Category: Family

Explore the Gems of Cape Town’s Leafy Southern Suburbs

by Hennely Nel on 6 February 2020

Yes, yes, we all know that Cape Town is one of the most renowned tourist destinations in the world: we have the ever so popular Table Mountain, Clifton’s beaches, Robben Island, the V&A Waterfront, you name it. But are you clued up on the countless hidden gems in the Mother City’s more peaceful suburbs? You … Continue reading “Explore the Gems of Cape Town’s Leafy Southern Suburbs”

Our Stay at the Orange River Rafting Lodge

by Danielle Terblanche on 23 January 2020

A couple of years ago I spent one of the best weeks of my life on the mighty Orange River. I vividly remember the hot summer days paddling on the river, the delicious and well-deserved lunches on our midday stops, the not-so-easy second half of rafting after lunch and evenings beneath the stars! It was … Continue reading “Our Stay at the Orange River Rafting Lodge”

All Roads Lead to the Karoo: An Alternative Route to Sutherland

by Karli Durr on 19 December 2019

Living in a city that never seems to sleep, we tend to take the route of least resistance to our destinations, ignoring everything in our wake. But due to unforeseen circumstances on a sultry Friday morning near De Doorns, Schalk and I had to amend our perfectly-planned trip to avoid the N1 ─ something that’s … Continue reading “All Roads Lead to the Karoo: An Alternative Route to Sutherland”

Tweede Nuwe Jaar: Cape Town’s Oldest Tradition

by Jeanne Carstens on 12 December 2019

There are a few things that make Cape Town a rather unique destination to visit. From the many eateries and gin bars in Bree Street, the jazz culture, hearing the adhan at sunrise and sunset, to the ever punctual Noon Gun ─ the city is a colourful tapestry of rich history and cosmopolitan flair. But … Continue reading “Tweede Nuwe Jaar: Cape Town’s Oldest Tradition”

Campfires, Dad Jokes and Awkward Laughters ─ Dinokeng Nature Reserve in the Spotlight

by Altus Booysen on 28 November 2019

It’s almost time to light the fires, get out the guitars, sing Billy Joel campfire songs and listen to the crickets after a bad joke’s punchline, i.e. dad jokes. Being a Joburg local, I know people in Gauteng like to slow down, escape to the wild, and enjoy the company of loved ones in nature. … Continue reading “Campfires, Dad Jokes and Awkward Laughters ─ Dinokeng Nature Reserve in the Spotlight”

10 Quirky Container Homes

by Nanje Lourens on 7 November 2019

Turning old shipping containers into luxurious living spaces is all the rage at the moment, and it’s easy to understand why. There are several advantages to using them for accommodation purposes: They are quite affordable, employ more eco-friendly building methods, are quicker to build, and, since you can connect or combine them in different ways, … Continue reading “10 Quirky Container Homes”

Finding the Farmer’s Way at Highgate Ostrich Show Farm

by Gerriline Fouché on 31 October 2019

Born and bred among the leafy green vineyards of the West Coast, the Karoo is not a region I frequented much growing up. I have only visited Oudtshoorn on a few occasions for its yearly cultural event, the KKNK, but have always yearned to see more of this ostrich mecca. I was therefore quite excited … Continue reading “Finding the Farmer’s Way at Highgate Ostrich Show Farm”

10 Stunning Seaside Stays in SA

by Mandi Zastron on 17 October 2019

What better way to celebrate the arrival of summer than with a stay on the coastline? It’s time to head out and explore our country’s beautiful beaches. TravelGround rounded up the most stunning seaside stays along South Africa’s coast and we’ve even added two places in Namibia. So, grab your sunscreen and flip flops and … Continue reading “10 Stunning Seaside Stays in SA”

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