With Africa Day looming on the horizon, May will be packed with plenty of events to celebrate the essence of Africa and it’s unique offerings.
I am in constant search of ideas, places and moments that expand my optimistic world view. I like to keep my glass half full, especially if it involves wine. I love second-hand bookstores and try rescue at least one second-hand book in almost every town I visit. I seem to be more inclined towards assignments and adventures that tread a thin line between challenging and embarrassing myself. Having recently learnt to ride a bike and swim, you could say I'm on a quest to reclaim the childhood I spent mostly indoors watching Oprah.
While on assignment in the Garden Route, our Welcome Lishivha went SUP boarding and came back with a story and these bloopers.
Tshwane is determined to grow its tourism industry. As the changes unravel and the industry grows, here are 7 ways you can currently explore the city.
Exodus: The Great Migration is a South African-produced virtual reality film so you can feel what it’s like to be in the middle of the Maasai Mara wildebeest migration.
Renowned Jazz musician Thandi Ntuli tells us where to go to find the buzzing energy that’s reviving jazz in Joburg.
Whether you’re looking for a souvenir, inspiring travel books or just want to escape somewhere else from your couch, these top bookstores will inspire.
Here’s our list 21 of some of the most romantic getaways in South Africa – as rated by our accommodation expert (just so you know, they are tried and tested).
What better way to indulge in the remaining summer days than a weekend away at a wine farm. Sip, sleep and wake up to vineyard views in the mountains.
The Northern Cape landscape and its characters are full of life. Here are some of our favourite spots between the West Coast and Augrabies Falls.
There’s a new way to explore Mozambique’s best-loved holiday coastline: by fatbike! We sent a novice cyclist to join the first-ever tour.