Mhondoro Game Lodge has teamed up with a renowned international yoga instructor and detox specialist to present an exclusive 6-Day/5-Night Detox and Yoga Safari at the 5-star lodge in the Welgevonden Game Reserve (Limpopo), from 19 to 24 June 2017. … Continue reading →
“I now pronounce you husband and wife. You may kiss the bride.” Eighteen couples who could not afford a wedding were whisked away with their families for a fairy-tale celebration on Robben Island on Valentine’s Day.
Zip Zap’s Simunye programme strives to bring youth from all walks of life together to form new bonds, interact and create exciting new circus acts.
Romance is not always about champagne and flowers. In fact, this Valentine’s Day, and indeed throughout the entire month of February, love is best toasted with an ice cold beer at Darling Brew, accompanied by locally sourced artisanal foods.
Bathing in Iceland’s Blue Lagoon was rated the top travel experience for young people in 2017. See what other unique experiences made Contiki’s list …
When it comes to knowing what’s on the radar for travellers looking for a new and culturally adventurous trip, the experts at G Adventures have their fingers firmly on the global pulse.
Surround yourself with the enchanting beauty of nature, experience a kaleidoscopic of colours and enjoy an array of fresh Spring scents with the much-anticipated Free State Flower Festival.
Reference: 16160 Prices From: R11 070.00 pps ex JNB / R11 790 ex CPT / R11 790 ex DUR Valid From: 01 November 2016 Valid To: 21 December 2016 Book By: 31 October 2016 Location: Phuket, Thailand … Continue reading →
It’s no coincidence that in the world of beer, good things come in sixes. It’s why we have the six-pack and why the TOPS at SPAR Bierfest celebrates its sixth year in existence as SA’s favourite proudly national annual touring … Continue reading →
The Whale Coast Hotel offers elegant 4 star accommodation to both leisure and corporate visitors in Hermanus, Western Cape. Our luxury apartments are fully equipped for a stay in unrivaled luxury. Our central location allows for indulgence in the beautiful … Continue reading →
Take to the road and travel with these pensioners specials for the Cape West Coast and surrounds … Continue reading →
There is something romantic about the idea of travelling: The alluring desire to explore and discover new, beautiful, or rustic places. South Africa has splendid landscapes and adventure that awaits the travellers’ heart. … Continue reading →
Poloafrica’s mission is to give economically disadvantaged adults and children the opportunity to participate in equestrian sporting activities, including polo, in a professional environment.
They used to convey a myriad of emotions, can be found in a multitude of styles and colours to express your sense of fashion and style, they can also be used for propaganda purposes and we’ve all used one at … Continue reading →
On a recent oversight visit to the Maboneng Township Arts Experience in Langa the argument around the importance and beneficial nature of township tourism was made overwhelmingly clear.
A South African winter is synonymous with cold and harsh conditions. Find your warmth and chase the fire this winter.
Three passionate locals from Durbs, Cape Town & Jozi tell us why their cities are the best.
We asked South Africa’s most influential bloggers to name their favourite hidden gems in South Africa, ranging from iconic nature reserves to sleepy little towns. This is part three of four.
We asked South Africa’s most influential bloggers to name their favourite hidden gems in South Africa, ranging from iconic nature reserves to sleepy little towns. This is part two of four.
We asked South Africa’s most influential bloggers to name their favourite hidden gems in South Africa, ranging from iconic nature reserves to sleepy little towns. This is part one of four.
TripConnexion is a website that connects travellers with local and independent guides and travel agencies directly and for free in more than 100 destinations around the world.
Explore South Africa’s natural beauty through Google Maps
Whether you’re heading on a camping trip or off to a self-catering house in the middle of nowhere, these recipes are bound to please all…
Tel Aviv is the nonstop city where people party nonstop. Once a year, we add to the nonstop party the Tel Aviv Marathon – the biggest sporting event in Israel with 40,000 participants, this year taking place on the 26th … Continue reading →
Basil Appollis’s talents as an actor and director have taken him all over the world, but his love for the Cape was enough to lure him home.
Shaken and stirred at Fundu Lagoon in Tanzania.
When I was a child, Sun City was my ultimate destination. The mere mention of it sent shivers of thrill down my spine. A valley of waves; a shaking bridge; a crocodile sanctuary; a grand palace; game drives! … Continue reading →
The world leaders in youth travel, Contiki (www.contiki.com), take young travellers on epic adventures all over the world and every great adventure deserves an even greater backdrop. … Continue reading →
Raise your hand if you’d like nothing better than to go on a pub crawl with Tyrion, warn Sansa against marrying that brute Joffrey or tell King Robert to lose a few pounds.
