Author: Danielle Terblanche

Danielle is a Cape Town girl who likes laughing, drinking coffee and taking pictures of pretty things. Anything in nature is an adventure for her, especially the beach and mountains. She enjoys exploring new places and sharing it with people. Travelling is food to her soul and she will spend her last cents on it. Danielle feels life is too short to drink bad coffee and red wine and that is why she's constantly searching for places where she can drink good coffee and red wine. She loves Afrikaans and can spend her days reading a book.

Take Time to Explore Tulbagh’s Wine Route

by Danielle Terblanche on 26 September 2019

City dwellers are flocking to South Africa’s beautiful countryside villages for a weekend of relaxation or exploring more and more these days and we can understand why! There is something about the quiet roads, the local coffee shop, breathtaking scenery, tranquillity and the friendly locals that lure us to these gems time and time again. … Continue reading “Take Time to Explore Tulbagh’s Wine Route”

10 Glamping Getaways across SA

by Danielle Terblanche on 14 March 2019

Is pitching a tent not your idea of having a good time? Would you rather arrive at a destination where you can simply relax on the patio and admire the view? And do you want most of the creature comforts from home? Then glamping sounds like your ideal vacation! These structured tents are perfect for … Continue reading “10 Glamping Getaways across SA”

Afribode: 7 Inner-City Apartments in Cape Town

by Danielle Terblanche on 21 February 2019

Once you’ve had a taste of Cape Town, you’ll want to return time and time again — no wonder it’s one of the busiest tourist hubs in the world! It’s a bustling city surrounded by some of the most beautiful beaches and world-famous vineyards beneath the shadow of Table Mountain. Despite all of the natural … Continue reading “Afribode: 7 Inner-City Apartments in Cape Town”

The Elgin Railway Market and Secrets of the Vibrant Valley

by Danielle Terblanche on 22 November 2018

The Elgin Valley is one of the Western Cape’s best kept secrets and TravelGround recently had the privilege to explore the Elgin Railway Market and some of this gorgeous valley’s gems. This Overberg phenomenon is about an hour’s drive from Cape Town and the abundance of orchards, forests, vineyards and mountain views create the perfect … Continue reading “The Elgin Railway Market and Secrets of the Vibrant Valley”

Sedgefield: The Slow Town with Big Charm

by Danielle Terblanche on 27 September 2018

The renowned Garden Route is packed with many fascinating towns and magical attractions, but one town that has always stood out to us is Sedgefield. Situated between George and Knysna on the N2, it’s a town you often pass through on your way to another destination. But it’s time for you to slow down and … Continue reading “Sedgefield: The Slow Town with Big Charm”

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”

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”

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”

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