Food trucks are the best for a snack on the go! Here are 12 that we’ll be keeping an eye on this summer.
Blog posts: Festivals
Get the latest festival news on everything from beer and music to flowers and food. Looking to get away with like-minded people and lose yourself for a bit? Come on over to the festivals page and find out where the latest and greatest festivals are happening. From music to cheese and beer to flowers there is no doubt that there is a place for you. Get advice on surviving or read about the exploits of some of the more crazy journalists out there.
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.
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.
Festivals always cost more money than you expect: here are some suggestions for places to eat and drink at the Knysna Oyster Festival that won’t break the bank.
Festivals always cost more money than you expect: here are some suggestions for budget accommodation at the Knysna Oyster Festival that won’t break the bank.
My adventures to last year’s MTN Bushfire Festival. Me, my twin sister Nandi, her colleague Dumi, and our pal Silas. Here is what we saw and experienced – one of the best weekends of my life, really.
After being taken over by new organisers, it’s onwards and upwards for the classic KZN music festival – here’s a glimpse into Splashy Fen 2016!
‘Bring your fire’ the saying goes – and they mean it. We travelled to the MTN Bushfire festival in Swaziland last year to witness the burning ourselves.
SA has a growing number of local and international film festivals which take place in the country every year. Here are 19 film festivals in South Africa to take note of.
AfrikaBurn, an annual festival of love and creativity, is attended by free spirits who sometimes bring their families. But how appropriate is it for not-yet-adults? Pippa de Bruyn explores the issue.