Author: Lisa Croeser

Lisa is all the way from Namibia and studied at Stellenbosch University. She is an animal lover and spends most of her time reading. If she’s not enjoying time with her family, she loves writing and listening to music. She has a love for languages and tries to learn something new about languages every day.

An Easter Weekend Getaway in Every Province

by Lisa Croeser on 25 February 2021

Easter Weekend is just around the corner and offers the ideal opportunity to put your feet up, or book an adrenaline-filled weekend away. Whether you are a fan of the bush, sea or the woods, TravelGround has got you covered with an Easter Weekend getaway in each province.  JBay Zebra Lodge, Eastern Cape  Breakfast is […]

10 Stays Close to Kruger National Park Gates

by Lisa Croeser on 6 August 2020

The Kruger National Park is South Africa’s flagship Big Five game reserve, covering two million hectares of the Lowveld region. Anyone who’s visited this natural treasure knows all too well that this is where you go to recharge your batteries, absorb nature and unwind for a while. That is exactly why TravelGround compiled a list […]

10 Great Kitchen Tea Ideas in the Western Cape

by Lisa Croeser on 19 March 2020

As a recent bride who was spoiled with a momentous kitchen tea, I know that planning this event can be stressful for the maid of honour and everyone involved. Nowadays, a kitchen tea is much more than an awkward hour of opening gifted pots, pans and glasses from your grandmother and aunt ─ it’s centred […]

Our Karoo Escape to Kerneelia Kothuis

by Lisa Croeser on 21 November 2019

Life in the city not only means that you have to bear taxing traffic, but also that by the time the weekend rolls around, you have no energy left to explore your own backyard. Yes, I am talking about myself and I know so many other hard-working individuals who opt to Netflix and chill instead […]

Discover Namibia and its different terrains

by Lisa Croeser on 15 August 2019

Namibia is known for its vast open plains and dunes creeping up on the ocean. This is usually the mental image one conjures up for Namibia. However, this country is versatile and much more than a sandstorm and a rugged landscape. As a born-and-bred Namibian, I’m here to showcase this special country and all its […]

TravelGround’s Guide to Poisonous Snakes

by Lisa Croeser on 9 May 2019

One of the many incredible advantages of living in Africa, and especially South Africa, is that we’re in close proximity to various animals, be it in the city, the bush or at the coast. This also means that at some point many of us might encounter dangerous animals, like snakes. But not to fear, because […]

Your browser is out of date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now

0860 022 102 | [email protected]