably and without compromise. She’s also rather partial to luxury. http://theincidentaltourist.com

A Guide to Whale Watching in South Africa

Annually southern right whales migrate from the freezing feeding grounds of Antarctica to warmer waters, reaching the South African coastline by about June, and staying through to November. During thi...
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Rovos Rail: Onboard the World's Most Luxurious Train

‘When you truly love your journey, the destination is just a bonus.’ – Katrina Mayer There’s a hushed elation as we check-in to the private lounge at Cape Town’s railway station, glass of bubbly in ha...
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