Shark-cage diving? Pffft. In this month’s issue of Getaway, our intrepid journalists went exploring the underground playground of some furrier sea creatures. Turns out, snorkelling with seals is a lot of fun.
Blog posts: Activities
Get your adrenalin pumping with adventurous activities for the active traveller.
If you have even a passing interest in hiking, make sure you do the Otter Trail at some point in your life. Here are some photos that I hope will inspire you.
Three new community-owned attractions will be opening up in 2015. Check out how you can make a difference just by travelling!
A video recently uploaded to YouTube apparently shows well-known adrenaline junkie Travis Pastrana jumping out an aeroplane without a parachute. The question is: is it real?
Trekking out to the Central Kalahari could be one of the most exciting getaways of your life, especially if there is a combination of lodge luxury, desert camping, and quad bike joy rides.
The Mabuasehube Wilderness Trail is a two-day 4×4 route that starts in Botswana and ends in South Africa, with an overnight stop at a private campsite on Mosomane Pan.
If you missed it in our September issue, here’s your chance to download our 48 page Namibia guide book – all you need to know about off-roading in Namibia.
Challenge yourself physically and mentally with one of these five local long-distance hiking trails.
Powered by nature, sailing offers the chance to see South Africa’s coastline from a new perspective. Theresa Lozier spent a day at sea around the Knysna Heads, in the scenic Garden Route.
Since 1998, thousands of hikers have followed this slackpacking trail along South Africa’s Wild Coast. The 54-kilometre trail, which runs over 6 days and 5 nights, takes in a spectacular coastline with overnight stays at Kobb Inn, Mazeppa Bay, Wavecrest, Trennery’s and Morgan Bay.