India is a tough country to travel in; particularly if you choose to do it the non-5-star way, as I did, and particularly if you are a caucasian female. May my Surviving India blogs provide you with much needed travel tips for surviving this incredible country.
Caley Van Der Kolk
Having grown up in the heart of Transkei, I have come to know a side of Africa oblivious to so many. My first travel experiences were as a young child exploring the Wild Coast and since then I find myself planning a new travel adventure every day. I hope to live in India for a few years, do a game ranging course, explore Morocco and experience many other travel adventures. In the meantime I am completing my business science marketing degree at UCT and will travel at every opportunity I get!
India can be tough to travel in, particularly if you don’t seek out the help of a tour-guide or partake in an organised tour. These travel tips will help you decide where to go in India and why you should go there.
When two of my most free-spirited hippie friends proposed a trip to Hogsback my first thought was ‘Why the hippie hype around Hogsback?’ I recently visited this oasis in the Eastern Cape and have an answer for you.
A guide to the best places to see wild spring flowers in Namaqualand and on the West Coast.
In the heart of the Wild Coast region lies Qora Mouth, a magnificent estuary, unfrequented by ski boats and jet skis and thus well worth exploring.
Along the Eastern Cape’s Wild Coast lies the untouched estuary of Xora Mouth.
I recently travelled to Bali with three friends. We’re all students, so we had to keep our budget low. Here are some tips for travelling to Bali on a budget that we picked up on our trip.