The question that doesn’t get asked (or answered) enough: why do we want to travel? Ten of the world’s greatest travellers share their wisdom on the subject.
My dream job as web editor and photojournalist at Getaway magazine took me on some incredible adventures, from tracking mountain gorillas in Rwanda, overlanding from Joburg to Malawi in a Mini, trekking in the Namib, missioning around Mauritius and riding elephants in India. As hard as it was to leave, I've now embarked on a freelance writing and digital strategy career (with more travels on the horizon). For more on my latest trips and to get in touch go to www.sarahduff.com. Sarah is also a co founder of Peregrine Magazine - an online travel magazine exploring the 'why' of travel.Follow @sarahduff
Mpumalanga has an abundance of reserves, historic towns and scenic roads peppered with natural landmarks. Here are the most popular things to do.
Many African countries are not known for their gourmet offerings, but Mozambique is one of the exceptions. Five hundred years of Portuguese influence, tropical fruit and plentiful fish and seafood mean that Mozambique is a foodie’s heaven.
If you’ve never been to Turkey before and aren’t thinking of visiting anytime soon, let me try and convince you to book your flight to Istanbul right now.
The best way to explore Robertson this winter: on a savoury food and wine safari with the Robertson Small Hotel.
Delicious food, game viewing from the swimming pool, great guides and amazing wildlife make Thornybush’s Waterside Lodge a perfect bush break.
Here’s where to get your spicy fix in Durban and surrounds (a good curry is worth a drive), in no particular order and as recommended by locals and tested by me.
A delicious macadamia and maple syrup cheesecake recipe from my recent nut safari in Mpumalanga.
Another year of planning and creativity came together in the Karoo desert for AfrikaBurn, the most spectacular, inspiring, mind-blowing festival you could ever go to.
The Flamjangled Tea Party is a magical hippy music festival of costumes, flamboyance, barn dancing and a lot of feathers. Here’s a look at 2013′s festival in photos.