The holidays are fast approaching and Pieter Beyers GM for Insight Vacations, one of South Africa’s leading tour operators, offers his top tips on packing for your holiday.
From the Kalahari to the Limpopo, from Cape Town to Mpumalanga, and from the Free State to the Karoo, A Walk in the Park follows author Roxanne Reid’s ten-week journey through twelve national parks in South Africa. … Continue reading →
Arabella Country Estate in the Overberg epitomises tranquility.
On 3 September at 08h00 Tanzanian time, Michaela ‘Chaeli’ Mycroft became the first female quadriplegic to summit Mount Kilimanjaro.
Six hundred elephants provide a lot of poop so it is no surprise that Addo is home to one of the world’s rarest dung beetles, Circellium Bacchus otherwise known as the flightless dung beetle.
What you package to take on-board can impact the enjoyment of your cruise vacation.
One percent. Out of the trillions of dollars in luggage value transported across the globe each year, that’s how much gets lost.
Imagine a cruise-ship-shaped Art Deco hotel perched on a peninsula jutting into the aqua waters of Vilanculos bay.
I used to love driving to Plett. All the boxes of a great road-trip were ticked: the scenery, exploring new pit-stops, the sea air…
Most travellers seek a once-in-a-lifetime experience when travelling abroad, which usually happens when you stray off the beaten track and explore the local wonders. … Continue reading →
The truth in the lure of this place lies in the crème more than the diesel. A menu of shakes that will rock your crocs, your havaianas, your vans or your veldskoens.
From what to pack and how to squeeze it all in, to the benefits of roll-over folding and the weird thing you should put in the safe, some British Airways’ pilots share their professional secrets.
The Namaqua West Coast, a region you enter some 2 hours North of Cape Town, is a place of iconic beauty and home of the rieldans, of skuit-bakkies on the beach and bokkoms drying under the eaves. … Continue reading →
Spending sleepless nights wandering the farmlands and looking up into the heavens to view the billions of stars that decorate the Argentinean skies in autumn, turned out to be the best way of making meaningful memories. By Zuko Mbewu Billions … Continue reading →
It’s more than just knowing your Chablis from your Chardonnay. … Continue reading →
Cape Town is celebrating today after moving up from last year’s eleventh spot to a single digit, fourth place, in the annual Conde Nast Traveler Readers Choice Awards.
Hermanus is the southern-right whale capital of the world and every September hundreds of visitors head to its shores for the annual whale festival. … Continue reading →
Johannesburg: It started with a single ransom note in the winter of 2003. … Continue reading →
We take off our shoes, waddle over the wooden floor of the restaurant onto seats comprised of thin cushions on the floor. … Continue reading →
If you’re a fan of craft beer in South Africa, Jacques van Zyl’s latest book is a must read.
I cannot imagine what life must have been like when people believed the world was flat, or that the world ended on the horizon where the sky met the edge of the earth.
As the global demand for experiential travel starts to rise, travellers are increasingly looking for activities that are more personal than prescribed.
Known as the friendly city of South Africa, Port Elizabeth forms part of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro and is jam-packed with activities and adventure.
In South Africa, being on the road is a good way of exploring more of our beautiful country. Discovering what is around the next bend and learning something from the people you encounter – whether it is from their way … Continue reading →
The German poet Friedrich Hölderlin called the Danube “a refreshing, melodious river, sometimes foaming with high spirits, at other times dreaming serenely.” … Continue reading →
Whether it’s a relaxing annual break, a romantic getaway or invigorating adventure; holidays are all about resetting the balance and nourishing the soul.
If there’s anyone with the perfect vantage point for shooting Botswana’s wildlife, it is Habano Laurell Mokopi, a professional tour guide who frequently takes visitors to his country’s top game reserves. We chatted to Habano about his career highlights and … Continue reading →
TOKARA is the embodiment of GT Ferreira’s philosophy that good wine, good food and good art go together to make a good lifestyle.
Do you have an unstoppable urge to travel? Do you dream of seeing the world, and yet the only thing holding you back is the fact that there seems to be no one willing to go with you?
When executives from Food Network in the UK began conducting interviews for a new South African TV series, they knew that they were in for a challenge.