Gold sandy beaches, warm water, exotic cuisine, a melting pot of culture, loads of adventure, energetic nightlife, and friendly people – Durban has it all!
European cuisine has a reputation for its shameless decadence, and Europe’s food culture may inspire new-found food habits.
Ireland, with its scenic coastline, welcoming people and pretty scenery, has always been a popular choice for South African travellers.
We might not have snow, but we have plenty of sand and if you are hard-pressed for something to do on a sunny winter’s day, why not try sandboarding?
Cold winters call for hearty, home-cooked food, and if you want to try traditional Cape Malay cuisine, you should try a Cape Malay cooking safari.
With SANPARKS slowly opening our world-famous national parks and game reserves again, there is no better time than now to head into the wilderness and enjoy a walk in the bush.
The Netherlands conjures up images of bicycles, tulips, and windmills, but there is so much more to this dynamic country.
Don’t despair – once the ban on international travel is lifted, there are ways to travel to the Maldives and enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime dream holiday without breaking the bank.
Become a tourist in your own town and take a wander through the streets of Cape Town to soak up some of its beautiful architecture and rich history.
Take to the air on a canopy tour and get a bird’s eye view of the Western Cape’s magnificent Hottentots Holland Mountains.
Don’t work from home in some cold and dingy room that even the cat doesn’t like. Do it from the Caribbean instead.
Have you ever thought of what it would be like to completely start over, to hit the reset button on life, to take a leap of faith and start a completely new life, custom-built to your very own specifications?
There’s an oasis just 25km south of Colesberg, coming north on the N1 from the coast, where the Karoo is flat flat flat. It’s called Quaggasfontein.
While savvy travellers have known for some time that Anchorage is where you find the best of Alaska all in one place, my knowledge of the city before I visited was lamentably poor.
Give it all up and jet off around the world while earning cash? It’s not easy. But it’s possible.
The video is doing the rounds, and showcasing some of the most noteworthy parts of South Africa, including its national carrier.
It may not be necessary to go full survivor on this, but maybe packing these items will save you some misery or embarrassment on your travels.
While Pretoria’s new ‘beach’ and residential complex provides an unusual (or artificial) oasis for Gauteng locals, here are nine real blue lagoons worth checking out:
Summer is around the corner, which means lots of time spent with the family doing all the child-friendly things. Before it kicks off, though, it might be worth your while to plan a few trips that’ll be sure to blow the kids’ hair back.
Paint your own Star-Spangled Banner in some of the most affordable states in the USA.