The Johannesburg International Comedy Festival returns for a second take from the 10-12 March 2017 and promises to bring a vibrant vibe in the Braamfontein and Newtown areas. We spoke to 5 comedians who will be taking part about travel.
I love to be immersed in the history of a place and traveling is like opening up a new book, giving me new stories. I have an active imagination, so I enjoy putting myself out there: and besides, no one looks back fondly on a trip to the dentist or the grocery store!
Here is a selection of galleries we have handpicked in Johannesburg for both visitors and locals to visit at least once (in a while) to catch on to the growing artistic wave in this buzzing city of gold.
Food trucks are the best for a snack on the go! Here are 12 that we’ll be keeping an eye on this summer.
If you’re trying to avoid the admin of embassies and Home Affairs, where can you go with a South African passport? These 15 spots are on the top of my list.
Despite the fact that solo female travel presents its own challenges, it’s one of the most rewarding ways to experience new places. Here are some of the places the women of Getaway would love to travel alone – what are yours?
There are so many beautiful eco-lodges around the world. From a tipi forest in New Zealand to an underwater room in Zanzibar, this is my pick of eco-lodges that are as easy on the earth as they are on the eye.
Whether you’re a trance-junkie, a metal head, an indie rocker or electro bopper, there’s no denying that music festivals are a pretty awesome way to spend a weekend. Check out this guide to South Africa’s top music festivals.