Oh, travellers. Museums are supposed to be places where we connect with history, with art, with reverence. Guess these guys didn’t get the memo.
Trekking out to the Central Kalahari could be one of the most exciting getaways of your life, especially if there is a combination of lodge luxury, desert camping, and quad bike joy rides.
The Mabuasehube Wilderness Trail is a two-day 4×4 route that starts in Botswana and ends in South Africa, with an overnight stop at a private campsite on Mosomane Pan.
Just a three-hour drive from Durban and Johannesburg, Clarens is a charming escape famed for its mountain scenery, quirky art galleries and craft beer.
Hermanus: what happens when an old fishing village turned holiday hotspot embraces the business of whale-watching? Here’s what to do in this burgeoning seaside town.
Thami Manyathi, head of eThekwini Transport Authority, gives us his insights into the gorgeous city of Durban – and when it comes to secret hideaways, he’s got a great recommendation for a quiet break.
We take our camper van to Washington State to experience glaciers, rain forests and fresh seafood in Mount Olympic National Park.
Unless you’ve been living in Gollum’s Cave for the last week, you’ll most likely have seen Air New Zealand’s latest in-flight video. Frankly, I think they’ve gone too far this time.
Within easy reach of Johannesburg, Durban and Bloemfontein, there are a lot of Drakensberg accommodation options that offer great options for family leisure and beautiful mountain views. Here are five of our favourites.
Ditch your hot-water bottle and slippers and warm your belly at these cosy country kitchens around South Africa.