Category: Press Release

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”

5 Water-Saving Travel Tips!

by Mika Stanvliet on 2 February 2017

It should come as absolutely no surprise that South Africa is lacking some water (gigantic understatement). Our dam levels are well below 40% across the board, and dropping fast. Water restrictions have been put in place in all the major metropolitan areas and everyone everywhere is whispering about the neighbour hosing down his Audi every … Continue reading “5 Water-Saving Travel Tips!”

Waterford’s Perfect Mix: wine, chocolate & live music

by Karli Durr on 15 June 2016

Friday is arguably everyone’s favourite day of the week. However, planning an exciting weekend can sometimes prove a bit tricky, especially when you have so much to do and so little time. To help you out, TravelGround has found a great solution to kickstart your weekend in the best possible way: Music Fridays at Waterford … Continue reading “Waterford’s Perfect Mix: wine, chocolate & live music”

City Lights & Sights on Cape Town’s Night Tour Bus

by Desiree Haakonsen on 3 November 2014

As beautiful as Cape Town is during the day, the balmy summer nights bring with them Christmas lights on Adderley Street, sundowner picnics on Signal Hill, and a lit up back drop of Table Mountain – all of which you can experience with the CitySightseeing’s popular summer Night Tour! The Cape Town Night Tour is … Continue reading “City Lights & Sights on Cape Town’s Night Tour Bus”

A Jamming line-up for Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts

by Desiree Haakonsen on 16 October 2014

UPDATE! UK phenomenon, Passenger has been confirmed to play live on stage for the first time in South Africa on 15 February 2015!  Summer officially rocks up in Cape Town when the first screechy microphone feedback echoes through the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. This season’s Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts kicks off on 23 November 2014, jamming … Continue reading “A Jamming line-up for Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts”

Vote & Win in the Klink Wine Tourism Awards – or don’t and let me win!

by Desiree Haakonsen on 15 September 2014

It’s time for the third Klink Wine Tourism Awards – the social savvy awards where you help decide who wins. Spanning 16 categories that are more about visitor experience than wine tasting, the Klink Awards invite you to vote for your favourite restaurants, family-friendly destinations, places to stay, unusual attractions, and the best wine pairing … Continue reading “Vote & Win in the Klink Wine Tourism Awards – or don’t and let me win!”

Enjoy A Weekend of FREE Wine at Robertson Wine on the River! If Not, Wine Not?

by Lauren Morling on 10 September 2014

Okay, so it’s not 100% free. You still have to pay for the ticket. But at R250 for a weekend pass that includes as much FREE wine as you want, who can really complain? It’s for this reason and more that we suggest heading to the banks of the Breede River for some fun in … Continue reading “Enjoy A Weekend of FREE Wine at Robertson Wine on the River! If Not, Wine Not?”

35 Spring Events & Festivals in South Africa

by Desiree Haakonsen on 4 September 2014

We’ve already given you 20 reasons to love spring, so now we’re giving you 35 events and festivals across South Africa where you can celebrate the new season!   COUNTRYWIDE 1. SANParks Week: 8 – 12* September 2014 The annual SANParks Week gives South African citizens free entry into almost all of the national parks. … Continue reading “35 Spring Events & Festivals in South Africa”