Cape Town’s tourism status is under siege. Sonya Schoeman considers the issues.
People often say to me, with tangible resentment, ‘So, you must travel a lot.’ Actually, no. I do not. Mostly, I sit in my office reading about other people’s wonderful journeys and deciding what’s worthy of our Getaway readers. I do believe travel makes people better. Why? Because it’s usually fun, and almost always interesting, and people are just better when they’re having a good time. Not that it’s all about you, reader: I hope this year will take me to Morocco, Madagascar and a whole lot of South Africa. Actually, that sounds like I do travel a lot. But at least I’ll pass my finds on to you.Follow @SonyaSchoeman
We want you to relax. Whether it’s forest bathing, pastry-licking or motorbike-adventuring, the February issue has a couple of ideas for de-stressing.
It’s wild out there. Get a guided tour, meet a cheetah and laze under the stars on this top Klein Karoo escape just three hours from Cape Town.
What would you do if you only had 15 holidays left?
If you love independence and your own schedule, this budget Klein Karoo escape is an opportunity to get out into nature and soak up the sights and sounds.
All binoculars are the same right? Getaway editor ponders the tools of the travel trade and why it’s really worth investing in the best.
Do you remember the moment you first fell in love with nature? Or were you too hungry to concentrate.
As we put together the October issue, it strikes Getaway Editor, Sonya Schoeman, that all our featured travel stories is a worthy contender for her next birthday celebration.
A terrifying moment on the highways of Beirut leads our editor to think about South Africa’s many remarkable assets.
Keep learning new things, says Sonya Schoeman, as she ticks off another first: canoeing in Khayelitsha.