Top Spots in South Africa to Celebrate the Hammock

by Jana Barnard on 14 June 2018

Hammocks have come to symbolise summer, leisure, relaxation, and easy living. A day has even been devoted to it! Hammock Day takes place on 22 July, right in the midst of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. The fact that it’s winter here down south, however, is of no concern to us ─ with our lazy … Continue reading “Top Spots in South Africa to Celebrate the Hammock”

15 Great Group Getaways in Mabalingwe

by Nanje Lourens on 7 June 2018

Have you been surfing the internet for the ideal getaway for you and your family or friends this winter? We can’t think of anything better than a group getaway ─ pair it with great game viewing opportunities and you have the perfect cure to fight the cold this winter! Finding a house that is big … Continue reading “15 Great Group Getaways in Mabalingwe”

South Africa’s Goldest Oldest Places

by Cea Swart on 31 May 2018

The goldest and oldest of things in South Africa stand the test of time and, to date, tell us about our country’s rich history. From the oldest city and building to the oldest pub and theatre ─ South Africa definitely has a few secrets and stories to be discovered by you. That’s why TravelGround delved … Continue reading “South Africa’s Goldest Oldest Places”

TravelGround’s Guide to SA’s Most Popular Winter Destinations

by Ankia Wolf on 24 May 2018

For a country in the sunny Southern Hemisphere, South Africa sure has an abundance of idyllic winter destinations to suit every type of traveller. We’ve delved into our data to find out which of our destinations our guests frequent most during the winter season, as well as a few of our own favourites. We’ve divided … Continue reading “TravelGround’s Guide to SA’s Most Popular Winter Destinations”

Your Guide to the Mighty Fish River Canyon

by Danielle Terblanche on 17 May 2018

It’s not often that you’re left speechless by a hole in the ground — but your breath will definitely be taken away by the magnificent Fish River Canyon in the south of Namibia. This natural phenomenon attracts thousands of visitors daily and I recently had the privilege of visiting this remarkable landmark. Photos fail to … Continue reading “Your Guide to the Mighty Fish River Canyon”

A Golfer’s Guide to the Garden Route

by Karli Durr on 10 May 2018

Besides beautiful beaches, lagoons, forests and adrenaline-filled adventures, the Garden Route also offers something for the more active among us ─ golf! With world-class golf courses such as Fancourt and Pezula, it’s no wonder this area attracts avid golfers from all across the globe. So, if you’re planning your next golfing getaway, include a few … Continue reading “A Golfer’s Guide to the Garden Route”

4×4 Trails to Take on this Winter

by Nanje Lourens on 3 May 2018

Some holiday outings are synonymous with winter ─ cosy cottage stays in the mountains, game-viewing getaways to national parks, and of course taking on 4×4 trails. If lazy days and game viewing are not on the cards for you this winter, TravelGround’s got just the thing to warm you up ─ 4×4 trails to test … Continue reading “4×4 Trails to Take on this Winter”

5 Wonders of Namibia

by Hennely Nel on 26 April 2018

Namibia is undoubtedly any traveller and photographer’s dream. This spectacular country boasts a topographical variety of the wilderness in the north, the miraculous dunes of the Namib Desert in the south, the flat Kalahari lands in the east and the breathtaking Fish River Canyon in the south.   TravelGround made a list of a few … Continue reading “5 Wonders of Namibia”