10 SANParks Finds to Feast Your Eyes on

by Adriëtte le Roux on 20 May 2020

While our country’s superb natural beauty waits for us to return and enjoy it with new eyes and grateful spirits, TravelGround has compiled a list of ten spectacular SANParks stays to add to your post-lockdown travel list. Feast your eyes on these beauties! SANParks Augrabies Rest Camp Augrabies, Northern Cape When the summer flood season … Continue reading “10 SANParks Finds to Feast Your Eyes on”

Quaint Karoo Cottages

by Danielle Terblanche on 13 May 2020

As I am stuck in my home office looking out onto a suburban street, I am dreaming of wide open spaces, the smell of dry Karoo shrubs lingering in the air, the dusty gravel roads and pink and orange coloured sunsets and sunrises in the beloved Karoo. This region has always had a special place … Continue reading “Quaint Karoo Cottages”

The Unique Creatures of the Garden Route

by Adriëtte le Roux on 7 May 2020

The early earth advocate, John Muir, is known to have said, “When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” Nowhere is this more apparent than on our most beloved Garden Route. Here are some of its unique inhabitants.

A Place to Reflect: Labyrinth Stays

by Adriëtte le Roux on 29 April 2020

All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost. J.R.R. Tolkien There is little else that represents the looping, spiralling nature of thoughts than a labyrinth. These inwardly wandering ways have been used since … Continue reading “A Place to Reflect: Labyrinth Stays”

Climb into these tree houses

by Danielle Terblanche on 22 April 2020

Do you still dream of the days when you were able to climb a tree and hide out between the branches for hours? Tree houses have always had a certain charm to them and luckily adults can also enjoy this unique hideout. South Africa is home to some spectacular tree houses, from luxurious treetop lodges … Continue reading “Climb into these tree houses”

30 unusual facts about South Africa

by Danielle Terblanche on 15 April 2020

While we’re not allowed to travel outside of the comfort of our homes at the moment, we can marvel at these unusual facts about our beautiful country. South Africa has made history in a number of fields and is home to some pretty spectacular natural wonders that can be explored once the national lockdown is … Continue reading “30 unusual facts about South Africa”

Have you heard about these lesser-known attractions in SA?

by Nanje Lourens on 7 April 2020

Even though the country has only been experiencing this lockdown for a week or so, the struggle is already real. Instead of getting up early to hit the gym or going out for after-work drinks with friends, you now have nowhere to go after you’ve stood up from your makeshift office ─ except maybe to … Continue reading “Have you heard about these lesser-known attractions in SA?”

5 Wonders of Namibia

by Hennely Nel on 2 April 2020

Namibia is undoubtedly any traveller and photographer’s dream. This spectacular country boasts a topographical variety of the wilderness in the north, the miraculous dunes of the Namib Desert in the south, the flat Kalahari lands in the east and the breathtaking Fish River Canyon to the south.   TravelGround made a list of a few … Continue reading “5 Wonders of Namibia”

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