One of the best things about a group getaway is that when everyone chips in, it can be really affordable – especially in low season. We’ve found these lovely locations all over South Africa that are perfect for a big group, and they’re all under R400 per person!
There’s nothing like a first-time experience. And when travelling, they’re there for the taking.
Airbnb Australia has come up with a pretty amazing competition, and it looks like it’s pulled directly from our daydreams.
There are over 100 activities at the Knysna Oyster Festival and the 10-day programme is jam-packed with things to do. From oysters to hikes, marathons to canoe polo and bands to comedy shows, here’s my top eight festival-things-to-do.
Travelling at 45 kilometres an hour in a small yellow cart on a red steel pipeline around twists and turns and through flowers and trees with the wind whooshing through your hair has never been so much fun!
When news of weather cold enough to bring snowflakes rang from the radio, I took a chance and went on a road trip to Clarens.
Festivals always cost more money than you think they will, with fuel, accommodation, meals and ticket prices: here are some suggestions for things to do at the Knysna Oyster Festival that won’t break the bank.
Heading to Europe? Then take to the roads in the cheapest way possible – with a European bike share scheme. They’re convenient, affordable and a great way to get to know a city.
Fishing, I’m told, is all about being in the know – and now I know the best spots to snatch up a tiger fish. Coincidentally they happen to live in heavenly places like the Okavango Delta.
This delicious veggie burger, made from roasted cauliflower and spiced with dukkah, is a welcome vegetarian alternative to a grilled black mushroom on a bun.