13 Jacuzzi Suites for Gauteng Urbanites

by Jana Barnard on 19 April 2018

We get so caught up in our professional lives and city traffic that we rarely set aside time to just appreciate each other, or to simply be. Come weekend, a long drive to the countryside or coast leaves little energy for closeness. Sometimes we just need a place that’s near enough to be able to … Continue reading “13 Jacuzzi Suites for Gauteng Urbanites”

Pack Your Bags for a Weekend in Pringle Bay

by Ankia Wolf on 12 April 2018

It’s difficult to imagine that utopian places like Pringle Bay exist so close to a massive, buzzing metropole. This Overberg town truly has everything you could want from a weekend getaway destination ─ a pristine beach, a virtually zero crime status, cosy eateries, curio shops, family-friendly facilities, spectacular surroundings and of course, above all, jaw-dropping … Continue reading “Pack Your Bags for a Weekend in Pringle Bay”

20 Joburg Activities For Less Than R100

by Nanje Lourens on 5 April 2018

Whether you’re making the big bucks or constantly scraping your cents together at the end of the month, these days we can all do with some entertainment that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. We know the struggle is real, so TravelGround scoured the Joburg area and jotted down some fun activities you can … Continue reading “20 Joburg Activities For Less Than R100”

Bellingham Homestead: A Gem in Franschhoek

by Danielle Terblanche on 29 March 2018

The smell of crushed grapes fills the air as I drive up to Bellingham Homestead across the Anthonij Rupert Wine Estate in Franschhoek, and I know that I am in wine country! I’m surrounded by lush vineyards and the towering Groot Drakenstein Mountains create the perfect backdrop for what I’m about to witness at the … Continue reading “Bellingham Homestead: A Gem in Franschhoek”

Be a Waterwise Traveller in the Western Cape

by Ankia Wolf on 22 March 2018

The Cape has been called many things: the Mother City, the Cape of Storms and the Cape of Good Hope, but now it is mainly known as the Cape Without Water! After a few particularly dry winters Capetonians have finally been shook as they realise that Day Zero might soon become a reality if they … Continue reading “Be a Waterwise Traveller in the Western Cape”

7 Subtropical Stays

by Herman Botha on 15 March 2018

It’s only human to dream about an island getaway. What can be more blissful than lazing the hours away under a coconut tree and sipping a piña colada as you gaze across the azure ocean that stretches endlessly to the horizon? Unfortunately a holiday in the Maldives, Seychelles, and Palau is just a wee bit … Continue reading “7 Subtropical Stays”

Go Soul Seeking in the Cederberg

by Jana Barnard on 8 March 2018

The Cederberg is only two and a half hours from Cape Town, but it is utterly unspoilt. Eons of sun, wind, and rain chiselled the landscape into the jagged mountains and eroded rocks we see today. The lifestyle of the isolated communities that call these mountains home mirrors the antiquity of the region ─ they … Continue reading “Go Soul Seeking in the Cederberg”

Live on the Wild Side in Wilderness

by Danielle Terblanche on 1 March 2018

Anyone who has had the privilege of visiting Wilderness on the gorgeous Garden Route will tell you that it’s a magical place that will leave you in complete awe! This coastal resort town on the edge of the Outeniqua Mountains is famous for its tranquillity and unparalleled natural beauty. Add to this a myriad of … Continue reading “Live on the Wild Side in Wilderness”