Post image for 10 Almost Secret Spots on the South Peninsula

I’ve moved to Cape Town 3 times, each time taking a leap further south. It’s a strange thing moving back to a city that you think you know, because you quickly find that Cape Town offers very different experiences with each suburb and stage of life. The most recent chapter in my Cape chronology has […]

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Rivierbos by Lauren Morling

The 3-star Rivierbos Guest House is a homely retreat tucked away at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Stellenbosch. Set on the northern bank of the fast flowing Eerste River, Rivierbos forces you to stop, relax, and absorb the natural white noise of this Stellenbosch sanctuary. Rivierbos is the kind of place where you […]

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Stellenbosch wine (C) Roseanna McBain.jpg

Stellenbosch is a bustling centre of activity throughout the year, due in part to its close proximity to Cape Town, its ever-lush valley, the numerous hikes through vineyards and mountains, and of course the highly sought-after wines. Check out the following photos showcasing our favourite places and spaces. Let us know yours in the comments […]

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Post image for Guys vs Girls Weekends – the best according to travel bloggers

Whether you’re inclined to share jokes around a campfire with a beer in hand, or chat for hours on a couch with a bottle of wine, it’s a good idea to get away and spend some quality time with friends of the same sex every once in a while. It’s a sacred time where boys […]

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Tshukudu (C) TravelGround

Proposing is one of the most important occasions in your life. Women have dreamed of this day ever since they were little girls, and so it’s only fair that the day match the dream as much as is humanly possible. So if you’re planning on taking your relationship to the next level, check out these […]

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Post image for Go Green for National Arbor Week

National Arbor Week is celebrated annually from 1 – 7 September in South Africa, and occurs six days longer than the rest of the world’s single Arbor Day. It was started in 1983, and having been successfully held around the country for numerous years, communities petitioned the government in 1999 to turn the annual day […]

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Post image for 30 Photos that will make you want to #discoverOverberg

TravelGround is proud to be regular co-hosts of #discoverOverberg, a monthly Twitter chat that highlights the tourism opportunities of the Overberg region in South Africa. Yesterday we talked Photography, and #discoverOverberg was soon trending with tips and pictures streaming in from photographers, bloggers, travel fundis, tourism operators, accommodations, local residents, and basically anyone who was […]

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