Olive the things to love about Olives

by Jeanne Carstens on 25 April 2019

Whether you enjoy it on your pizza, in a freshly-baked focaccia bread, in a shaken-not-stirred Martini, or simply straight out of the jar, the olive is a wonderful, versatile little fruit! Every year the Riebeek Valley celebrates this Mediterranean climate delicacy with its annual Riebeek Valley Olive Festival. Ranging from award-winning olives, olive oils, jams, … Continue reading “Olive the things to love about Olives”

7 Digital-Detox Stays for the Tired Tech Souls

by Chanté van Schalkwyk on 18 April 2019

Staying in touch with the world and getting through the hustle and bustle of everyday life can be exhausting. So it’s about time you take a break from it all! TravelGround rounded up 7 digital-detox stays where you can unwind, disconnect, kick back, relax and just do whatever your heart desires on your much deserved … Continue reading “7 Digital-Detox Stays for the Tired Tech Souls”

Stay at these South African World Heritage Sites

by Altus Booysen on 11 April 2019

South Africa is home to some of the most extraordinary places and a diversity of cultures ─ from picturesque landscapes, to world-renowned heritage sites. Why not turn your journey into an adventure while exploring all of our heritage sites? From Cape Town northwards up to the Lowveld, South Africa boasts ten natural and cultural heritage … Continue reading “Stay at these South African World Heritage Sites”

These Great Heights: 3 Fabulous Free Solo Spots in SA

by Gerriline Fouché on 4 April 2019

Free solo climbing has always been a bit of a controversial concept in the sport-climbing world and once you’ve seen this extreme sport with your own eyes, its controversy comes as no surprise. Seeing a human vertically perched on a giant rock wall or hanging from a boulder by one hand will leave anyone with … Continue reading “These Great Heights: 3 Fabulous Free Solo Spots in SA”

Cape Town to Port Elizabeth: Backpacking the Baz Bus way

by Nanje Lourens on 28 March 2019

Longing for a road trip but not in the mood for counting kilometres, and worrying about petrol prices and falling asleep behind the wheel? Baz Bus will have you leaving all that planning, stress and trouble behind. Forget about a rigid itinerary, booking connecting bus rides and breaking the bank! This guide will help you … Continue reading “Cape Town to Port Elizabeth: Backpacking the Baz Bus way”

Have you heard about astro-tourism in the Northern Cape?

by Chanté van Schalkwyk on 22 March 2019

When I think of the Northern Cape, the first things that come to mind are the vast landscapes, extreme heat ─ and of course sheep! But there’s so much more to this unique province than we think. Recently the Northern Cape’s sweeping landscapes and clean air has been recognised for its advantageous astro-tourism opportunities. This … Continue reading “Have you heard about astro-tourism in the Northern Cape?”

10 Glamping Getaways across SA

by Danielle Terblanche on 14 March 2019

Is pitching a tent not your idea of having a good time? Would you rather arrive at a destination where you can simply relax on the patio and admire the view? And do you want most of the creature comforts from home? Then glamping sounds like your ideal vacation! These structured tents are perfect for … Continue reading “10 Glamping Getaways across SA”

Chasing the New Season ─ 5 Marvellous Autumn Spots in South Africa

by Hennely Nel on 7 March 2019

“Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” ─ F. Scott Fitzgerald Crisp morning air, cool breezes, and shorter days ─ to the summer haters: Winter is finally coming. For those of you who, like me, aren’t so keen on the colder days ahead, don’t despair! Autumn also has some pretty … Continue reading “Chasing the New Season ─ 5 Marvellous Autumn Spots in South Africa”

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