It’s Always December In Durban!

by Jeanne Carstens on 22 August 2019

If you’re not into camping, the icy Atlantic Ocean, or general outdoor activities during the winter, then finding something to do for the whole family when it’s chilly outside can leave you in a bit of a pickle. Luckily, South Africa is blessed with both the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, which makes Durban an absolute … Continue reading “It’s Always December In Durban!”

Discover Namibia and its different terrains

by Lisa Slippers 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 rugged landscape. As a born-and-bred Namibian, I’m here to showcase Namibia and all its terrains from south … Continue reading “Discover Namibia and its different terrains”

Oudtshoorn: An Oasis in the semi-desert Karoo

by Nanje Lourens on 8 August 2019

Everytime I thought about Oudtshoorn, I immediately connected it with the Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees (KKNK), and while this festival is still a great reason to visit the Grootvoëlparadys, there are so many reasons for you to travel here any other time of the year as well. With temperatures reaching a high of 36°C during … Continue reading “Oudtshoorn: An Oasis in the semi-desert Karoo”

Snor City ─ Nothing beats the party on Pretoria’s top lip

by Altus Booysen on 1 August 2019

Being born and bred in Johannesburg, I can only remember Pretoria as a city that comes alive on weekends, wandering around Hatfield, mingling with the locals and even sharing a beer or two. I remember driving around searching for the coolest bands playing and often found myself in local pubs listening to muso’s like Zinkplaat, … Continue reading “Snor City ─ Nothing beats the party on Pretoria’s top lip”

Away with the Ordinary: The Quirkiest Stays in SA

by Hennely Nel on 25 July 2019

Sometimes life can get pretty mundane if you’re going through the routined motions, and from time to time we’re all looking for something other than the usual beach holiday or bush getaway to put the spring back in our step. The good news is we live in a country filled with unique landscapes and even … Continue reading “Away with the Ordinary: The Quirkiest Stays in SA”

Clarens when it sizzles: 6 reasons to visit the jewel of the Eastern Free State

by Gerriline Fouché on 18 July 2019

Vast mountain views, gorgeous natural surroundings and old-world charm awaits any traveller seeking solace in Clarens. Situated in the heart of the Eastern Free State Highlands, this nature lover’s haven and artistic hub is certainly one of South Africa’s top tourist destinations. That’s why TravelGround is hitting you with the top spots in Clarens, giving … Continue reading “Clarens when it sizzles: 6 reasons to visit the jewel of the Eastern Free State”

A Wonderful Winter Weekend in Swellendam

by Heste Nortier on 11 July 2019

As a frequent visitor to the Garden Route and a Cape Town resident, spending a night in Swellendam has never crossed my mind, especially since it’s only a mere two hour’s drive from the Mother City. By that time, I’m usually not thirsty, bored or tired yet. But this time was different. What started as … Continue reading “A Wonderful Winter Weekend in Swellendam”

Recharge your Batteries at these 10 Resorts

by Karli Durr on 4 July 2019

The mid-year blues are wreaking havoc on your soul and you’re in dire need of a break, but the December holidays are still light years away and you’re running low on leave days. Don’t despair, TravelGround has the cure! We’ve rounded up a list of ten resorts in South Africa and Namibia, perfect for a … Continue reading “Recharge your Batteries at these 10 Resorts”

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