7 Digital-Detox Stays for the Tired Tech Souls

by Chanté van Schalkwyk on 19 June 2020

It’s about time you take a break from all those screens! We’ve 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 getaway.

5 Hikes in the Drakensberg Mountains

by Danielle Terblanche on 11 June 2020

After being cooped up in our homes for the last few months, we are all in need of some quality time in the great outdoors! My feet are itching for a hike and I cannot think of a better place than the magnificent Drakensberg Mountains. This mountain range is famous for its hundreds of hiking … Continue reading “5 Hikes in the Drakensberg Mountains”

A River and its Stories: Kayaking on the Umtata

by Adriëtte le Roux on 4 June 2020

The morning mist starts to recede as we head to the car park to meet our lift. Just minutes earlier a proper bacon, eggs and toast breakfast, accompanied by strong coffee, was duly enjoyed in the Ocean View Hotel’s dining room. While stirring a dollop of sugar into the warm, aromatic whirlpool, I’d wondered whether … Continue reading “A River and its Stories: Kayaking on the Umtata”

KwaZulu-Natal Coast: 7 Secluded Beach Houses

by Nanje Lourens on 28 May 2020

Imagine waking up to waves crashing on the beach, rolling out of bed to get your hands on that first cup of coffee, and strolling out on the deck to be greeted by a magnificent sunrise and dolphins frolicking in the surf below ─ this is what holiday dreams are made of, isn’t it? Well, … Continue reading “KwaZulu-Natal Coast: 7 Secluded Beach Houses”

10 SANParks Finds to Feast Your Eyes on

by Adriëtte le Roux on 20 May 2020

With the much welcomed announcement that SANParks is opening its gates to the public once again, TravelGround is proud to share these ten beauties — just a small selection of the SANParks stays you can choose from! SANParks Augrabies Rest Camp Augrabies, Northern Cape When the summer flood season arrives, visitors flock to this arid … 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”

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