While the N1 will always make your journey go quicker, taking that back road detour might lead you to all kinds of countryside treasure.
Actor and filmmaker Akin Omotoso is better known for tales involving conflict, but soon he’ll release his love story, Tell Me Sweet Something, set in his hometown, Joburg. We spoke to him about the link between travel and inspiration in our February issue.
Villiers Steyn and Tabby Mittins have been to Kruger National Park more than 50 times. This time they had a theory to test: does the ultimate route go from south to north?
What really goes into protecting our rhinos? We tagged along with foot rangers on the front lines of the war against rhino poaching at Somkhanda Game Reserve.
This is not a story about poaching. This is a story about passion and action. Getaway editor Sonya Schoeman pays tribute to the late Dr Ian Player.
The time has arrived for you to reveal the romantic in you, even if only on this one day in the year. Here are 12 things to do with your partner this Valentine’s Day in Gauteng.
Shark-cage diving? Pffft. In this month’s issue of Getaway, our intrepid journalists went exploring the underground playground of some furrier sea creatures. Turns out, snorkelling with seals is a lot of fun.
The highlands of Ethiopia are the stuff of fairy tales, mystical and utterly unexpected. Dale Morris has two exquisite wildlife encounters he’ll never forget for the rest of his life.
Nothing ruins a holiday quicker than a horrid room, no matter how temporary the arrangement. After almost two decades of exploring accommodation on three continents, veteran travel researcher Pippa de Bruyn has worked out a thing or two.
Among sand sculptures of crocs and zebras, small conversations take in big concepts. Darrel Bristow-Bovey strikes up a discussion on a Mombasan beach.