Gophari is made up of two sections: Blog + Group Travel
There are so many lessons to be learnt from travel experience. What a waste to not share these lessons for others to benefit from them too. That’s what Gophari Blog is about – sharing knowledge that breaks travel barriers and empowers others to discover the beauty of South Africa and the world.
Gophari Blog is about sharing useful information, making real connections and giving honest recommendations. This blog’s main focus is on travel within and from South Africa as I live in South Africa and am a certified South African travel specialist.
I aim to show that there is more to South Africa than Cape Town and give provinces such as Mpumalanga and Eastern Cape the spotlight. I also acknowledge the barriers that keep people from traveling such as cost, fear and full time responsibilities and give advice for working around these.
Gophari Blog inspires through vibrant images of destinations around the world because sometimes seeing really is believing!
Gophari Travel is a Group Travel business that offers curated group trip packages that include transport, accommodation, an itinerary AND a knowledgeable host. All you have to do is pitch & pay! These packages are created to give an authentic experience of destinations visited. Through Gophari Travel, the world is explored, friendships are formed and memories are made.
About Founder, Farirai Sanyika
I work full time as a chemical engineer and I travel and create during every bit of the time remaining. I spend my day in overalls and a hard hat which is hard for some to believe when they take a look at my social media accounts. I really am always at work and not always on holiday as it may seem. I know the leave day struggle! I stay in small town Secunda which is in Mpumalanga Province in beautiful South Africa.
I love photos. I love writing. I love connecting with people. I love exploring new places and capturing them as close as possible to my memories. That’s one of the most special things about travelling, the memories last forever. My mind is full of them and I share them all here on Gophari.com.